Jokingly self-proclaimed as the “Largest Damit ng Mga Patay Convention” (clothes of the dead), Good Old Days’ identity extends beyond the transaction of clothing and caters to reminiscing the past and its effect on the present culture. With north of 100 merchants along its halls, the festivities feature multitudes of curators—from Kaya Tinta Studios’ inks, Small World Ramps’ fingerboard installations, and a Sulat sa Daan Freedom Wall, as several inhabitants.
Apart from the evergreen 90s-00s band tees and Y2K double-knee bottoms, Good Old Days 3 recognizes the demand for female apparel and rare pieces. Supplementing the one-day event, accessories, glassware, and collectibles pose promising additions to the vintage-inspired home space.
Manila rap trio O $ide Mafia headlines the event, as Tu$ Brother$, Hev Abi, Kartell’em, and several other performers provide their street-driven persona on the Good Old Days’ stage.
Following an afternoon of rummaging through the racks, food vendors will also be present to cater to the hearty and hungry vintage explorer. Opening its doors at noon, Metrowalk Commercial Complex offers ample parking spaces, though be sure to pack an umbrella in case of pours.