Kultura Made Christmas Themes more Empowering and Festive with their Christmas Market


Kultura is all about promoting local talents and bringing Filipino culture for every one and every nation. And with the best holiday in the country, the way we celebrate Christmas is indeed all about warmth and getting together. That’s why Kultura Filipino came in the picture and launch a Christmas Market in SM Makati to create a harmonious celebration with merry carollers and warmth of handcrafted holiday decor.


Everyone was welcomed by cascading parols, LED-lit capiz cone trees, and ornaments made by artisans using native materials. They delighted in Kultura’s extensive collection of Christmas treasures, with crowd favorites including Pinoy Santa ornaments, iridescent capiz decor, and one-and-done gift sets. Returning to the Christmas Market this year are the popular foldable parols, now with delicate lace appliques.


Guests savored a variety of locally-made beverages, including Arc Gin cocktails and Sabroso’s signature hot tsokolate. Outside Kultura’s store, pop-ups showcased clean beauty products from For Keeps, and unique treats like Manila Cookie Story’s barako and queso de bola cookies, along with healthy snacks like Gourmet Farms’ organically grown lettuce and basil chips. One of the event’s highlights was the personalization service, which runs until the end of October! Embroidery and hot stamping are free with any purchase from a range of Bags in the City products, such as travel cubes, totes, and name tags. Laser engraving on glass and wood to make your gifts extra special is also available on weekends until October 22. As guests enthused, “I’m so inspired to decorate my home!” and “’Love the gift sets; almost done with my list!”


It’s a Season to Gift and Uplift, where every purchase gives back to our loved ones, artisans, and our home, Mother Earth. Shop with purpose at Kultura’s Christmas Market, only until October 31!

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