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Commonwealth Expands With a New Store in Greenbelt 5

The upscale streetwear boutique just opened its second space.
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Commonwealth has been one of the best places to turn to in Metro Manila for the latest and greatest in streetwear and sneakers. They’ve carried brands like Neighborhood, Saturdays NYC, Aimé Leon Dore, Carhartt WIP—upscale clothes that you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere in the city—and have held an exclusive account of rare sneaker releases from Adidas Originals. The store has obviously done well for itself, because after only two years, they’re opening up their second store in Greenbelt 5.

Along with the new store comes a new batch of brands that have been added to their stable: French minimalist essentials from A.P.C., Italian progressive sportswear from Stone Island, and Japanese contemporary streetwear from Denim by Vanquish and Fragment. All feature heavily in their latest lookbook, and will be available at the new store when it opens on Thursday, December 14.



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