Rusty Lopez, and its sister company, Centropelle are one of my favorite local shoe brands. I remember back in College, I have a couple of shoes from these brands that I use when my Kickers are having a break. The reason why I love these brands is simply, they have my shoe size (yeah, tall woman with big feet problem!).
When I started working and more international brands have opened in Manila, I have forgotten my old loves. I am glad that Centropelle is back in the game, now with a new re-energized brand with stylish and affordable shoes, say hello to CNTRO!
C’NTRO mainly caters to students and young professionals. Imagine girls who are fresh graduates and saying hello to the corporate world. It is a must that they include a good pair of shoes that can take them to business meetings, parties and red carpet events!
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CNTRO opened its fourth store in Fairview Terraces, and C’NTRO girls, Jef Gaitan and Dianne Medina were there. Other personalities who also wears C’NTRO includes Bela Padilla, Karel Marquez, Eda Nolan, Arci Munoz, Meg Imperial, Glaiza De Castro, Wyn Marquez, Yassi Pressman, Dawn Zulueta, DJ Cha Cha, Max Collins, Chyna Ortaleza, Kylie Padilla, and Mayton Eugenio.
C’NTRO is easily accessible to the market. Currently present in 29 leading department stores nationwide and four (4) boutiques: Ayala Fairview Terraces, KCC Gensan, Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall and Mart One Vigan.
If you are wondering about the price range? C’NTRO is very affordable to the young urban professionals and students who are just building their wardrobe. Aside from shoes, C’NTRO also elegant and stylish wallets and bags.