Macanne Group, We.Hrvst Lifestyle and Sovereign Society's mother company was not spared at all by the consequences and struggles brought by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Most startup companies around the globe struggle to cope with the pandemic, Macanne Group or MGC suffers the same.
It has been 5 months since Sovereign Society™ launched and broke away with We.Hrvst Lifestyle's niche with the objective to uproot local creatives and give them the nudge and exposure they truly deserve.
As part of Macanne Group of Creatives Limited's 2020 initiative, is a launch of another flagship brand that emerges from the local street culture scene-Sovereign Society™. The brand launched under the radar last Monday, 25 May, 2020 (+8:00GMT) with a nothing-fancy social media post and bumpers.
Filipinos are proven to be creative in so many ways, and there are a lot of Filipinos that made a name in the local and global music scene like Apl.de.ap, Danny Brown, and Manila Grey to name a few. With the local hip-hop scene running currently on the right track and continues to grow, here's a list of some artists that made our playlist for this month.
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For eight years, Macanne Group (formerly We.Hrvst Lifestyle Blog) has been promoting the independent urban culture not only in their home country, the Philippines but also in other parts of world, and it's about time for this project to be carried out by a standalone brand that aims to immerse its consumers into a more in-depth experience of the growing niche.
It could've been dreadful for some, that they have to sacrifice tons of promising clients because of the preventive measures that the government is currently exposing, but Macanne Limited is very persistent that they will continue to move with the flow of the current situation.
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Even despite COVID-19 putting a damper on the sneaker releases so far, there are still many a standout to look forward to in 2020’s roster of Jordan releases.
Since she came onto the scene in 2017, Yaeji has consistently drawn on her creative community to shape her look and sound with references to her Korean roots that are sometimes subtle, sometimes more overt.