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Evolution continues at 52nd Manila F.A.M.E. International
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After more than two decades of being Asia's best design destination and creating a buzz in the design world, Manila F.A.M.E. International continues its evolution as Asia's Boutique Show. More than just an exhibition for home and fashion lifestyle merchandises, Manila F.A.M.E. provides buyers and visitors a wide range of selection of the finest and the best from the show's exhibitors. With each product category a cut above the rest, Manila F.A.M.E International is indeed Asia's Boutique Show.

“Manila F.A.M.E. International's strength and differentiation lie in the unique creativity and ingenuity of the products featured in the show. Being a show that banks on the originality and creativity of product designs, it is but fitting for us to continue our repositioning to be a bigger and better show, and subsequently, become known as the only Boutique Show to must-visit in Asia,” said Ma. Lourdes D. Mediran, Executive Director of the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions, an attached agency of the Department of Trade and Industry, and organizer of Manila F.A.M.E. International.

As a new chapter for Manila F.A.M.E. continues to unfold, the bi-annual trade show will feature a bigger and more focused show, this October 18-21, as Manila F.A.M.E. showcases the Philippines' finest products through its four hall locations such as the World Trade Center Metro Manila (WTCMM), World Trade Center (WTC) Pavilion, Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC).

With the new concept of the show as Asia's Boutique Show, a refreshing look will bring exciting facets to the event as it features the Boutique Hall showcasing the top creative professionals and home grown brands of the country's top names in home, fashion, design, and visual art industries. Manila F.A.M.E. International will also highlight the Furniture Hall where the Philippines' leading furniture manufacturers from the country's production centers—Manila, Pampanga and Cebu—come together to display their latest collections under one roof.

With its trademark of being the country's trade show for top-notch artistry and craftsmanship, buyers and guests can expect more of the extraordinary and unique offerings from this edition of Manila F.A.M.E. International. Repositioned as a Boutique Show, this trade fair gives buyers and visitors the utmost convenience by providing the white-glove assistance services as an added feature of its enhanced buyer services program.

For 27 years now, Manila F.A.M.E. International continues to become a popular destination for best designs in home and fashion lifestyle products in Asia. Constantly reinventing and always providing buyers a unique sourcing experience through the highly exceptional creative products and avant-garde merchandise of the show's exhibitors, Manila F.A.M.E. became and still the favorite sourcing destination of famous brands such as Armani Casa, Harrods, Zara, El Corte Ingles, Neiman Marcus, Pottery Barn, Tangs, and Papaya.


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