Natori now in the Philippines

Natori is now available in the Philippines! This November, Josie Natori, the designer responsible for the wildly successful Natori line, and Nedy Tantoco, the president of Rustan Commercial Corporation, bring us Natori in the Philippines.

Natori at Rustan’s is actually the only boutique thus far that has set up camp outside the United States. Josie Natori is quite happy to make the Philippines the very first non-U.S. flagship of the Natori brand.

The Natori collection is actually a myriad of fashion ideas from both Asian and Western influences. Natori provides both RTW and luxurios lines, while also providing bedsheets and perfumes.

Almost forty years back, Josie Natori sold lingerie in the U.S. Together with her husband, they started a fashion house, now known as the lifestyle go-to brand, Natori.

In the United States, Natori is available at Sak’s and also at Neiman Marcus. Many Natori fans love the brand for its wonderful lounge wear, made of wonderful fabrics like silk. The design allows for a lot of room, hiding all unwanted bulges. This way, Natori lounge wear actually provides both style and comfort.

Another plus factor is that Natori provides the Philippines with the same collection as abroad, at just 90 percent of the actual overseas prices! Natori’s A/W 2011 line draws inspiration from Japanese Samurai fashion.

Although Rustan’s only offers Natori lounge wear and lingerie for now, their RTW will soon be available, too.

Take a look at several of Natori’s ensembles below.


Caftan (made of charmeuse and silk), with bead detailing, worth PhP100,000



Robe (made of silk and habotai or chinese silk)



Caftan (made from silk and habotai, also known as chinese silk) worth PhP69,500



Pyjamas made of micro satin, bold prints, worth PhP7450



Caftan, made of charmeuse, worth PhP9,500
Tunic Pyjamas, also made of charmeuse, worth PhP8,950



Caftan, made of charmeuse, worth PhP9,500



Chemise, worth PhP12,500



Maxi dress with belt (made of natural cord and mother of pearl)

Natori is now in the Philippines, so what are you waiting for? Drop by Rustan’s and take a look at the rest of their autumn collection!


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