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March 29, 2014

#ComeJointheCaravan La Isla Fete Lifestyle Market on April 5

Just before we officially say hello to Summer, and pack our totes with tropical essentials, let's have a quick visit to this lush market place and shopping haven - The Caravan: La Isla Fete.




The market features an eclectic mix of carefully chosen brands in Fashion, Beauty, and Home, Shop in Featuring Filip + Inna, Quiver, Brown Belly, Two Chic, Myth, Thread365, Bensimon, Praiaz, K Way, Butter London, Cbeauty Universal Beauty Oil, The Urban Alchemists, Sparrow, Kiele, Kotur, Lagu, Renegade Folk, Rivieras, Saxum, Lustre, Melograno, Stockton Row, Nicole Whisenhunt, Sam Cologne – Azul, NCLA, VINO2G0, Tilka, Naked Sun Swimwear, and more!

Click Read More to see samples of items on sale!



To give you a sneak peek of what you can buy from the bazaar - check out this J&C Super Clean Solutions Make-up Brush Set Cleaner. This seems like an essential to all make-up lovers!

Sample Room gave away samples of this!
Php 395

J&C Super Clean Solutions is a specialized make-up brush cleaner that removes all traces of dirt and grime. Effective and long-lasting with a  fresh spearmint scent it's the perfect essential to add to any make-up kit.

Now, this is a must-bring when traveling! Kiele Anti-Mosquito cologne combines a refreshing scent with essential Citronella and Neem oils to keep those pesky insects at bay.


Php 199


More interesting products at the caravan! #ComeJointheCarvan and check out Kiele and J&C Super Clean Solutions on April 5, Saturday from 10 AM to 7 PM at W17 La Fuerza Compound, 2241 Chino Roces Ave., Makati City, Philippines.

Join the fun and see more information here.



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