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There are a dozen of new tailored Tagalog, each worth P6,500 and design of a 42-year-old tailor it, the choices of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte for use in his inaugural address on Thursday.

In an interview with the author yesterday, said Bonie Adaza, designers Chardin, who each have 12 Barong unique embroidery designs taken from the unique patterns of clothing tribes in Mindanao.

"What we are preparing are customized embroidery. It has a touch Mindanaons for the reason that we will showcase where we are from, and to show that we are proud Mindanaons, "said Adaza.

Adaza said that since 2009 he designs the Barong for Duterte but this is the first time he used the ethnic cultures of Mindanao in its design.

Specified pass the design simplicity of Duterte said Adaza that took him a day to designing every one of the Barong, with the help of fellow designer Chard Pulache.

At a press conference Wednesday, said the camp's Duterte-known for refusing to wear a pretentious and itchy clothes that do not want the next president to have any vivid colors in his Barong.

Thus, the fabric used for the Typhoon is synthetic fiber jusi, while pure cotton pants were a 72-year-old mayor of Davao City in the past 22 years.

Six of the 12 pairs of Barong have been delivered to Duterte, while completing the six others, according to Adaza.

Earlier said incoming Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Martin Andanar that brief moment to be the only confrontation between the President and Duterte on Thursday, and the ceremony will start at 10:00 am.

After the oath of office at noon at the Rizal Hall of Malaca├▒ang Palace, expected magtatalumpati Duterte and then led the mass oath taking of the members of his Cabinet and to deal with members of the diplomatic community, according to Andanar.



Source: Rody Duterte

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