Studio Sug Presents Loungewear With A Cultural Twist In Their New Pop-Up Store

Studio Sug Presents Loungewear With A Cultural Twist In Their New Pop-Up Store


Recently opening their first solo pop up store, Studio Sug displays their loungewear that has a cultural twist.

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Cooping up in your home space for almost 3 years can make huge changes to your lifestyle. It’s the little things such as working comfortably in your pajamas, minimizing your everyday essentials to put in your bag, or mixing your loungewear with your casuals. As we slowly transition into the new ways of living, there’s no shame in bringing your comfort to the streets. And for those who are on the lookout for local pieces they can add to their loungewear collection, Studio Sug has what you need. 

Founded by Bea Constantino, Studio Sug is the shop for the local pieces your heart desires. From baggy and comfy pants to one-of-a-kind bespoke jackets you can customize, it’s a celebration of Slow Tropical Living once you walk the streets in one of their pieces. 

Having their first solo pop-up store opened at the second floor of Powerplant Mall, they were also able to launch their newest collection, Anuling. Their much-loved Datu set was displayed with new fabrics, colorways, and the Yakan weaves made from the communities in Basilan. It’s a little sneak peek of what the Studio has in store for you.

Featuring the Dala bags that are made of linen, sure to fit your everyday essentials, and the Gather pants in stretch satin twill and cargo pockets made of Hablon textile from the Negros region— it’s the perfect time to bring culture and loungewear to the streets with Studio Sug.

Visit their store at the second floor of Powerplant Mall. Learn more about Studio Sug on their Instagram.

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