"Malong" of deep red satin with embroidered bands of scrolling flowers alternating with bands of butterfly motifs in bold, bright colors of orange, green, blue, white, purple, pink, and pale yellow; textile is sewn in a tubular shape. Record says this is a shawl. It is worn similar to a sarong, wrapped around the body and tied above one shoulder.
Moro Tribe - Moro princess garment.
Blouse of purple satin with round neckline and plunging slit down front; two rows of intricate gold buttons with reflective disc in center; most buttons are for accent; five button closure at mid-torso; top is slightly skirted below waist; long tapered sleeves with five button closures; shaped panels release at sides; cotton trim backed. Moro Tribe.
Textile Panel for a skirt of black, orange, white, and yellow hand-woven, striped cotton; woven in three sections and sewn together with a decorative yarn band in red and black zig-zag; two ends have a yard sewn edge; pinstripes at center with broader bands at edges. Record says this is from the Ifugao Tribe.
Textile Panel worn as a skirt of navy blue and medium blue broad stripes with green and yellow narrow stripes; two sections of hand-woven cotton are sewn together at the center. Record says this is a "Patadyong". More information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patadyong
Malong of a tube shape textile of hand-woven silk ramie in varying stripes in green, fuchsia, yellow, black, and white interspersed with stripes of ikat weave. Record says, Dansalan. More information: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marawi
Obi of dark orange ribbed rayon silk with sections of metallic gold and deep green rayon silk in a zig-zag pattern brocaded with floral designs in pale blue turquoise outline and filled with silver metallic blending into gold metallic with accents of dark orange; large floral designs are of a motif from the Paulownia tree; traditional woman's obi. The floral motif is based on a tree from a family crest, the Toyotomi family - a Samurai crest. Kiri mon is a sacred tree where the phoenix rests, and is valued. The tree is the Paulownia tree, also known as the Royal Empress Tree.
Kimono of pale pink damask with a design of a scene of a water wheel, architecture, plants and flowers in water; long rectangular sleeves; band around the neckline and opening. From record: This type of Kimono is worn as an undergarment.
Loin Cloth of hand-woven black, orange, and yellow cotton in a varying striped pattern with yellow pinstripes; laid-in work in human figure and spade-like motifs in black and orange; wound tassels at both ends; added weft bands at both ends in red and yellow yarn with tassels. Igorot Tribe or Ifugao.