Bloggers United Bazaar 6 at the World Trade Center!

No introduction needed you all know what this is about, this is the 6th of the many more to come where all your favorite fashion bloggers (celebrity and non-celebrity) will be there to sell their precious stuff. Yay! Please don’t forget to bring a stuff toy for donation for the kids that survived the wrath of the typhoon Yolanda will be turned over to the Philippine Red Cross Youth. Don’t forget to donate to the Habitat for Humanity too, they will be there too, they will help build the homes destroyed by the calamity and help build lives.

When:  DECEMBER 7, 2013
Time 10am to 10pm

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Top Bloggers Unite at the 13th World Bazaar Festival

When a group of top fashion bloggers unite for the country’s grandest holiday bazaar, one can expect nothing but a shopping experience that is more fun, engaging, and personal, as evidenced by the recent successes of blogger bazaars in the country.

This year, the 13th World Bazaar Festival (WBF), running from December 6 to 22 at the World Trade Center and undoubtedly, the country’s biggest and most- awaited Christmas charity shopping event, proves this true as it once again partners with “Bloggers United 6,” a team that showcases the country’s top entrepreneur bloggers, on December 7 at the World Trade Center (WTC) in Pasay City.

“The thing that makes Blogger Bazaars special is the experience it gives to our shoppers. This is why we invited Bloggers United back for the 13th installment of World Bazaar Festival,” said JR Ang, marketing director of leading events organizer Worldbex Services International.

He added, “The event will bridge influential bloggers with their loyal readers and blog friends, so expect hours and hours of picture taking, bonding, and shopping in a wide array of fashionable items and collectibles.”

The event, which will occupy the second floor of WTC, will serve as the 6th official installment of Bloggers United and will feature fashion royalties in the blogosphere, including the likes of Divine Lee, Camille Co, Laureen Uy, Kryz Uy, Maggie Wilson and Dani Barretto, among others.

Founded in 2011, Bloggers United has continuously influenced the online Filipino community through its efforts of promoting beauty, fashion, and style through a series of bloggers bazaar in Metro Manila.

With its recent collaboration with World Bazaar Festival, “Bloggers United” is expected to gain bigger audience and market share, while giving back to the community, as part of the proceeds of WBF will be donated to ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc.

Bloggers United 6 is a pocket event of the 13th World Bazaar Festival. The bazaar will run from December 6 to 22 at the World Trade Center for the benefit of the ABS CBN Foundation Inc. Doors open from 12nn to 10pm Monday to Thursday and 10am to 12mn Friday to Sunday. For more information, follow its Instagram page @worldbazaar for ticket giveaways and updates.

Facebook: Twitter: @worldbex #worldbazaarph Instagram: @worldbazaar

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Official Hashtag: #BU5

In Partnership with: World Bazaar Festival

CO-PRESENTERS Paktor Banana Peel Contigo Tomato Instax Kotex NAVA


MINOR SPONSORS Fly Shades YSA Meister Nice Day Coffee Glutamax

MEDIA SPONSORS ETC Madhouse Manila ABS-CBN Publishing, Inc. Chalk Magazine MEG MegaStyle.PH Metro Magazine Spot.PH Status Magazine TheMall.PH

I won’t be there though, first time I won’t be attending because I’m going to Macau. But I can give away 5pairs of tickets to the bazaar. Just leave a comment here if you want. First 5 gets it. Super thank you to World Bazaar Festival for sponsoring our venue. And to the many sponsors for the event. Will update when I get the complete list. Thank You.

Stay gorgeous everyone!

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