Situated in Las Piñas, Metro Manila, the Philippines, Evia Lifestyle Center is a shopping and lifestyle center along Daang Hari Road. It was first opened in 2012 and is owned and run by Vista Malls, a division of Vista Land.
With a total retail area of 120,000 m2 (1,300,000 sq ft), it is home to several upscale retail establishments such as Rustan’s Supermarket, AllDay Supermarket, and AllHome, as well as a number of upscale brands like H&M and Uniqlo. The shopping needs of residents in Las Piñas, Parañaque, Muntinlupa, Laguna, and the province of Cavite are met by Evia Lifestyle Center.
The name Evia, which is short for Pontevia or Bridgeway, refers to the primary bridge point that unites all the areas of Vista Alabang, which is where the city’s heart is situated.
The primary objective of Evia Lifestyle Center‘s founding in 2012 was to locate a shopping center close to the Vista community. Since then, the company has been rapidly growing its retail operations, which include AllHome—which is anticipated to have 40 stores by the end of the year—Market Liberty, which provides a platform for local business owners to grow their enterprises, and Coffee Project—dubbed the most Instagrammable coffee shop in the Philippines—which will soon have bookstores in a few of its branches. All Day Supermarket, which has Paluto; Kinder City; All Toys; All Sports; Bake My Day; and
Detailed guide to shopping in Evia
Naturally, the majority of us head straight to fashion boutiques when we shop. It is hard to be without a Uniqlo item in your closet these days. Since its establishment in the Philippines in 2012, Uniqlo has consistently provided fashionable apparel to the country. Their most recent LifeWear Fall/Winter Collection 2021 featured items that were straightforward and useful but also had a lot of style. According to Uniqlo, clothes represent the ideologies and morals of the era as well as the wearers. Globally recognized and well-established is the brand Uniqlo. 19 countries—including the USA, UK, France, Italy, China, Germany, Korea, and Russia—are home to the clothing company’s locations.
H&M is another clothing manufacturer that is quite popular in the Philippines. The well-known company has its origins in Sweden, where it was once known as Hennes and sold just women’s clothes. The hunting and fishing store Mauritz Widforss was acquired by Erling Persson in 1968, and it was renamed H&M-Hennes & Mauritz. As of right now, it is the world’s second-biggest clothes retailer. The worldwide apparel retailer is present in 74 nations on six continents. The H&M brand family offers services, fashion, and design that empower individuals to express their individuality and be inspired, thereby simplifying our lives.
Shoe manufacturer Vans is another brand that is moving in the direction of sustainability. The firm debuted its first-ever ecological and vegan line in June 2021. Sustainable iterations of four iconic Vans styles—the Authentic, Slip-Ons, SK8-Hi 38 high tops, and Style 36 Decon—are highlighted in the Eco Theory. Every shoe is made ethically by sourcing materials from vendors who use sustainable and ethical business practices.