Taking cues from Bratpack for the next year
There are some 10-odd days left in the year, and we’re starting to feel it. That sluggish feeling of getting any work done, going through the motions before the government-mandated days off—we know them all too well. But in the midst of all the calming down, Bratpack is inviting us to continue to Press Play.
Consistently at the forefront of creation and the celebration of youthful playfulness, Bratpack is inviting everyone to take part of its Press Play Campaign. With the Play Fest Event filled with music performances, displays, exclusive merch, live art corners and even a Pacman game, the challenge is to live and take ownership of what’s uniquely ours. After all, this year also marks the 25th year of Bratpack.
Front and center were collections from international and local brands, such as Hydro flask, Herschel, Birkenstock, DBTK (Don’t Blame The Kids), SNK ATK, Coziest, Secret Fresh, Skoop and 0917. Gracing the stage were musicians Amiel Aban and DENŸ, as well as an open forum with local creators who champion style and creativity. There was a display of rare toys from Toy Art Philippines, as well as a Mitchell and Ness Tournament for everyone in attendance to enjoy, compete in and (hopefully) win. Tita Keks and Bryan Yabut were on location, too, to offer customized art designs for Hydro Flasks and Birkenstock pairs, respectively.
After years of online connections, it’s the time to finally (but responsibly) Press Play on-ground.
Art Matthew Ian Fetalver