Get those "add to cart" fingers ready, because Heart Evangelista's very own brand, Maison Love Marie, is now available online! FYI, it's been in the works since 2015—"It’s not easy, but I want quality," she once told Preview. And now that it's finally here, we definitely can't wait to shop.

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The website officially went live on March 17, debuting the actress' line of bags, home decor, and accessories. Maison Love Marie's current lineup features items made of native materials like abaca, pili shells, and buri, most of which were sourced from Sorsogon. There are also some classic designs, including the brand's signature Disco Ball bag.

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Abaca Bucket Bags

P2,000/ea

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Disco Ball Evening Bag

P30,000

Woven Bag Organizers

P500 each

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Heart designed and curated everything herself, including market totes that were handpainted by talented high school students from Sorsogon. How cool is that?

Handpainted Market Tote

P400 each

You'll also find some of the cool accessories that Heart herself has worn on Instagram, such as bracelets crafted with seashells, recycled pili shells, crystals, and turquoise beads.

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Pili Turquoise Bracelet

P3,800

All that said, the brand's grandest range is their home line—or as they call it, Casa. From ottomans, planters, accent chairs, to placemats and drinkware, Maison Love Marie has you covered!\

Seagrass Ottoman

P7,500

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Lontok Planters Basket

P2,000 - P3,000

Abaca Seashell Placements

P1,200 (set of 2)

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Seagrass Accent Chair

P9,000

Coconut Shell Teacups, P1200 (set of 2)

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Ready to shop? Head on over to maisonlovemarie.com

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