The CompanY showcases Fiipino indigenous fabric on stage. Credits to The CompanY.

Asia’s premiere vocal harmony group from the Philippines, The CompanY, was seen wearing T’nalak of the T’boli indigenous peoples during their performance at the Century Park Hotel Manila in April.

Composed of the members Moy Ortiz, Annie Quintos, Cecile Bautista, Sweet Plantado, and Oj Mariano, the CompanY singers performed wearing the T’nalak ensemble of the T’boli tribe of Mindanao.

On their Facebook account The CompanY honored the tribe’s work by posting their picture wearing the Philippine woven clothes that they purchased during the T’nalak Festival in South Cotabato back in 2018, the annual festival that serves as commemoration event for the foundation Anniversary of the dynamic South Cotabato province and features its peoples’ cultures.

The varied cultures of indigenous peoples from the Philippines have been a fashion favorite more recently like the Ifugao fabric which was on the runway during the Eiffel Tower’s Paris Fashion Week.

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