Hanging out at the mall is a Filipino pastime. The centralized air conditioning and the variety of shops is pretty difficult to resist. That’s why Estancia mall is upping its selection of boutiques with fresh concepts and international brands to keep customers on their toes.
Here are 4 new places in Estancia mall that you definitely need to check out.
The Study by Enderun Colleges
2nd Floor, South Wing
While working at home feels and sounds like an ideal set-up, admittedly it is often times counter-productive, no thanks to the endless distractions that’s within your reach. Coffee shops are also no better because of the hustle and bustle of baristas, titos and titas, and students.
If you need a place to get things done, your best bet is to head to a workspace. And that’s what The Study is all about and more!
The Study is operated by Enderun Colleges. It was established in 2015 and it has encouraged and preceded young entrepreneurs to start their own business through a variety of workshops, short courses, and conferences.
Their newest branch in Estancia is more inclined in providing effective work solutions for increased productivity. The Study Estancia has spacious coworking spaces with a wide array of inclusions like high speed internet, concierge services, discounts at partner establishments and more. They also host regular networking events and mentorship from industry experts which cultivates a collaborative environment for its patrons.
The Study is all about making their clients succeed, and with these benefits at your disposal, that is a guarantee.
Second Floor, North Wing
Fino knows all about humble beginnings. The brand started as a Christmas bazaar stall in the early 90s because owner Rose Ann Bautista’s now-husband needed personal items like a briefcase and an agenda for medical school.
The couple commissioned a leather furniture maker to produce their very first line of products: a folio, a wallet, a checkbook holder, a pen case, and an agenda. Now, the brand has expanded with a ladies’ line to keep up with the ever-changing consumer trend. They now carry laptop sleeves, handbags, coin purses and more in an array of different colors.
While traditional brick and mortar stores have taken a step back in the consumer space, seeing the product itself, touching, feeling the material, sometimes even sniffing the leather is all part of the Fino experience.
Second Floor, North Wing
Daniel Hechter was first established in 1962 Paris where his boutique became known for sporty casual wear. The designer is often referred to as the inventor of ready-to-wear or prêt-à-porter. His goal was to cater wearable, high-quality, creative fashion to a wide range of consumer groups.
Here’s a little fun fact: did you know that former French actress Brigitte Bardot helped launch his brand to fame when she wore one of his outfits in the romantic comedy movie La Parisienne?
Decades later, Daniel Hechter has expanded internationally with over 600 boutiques all over the world. It never lost track of the sleek, sophisticated, and contemporary flair Parisians are known for.
Lower Ground Floor, North Wing
Yes, there’s another Korean barbeque place in town! Cchochi Cchochi has authentic Korean skewers, premium meat cuts, and tasty side dishes you won’t find at your typical samgyup place!
Enjoy japchae, galbi, bibimbap, plus other Korean favorites! Trust us, it’s bound to be your new go-to.
Estancia is part of Ortigas & Company, one of the pioneers in the Philippine real estate landscape. To learn more about the malls in Ortigas and other attractions that Estancia has to offer, feel free to read more at the Ortigas Malls website.