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Cristina Soriano says cheers to a new brand with Aboitizes and Ayalas

 

The Soriano family may have lost control of San Miguel Corp. in a very bitter and very public family feud eons ago but it’s no reason not to celebrate it.

Here’s Cristina Soriano in Venice Beach, California six days ago toasting to the beer that made their family a fortune as she gears up to launch another brand to be proud of.

Thank goodness it’s #thursday! ?

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She dons FINI the following day, celebrating another Philippine-made product. FINI makes batik clothes and upcycled accessories that she’ll be launching this June.

Chanelling those SoCal vibes in #byfini @byfini

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With the tag line “Made with love, wear with a smile ,” Fini’s clothes and accessories have no less than the Zobel de Ayalas and the Aboitizes looking forward to it, including Mariana Zobel-Aboitiz, the bride to beat for years to come. Check out the comments.

?What Monday blues? @byfini #FINI #byfini #finitravels

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COMING SOON✨ #FINI #byfini #FilipinoMade #batik

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GREEN?And not just in color! #FINI #byfini #upcycled #FilipinoMade

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Here’s Cristina with her partners.

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