Anne Curtis is the very definition of a blushing bride (did you see that adorable bridal shower, or that swoon-worthy pre-nup shoot in Korea?!), but she's by no means shying away from the spotlight. And because we can't wait to see her in her wedding dress (she's soon set to tie the knot with fiancé Erwan Heussaff), we round up four times Anne wore white in Preview's pages—both on print and online. Get ready for a trip down memory lane! What if she wore...
1. A vintage, flapper-style number
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Fun fact: among all the magazine's frontliners, Anne officially has the most number of Preview covers under her belt. Like, ever. Check her out in the November 2009 issue, wearing a silver-and-ivory hobble dress—made, in fact, for Imee Marcos in 1982—by legendary Filipino couturier Salvacion Lim-Higgins.
2. A classic Filipiniana
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Here's Anne channeling serious Maria Clara vibes in an exquisite fringed terno created by the same designer, this time for First Lady Leonila Garcia in 1959.
3. Old Hollywood glamour
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Still one of our favorite cover looks! #Throwback to September 2011, back when Anne lounged leisurely in a decadent, strapless Michael Cinco gown. Just chilling on these stairs, no biggie.
4. A floor-sweeping, feathered frock
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It's been years since Anne attended the annual Star Magic Ball, but we'll never forget her arriving on the 2010 red carpet swathed in this feathered Francis Libiran piece, paired with full fringe and a deep, berry lip. Classic.