What You Might’ve Missed at the Spectrum Fair

On September 17-18 at WhiteSpace, Makati, Spectrum Fair Manila celebrated their first birthday and decided to do it the same way they always do: fun, colorful, and whimsical! Spectrum Fair is a one of its kind indoor-outdoor fair that offers its visitors to shop for an all around variety of food, arts & crafts, clothing, and even travel essentials.There was good music playing by local talent as visitors went around to shop, complete with a lounge area to just stick around after. On top of that, most booths showcased proudly locally made products by innovative minds. It had an especially happy atmosphere because you can feel the pool of energy in the area from the people, the music, and the colorful decor.

Come and take a look at some of our favourites from the Spectrum Fair!

8. Six Chicks

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Six Chicks was literally made by six chicks. Six girls from a barkada who came together to offer everyone
different types of sandwiches – pulled pork, chicken & andalouse sauce, hazelnut & gouda, and more.

They decided to incorporate the Retro theme to their sandwiches, hence the diner colors and even a kick at their menu names:
Porky Town, On the Loose, Groovin TUNA-ight, and Have a GOUDA time

They are always open to invitations!

7. Soak Artisan Soap

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Hand crafted in the Philippines, Soak Artisan Soap was definitely something you couldn’t miss because of the fragrance you catch when you pass by their stall. Their products include: bath bombs, soap macarons, linen spray and soap flavors you won’t see anywhere else! Soaps like, Pineapple Coconut with apricot seeds and Blueberry Cheescake with Honey and Cranberry Seed, to name a few. To top it off, their products are natural, plant based, and cruelty free.

Where you can get it:  2nd floor at The Podium or at soakartisansoap.com

6. The Bald Baker

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Photos from @thebaldbakerph

All of his baked goods are homemade and mixed in small batches, made from the utmost love and passion from this guy, (on the left) Cy Ynares. With his love for baking, he makes his products all made, shaped, chilled, baked and packed by hand. No wonder why these cookies tasted so special. He even made his own Birthday Cake cookie just for Spectrum’s first birthday! His other cookie flavors with its own special textures include: Milo Dinosaur, Compost Cookie, Choco Chocollow, Salted Caramel and White Chocolate Cranberry Oatmeal Cookie.

Where you can get it: http://www.thebaldbakerph.com/

5. Jurassic Pot

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“Genetically engineered hybrid of SUCCULENT and DINOSAUR, guaranteed to make a RAWRING statement on your tabletop!”

Jurassic Pot just launched their first store in Greenbelt 5 in The Craft Central. Where else can you see this funky thing? Cacti and other succulent leaves are planted on T-Rex’s, Apatosaurus’, and Styracosaurus in different colors.  Your room will definitely make a statement if you get yourself one of these!

Where you can get it: 3rd floor of Greenbelt 3

4. Pottly n Tubby

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Plotty N Tubby was definitely something you couldn’t have missed if you went to the Spectrum Fair. Their delightful booth in the corner offers  handmade products for little ones. Teepees and Tents, bean bags, decorative pillows, sleeping bags, and others that will make your children sleep like a baby.

Where you can find them: http://www.pottlyntubby.com

3. Skinny Dips

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Robin Nievera, the owner of Skinny Dips, definitely knows how to tickle your tastebuds.  Skinny Dips offers deadly but oh so irresistible chicken skin sandwiches and dips. They have offer their new sinigang cream cheese dip and have curry and kare-kare dip as well. Their unique food combinations should keep you coming back for more.

They do not have a location yet but check them out here: @skinnydipsph

2. Plop!

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Plop offers the finest quality outdoor, travel goods and accessories that reflect their own passion for travelling. They have inflatable couches in different colors you can choose from. You can use this couch whether to casually lie down on the beach or float on the pool.

Where you can get it: https://www.plopsupply.com/

1. Juansie Manila

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Ever dreamed of becoming a Unicorn or Charmander? Look AND feel good with their fun onesie costumes. They have attracted a market who love all things cute and comfy.

Where you can get it (starting next week): UP Town Center Katipunan, Trinoma, Power Plant and Glorietta / http://www.juansiemanila.com/

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