With a fresh approach to modern power dressing, Comme Çi sets the new standard for luxury.
If there’s one word that adequately construes Comme Çi, it would be “cool”. The brainchild of designer, Nicole Whisenhunt redefines luxury retail with their distinct approach to curated selections—putting the spotlight on up and coming designers and under the radar brands. Despite being a newcomer to the retail scene, it’s not farfetched to say that Comme Çi is already changing the game. Attached with an elegant, modernistic disposition, the brand prides itself on having the most discerning edit featuring pieces from Asian brands; bringing their characteristic flair for style that stands out from the rest.
Hailing from Thailand, unique labels like Matter Makers, Realistic Situation, and Rotsaniyom take center stage on exhibiting Thai fashion’s prowess—creating threads that are genderless, unique, and accompanied by a progressive attitude, while tradition is twisted by Disaya’s artful pieces.
Singaporean label, Stolen is an ode to feminine allure with its structured designs, incorporating a great contrast from the aforementioned designers and their individualistic street sensibilities. Of course, local high fashion won’t be left out of the picture with renowned sartorial artisans Mark Bumgarner and Gian Romano at the frontlines, along with Filip + Inna intertwining the traditional and contemporary with their timeless clothing.
All of these are housed in Comme Çi’s sleek space, sporting their signature sense of chic manifested through a smart combination of modern minimalism and trendiness. The assortments are diverse enough to cater to both feminine tastes and dashes of menswear panache, intrinsically eliminating the restriction of dressing. When it comes to style, Comme Çi is entrenching the new standards of creativity for the local retail sphere and ultimately taking prêt-à-porter fashion to new heights.
Comme Çi is located at the 2nd level of Power Plant Mall in Makati City.