Vice President and Training Secretary Sara Duterte-Carpio attended the opening of the nineteenth Congress carrying a standard Bagobo Tagabawa gown.
Palace Press Secretary Rose Beatrix “Trixie” Cruz-Angeles remarked that the present style on the SONA 2022 is supposed to “to revive the standard industries and provides our designers a venue for the expression of their creativity”
Senator Loren Legarda wore a standard outfit. Legarda, a recognized supporter of Philippine fiber, and native textiles, donned a greater than two-decade previous Patis Tesoro kimona manufactured from piña, which she had even earlier than changing into a senator. She paired it with a sublime handwoven pinya seda with conventional hand-embroidered full callado with alsado multipurpose tapis.
Sen. Nancy Binay wore a standard Filipiniana terno by native designer Randy Ortiz for the opening of the nineteenth Congress. The terno options all-piña cloth from Aklan. Binay touted the significance of supporting and selling native materials.
Whereas nearly all of the senators wore barong tagalog, actor-turned politician Sen. Robin Padilla yesterday paid homage to tradition of Mindanao and wore an apparel manufactured from positive Inaul cloth woven by the Maranaos of Mindanao.
Sen. Pia Cayetano wore a woven terno. Her crimson and inexperienced outfit is designed by Cebuano designer O.J. Hoffer. Senator Imee Marcos described her outfit as “agir na agri, parang nagbabayo, parang ang lupit ng bunay ng pagsasaka. For the SONA, she wore a robe.
Sen. Grace Poe arrived in a traditional terno handwoven by the Sabanga Onable wovers by the T’boli tribe of Lake Sebu. Senator Risa Hontiveros wore a contemporary tackle the standard baro’t saya made out of Aklan Piña cloth and hand-embroidered in Lumban, Laguna.
Leyte 1st District Rep. Martin G. Romualdez wore a local design-inspired barong on Monday when he was elected because the twenty fourth Speaker of the Home of Representatives. Movie star designer Avel Bacudio designed Romualdez’s barong,. With Maricel V. Cruz and Macon Ramos-Araneta