Marian Rivera made a noise with the shoppers in Kultura Filipino when she was travelled there just recently.
The buyers were overwhelmed because they did not think they would see the Super Ma’am star in person.
Kultura Filipino is one of Yan Yan’s endorsements and their products are her favorite to use. She pairs the clothing items with her other imported brands since Kultura doesn’t have exact rules as an endorser.
Of course, Yan was welcoming of everyone who wanted to take selfies with her. Also part of the proceeds of the items purchased will be directed to Marian’s advocacy to help children with disabilities
Marian partnered with local luxury retail and goods brand Kultura to make Mission No. 1 happen. “Kapag bumili ang tao ng mga damit sa Kultura parts ng proceeds ay mapupunta sa mga bata.”
[When you buy clothes from Kultura, parts of the proceeds will go to the children.]
She added, “Passion ko talaga tulungan ang mga bata maibalik ang mga ngiti nila. Three years na rin ako abala rito and maganda na sa ganitong paraan nakaka-raise ako ng awareness.”
[It’s really my passion to help kids. I have been doing it for three years and it’s great that I can raise awareness through this.]
Marian signed a 15-month contract with the proudly Filipino label Kultura, which includes her participation in designing a number of collections—bringing out Mission No. 2.
“Balak ko sana pearls muna and then saka na sa damit,” she explained, at the same time allowing her followers to make sense of Instagram feed, which now seems dedicated to Filipino fashion.
[I plan to design pearls first and then soon clothes.]
She also posted an Instagram photo of she and her daughter twinning in Kultura clothes.
“Alam mo mas nakaka-proud din kasi na magsuot ng gawang Pinoy. Talagang natuwa ako at gusto ko ipagmalaki sa mundo at sa followers ko na ang gawang Pinoy ay puno ng quality at matibay. Natutuwa rin ang anak ko. Ang ganda diba?”
[It makes me proud to wear Filipino-made clothes. I am happy and I want to shout to the world and to my followers that Pinoy-made is high-quality and sturdy. My daughter is also happy. It’s beautiful, isn’t it?]