Contrary to the usual choice of hues for tropical summer setting—floral designs, neon or pastels are the most likely preference for getups. BUM takes on a different route and still aligned to its thrust of motivating the Filipino youth to be ‘stylish’, ‘adventurous’, ‘liberating’, and ‘tactful’ at the same time.
BUM known for its atypical concept in sense and style, it has successfully put together teen stars in Philippine entertainment industry; dominated by two of the largest television networks—the Kapamilya and Kapuso stations—Ella Cruz, Nash Aguas, Jane Oineza, Miguel Tanfelix and Bianca Umali were chosen to represent the brand. These five young stars best reflect how the common youth want to be identified, accepted, and respected as individuals and as groups.
Black Summer Collection offers a unique blend of designs and hues matched with its overarching black theme. It creates varied physical and psychological effects for its intended market—the Filipino youth. Black is being capitalized by BUM because it reflects and communicates—glamour, sophistication, and exclusivity altogether.
In March this year, BUM’s Black Summer Collection debunks the idea of black as conventional, conservative and serious since it is presented in a youthful manner with a refreshing twist in fashion sensibility.
Black Summer Collection is available in all of BUM’s boutiques and leading department stores nationwide. For more information about BUM’s Black Summer, visit www.bumequipment.com.ph or follow us “@officialbumph” on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.