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THE EVERYDAY BARONG TAGALOG

represent our culture on a more day-to-day basis
Jeri stands in front of a silver staircase in the Seattle Public Library. She stands to the right and wears a dress length hand embroidered cocoon Barong Tagalog

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Custom and Bespoke Barongs

Have a unique customization or design for a barong other than what's in our current offerings? We can help make your custom or bespoke barong.

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Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.5: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.5: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Reposted from our social media. We look at and discuss Charles Wirgman’s illustration Cock-Fighting at Manilla (1857), his narrative of cockfighting culture, the subjects of this drawing and their barongs and other clothing and accessories.
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.4: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.4: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Reposted from our social media. We look at and discuss the illustration “Soirée Musicale” at Manilla (1857) from Charles Wirgman and the Filipino subject in his Barong Tagalog and his Chinese companions.
Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.3: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Journey of the Barong Tagalog, Addendum Part 11.3: 19th Century English Artist Illustrations of Life in the Philippines

Reposted from our social media. We discuss the life of British artist and journalist Charles Wirgman and his work with the Illustrated London News. We also look at and talk about his illustration Bargaining for Horses in Calamba (1857), the western and Filipino subjects of this work, and how they are dressed in Barong Tagalog and other garments and accessories.