Stylishly step into adventures with Freedom Moses and Doughnut’s latest collections
We all know that when summer rolls in, the adventures follow. Whether it’s soaking in the sun by the beach or trekking up trails to the highest peaks, this season gives us the chance to do what we want and live our best lives. Enter Doughnut and Freedom Moses, two global lifestyle brands that offer comfortable and well-designed bags and footwear for adventurers who want to look great and stylish while doing so.
Summer accessories to keep close
This summer, Doughnut brings a series of bags through the Happy Camper collection, where neutrals and blues bring clean and crisp designs for more versatile pieces. Plus, the bags come with adjustable straps and water-repellent materials for worry-free use anytime, anywhere. To align with their responsible commitment to sustainability, the brand utilized recycled apple-peel skins and upcycled deadstock fabric for the vegan leather trimmings.
Left to right: Doughnut Macaroon Tiny Earth Tone Series Washed Denim x Nautical, Doughnut Colorado Happy Camper Series Lake, Doughnut Macaroon Tiny Fluffy Series Cream x Blue Lotus
Known for their comfortable footwear, Freedom Moses’ summer collection features colorful slides that are recyclable, vegan, cruelty-free, lightweight and best for everyday use. Their designs transcend age, gender and time, offering anyone and everyone a pair of slides that fit their tastes. This summer, the brand highlights the Magic Chill collection, identified by its funky and trippy designs for a colorful season under the sun. Whether you’re exploring a new city, kicking it back by the shore or hiking to explore new views, Freedom Moses slides are the best companions to wear.
Left to right: Freedom Moses slides in Ziggy Chai, Freedom Moses slides in Aloha Hydra and Freedom Moses slides in Penny Lane Stone
Styling tips from the Summer Chill Camp
Who says you can’t look great and stylish while embarking on a great adventure? To show the world that it’s possible, Doughnut and Freedom Moses took a handful of adventurers to a glamping experience in El Nido, Palawan. From island hopping to town explorations, Cha Ocampo, Justin Dizon, Christian Tiu and Jeff and Rhea Ong got to take these items out for a test drive and wear them according to their individual styles.
Monochromatic summer dressing is in, which means matching your tops, bottoms and even accessories in the same shades of one color. Just take a look at Cha Ocampo’s hike-ready outfit and Rhea Ong’s by-the-beach look—black and blue never felt so perfect for the summer until now.
Left to right: Cha Ocampo and Rhea Ong at the Summer Chill Camp
Meanwhile, accessories are the perfect sidekick to adding contrasting elements to a no-frills outfit. Two-toned outfits with light neutrals make the perfect, eye-catching ensemble. Use your accessories to provide balance, as seen on Christian Tiu, or add contrast as seen on Justin Dizon. But you can use them to achieve both at the same time, as worn by Jeff Ong.
Left to right: Christian Tiu, Justin Dizon and Jeff Ong at the Summer Chill Camp
We’ve still got a lot more time within the summer, so head on over to Doughnut and Freedom Moses to discover more stylish sidekicks for the season.
Discover the newest collection of Doughnut Bags in stores located at Glorietta 3, SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, SM Seaside, TriNoma, Ayala Malls Manila Bay, U.P. Town Center, Ayala Malls Central Bloc; and Rustan’s Makati, Shangri-La, Alabang Town Center and Cebu. Check out the full list of stores or order online at www.doughnutphilippines.com. Doughnut is also available on LazMall and Shopee Mall. Follow @doughnutofficial_ph on Instagram and @doughnutofficial.ph on Facebook.
Find Freedom Moses in its standalone store TriNoma; The Playground in TriNoma, Shangri-La Plaza, and Robinsons Magnolia; and Rustan’s Alabang Town Center, Makati, Shangri-La Plaza and Cebu. Check out the full list of stores or order online at www.freedomoses.com.ph. Follow @freedom_moses_philippines on Instagram and @FreedoMoses.ph on Facebook.
Art Matthew Ian Fetalver