A story about the most famous of the Filipino textiles
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Ligaya Fernando-Amilbangsa, a Ramon Magsaysay Awardee, on the many uses of the malong. Marikina
Ramon N. Villegas. Makati City, Philippines.
Ma. Elizabeth "Mariles" L. Gustilo
Senior Director, Arts & Culture
Curated by Kenneth Esguerra
Research by Aprille Tijam and Tenten Mina
Design by Alezza Buenviaje
Photos by Jaime Martinez
IT Support by Arwin Ayson
Featured malongs are from the Ayala Museum Collection, the donation of Mercedes Zobel, and the Ramon Villegas Collection.
© Ayala Foundation, Inc., 2016