PADAYON in Cebuano means, “to continue.” Products from the label are made using hablon fabrics from the women weaver’s coop in Argao. Known as Hablon sa Cebu, these weaves are reimagined into Asian contemporary malongs or wraparound skirts via new color ways and striped details, which were developed with Holicow’s Debbie Palao. They have also re-worked fabrics into chic, utilitarian, reversible and washable shopper slings and box bags, ideal for dressing and braving a new world order in style. Some materials used by PADAYON are dead stock, as a means for reducing waste. Customized weaves, made exclusively for the brand, also help to support livelihood for communities. In staying true to a conscious supply chain, PADAYON also utilizes scrap fabrics as materials for hair ties and pouches.