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Those of you who know me may have been wondering, “where are the clotheslines?” They are everywhere in the Philippines, but these are the most beautiful I have seen. They are BARYO clothes, made by our Wardrobe Dep and then “aged”. You see them here drying by Wardrobe’s aging station at Ladaga Inn.If you look closely you’ll see intentional stains.


These are “camisons”, the underslips for all the Filipino background extras. I think they have just been dyed in strong tea.

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