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Dalaga co-owner Michelle Mangiliman has just designed a limited-edition collection of jewelry, inspired by myths of the Philippines and childhood fairy tales. Items in the 12-piece line are all modestly priced between $30 and $130, with every dollar going to a good cause.
Through December 31st, Dalaga will donate 100% of the profits from the collection to Advancement for Rural Kids, a non-profit focused on improving education and health of kids in impoverished rural communities in developing countries. (After the New Year, a portion of the proceeds will continue to go to the group.)
The Dalaga sisters also produced a line of greeting cards ($4 each), some of which include old family photos currently hanging on the walls at both the Nolita and Greenpoint stores. Head here for a peek at those.
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