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Work Wear Diaries: Katherine Cheng

The woman behind K & Company proves that real style is ageless.
I admire women who have identified a style that works for them, and that’ll safely see them through their 20s, 30s, right up to their 40s and beyond. There are a number who understand that it’s not what you wear, but how

Work Wear Diaries: Kaye Garcia

The retail owner lets Style Bible take a peek at her closet.
Today, we turn the spotlight on mom-preneur Kaye Garcia. We admit, it came as quite a shock to find out that she already has three kids what with her svelte figure, baby face, a pair of smiling eyes coupled with a very

Work Wear Diaries: Robinsons Specialty Stores, Inc.

The young urbanites stay hip wearing their favorite British high street brands.
This week’s style-loving stars of Work Wear Diaries are a fresh breed of young urbanites who fancy colors aplenty, as opposed to the neutral palette of the corporate world. The girls of Robinsons Specialty Stores, Inc. (RSSI) are certainly not amateurs, though,

Work Wear Diaries: Marcie Linao

The marketing head throws in some fun, feminine, and classy elements to her work wear.
Some may find it easy to paint the magazine industry as an enclave for anything and everything glamorous, luxurious, in and it. But really, behind every page and event, there are hardworking individuals who may have perfectly styled lives yet are able

Work Wear Diaries: Erin Campos

The statuesque stylista shares her uptown fashion sensibilities.
Erin Campos always gets noticed without her trying hard to do so. Style-wise, this mestiza admirably knows how to make everyday an occasion. You'll spot her with cascading waves and outfits that highlight her enviably fit figure. Chiseled features notwithstanding, Erin’s passion

Steal Her Style: Christine Escudero

The voice teacher shows us how to wear vintage pieces with a modern twist.
Published in Preview April 2007.Christine Escudero is an old soul, fashion-wise, that is. “My grandma greatly influences my dress sense. I adore her clothes so much I have them copied!” says singer and voice teacher. She loves to mix modern clothes with

Work Wear Diaries: Nikki Luna

The social advocate and artist makes a whole lot of difference in society and rocks her jeans at the same time.
I wouldn’t dare say we live in a nation where the youth are deemed apathetic. It’s heartening to know that many have been actively participating in advocacy campaigns but there are those rare individuals who are leading the pack. One of them

Work Wear Diaries: House Of Laurel

House of Laurel welcomes Style Bible into their fashionable home.
Home, indeed, is where the heart is. It was, to say the least, the ambience one feels the moment she steps into the House of Laurel. Only, it is not quite a residence but a shop that the Laurel family runs.House of

Work Wear Diaries: Stephanie Zubiri

We love her cooking and her chic sense of style!
The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach; but if a woman is beautiful, stylish and can cook all at the same time, any man can easily fall head-over-heels in love with her. I might as well say I’m describing

Steal Her Style: Camille Villar

Take a peek at the real estate heiress’ wardrobe.
While Camille Villar, the unica hija of Congresswoman Cynthia and Senator Manny Villar, is busy proving her mettle in the family’s real estate company, we're busy watching her wardrobe. While she is quiet and unassuming by nature, her style choices speak loudly

Work Wear Diaries: The Women Of Sm Ladies Wear

Meet the stylish girls behind SM Department Store’s Ladies and Teens sections.
It’s not so much a secret anymore that some of Manila’s most stylish dash to SM Department Store to shop for—and perhaps take advantage of—its, I say, colossal selection of clothing apparel, shoes and accessories at very, very friendly price points.Since the

Work Wear Diaries: Jacqe Yuengtian

Expect a mix of immaculate tailoring and updated classics in the closet of this beauty brand manager.
If she lived in the 1970s, she’ll probably look like one of those Chloé girls in the adverts—big, poufy hair, camel trousers and a proper Parisian blouson—someone who walks the high street with confidence yet with the sugar-and-spice-and-everything-nice vibe. Senior Brand Manager

Work Wear Diaries: Cristalle Henares

Heiress to the fastest-growing beauty line in the country, Cristalle gives you her two cents on dressing up from work to cocktails.
Perhaps, we can almost always attach the word “beauty” to Belo and the famous cosmetic surgeon to the stars who is behind it, Dra. Vicki Belo. However, her heiress is beginning to have her fair share of the limelight. Coming from a

Personal Stylist: Designer + Rtw

Louis Claparols, Patrice Ramos-Diaz and Randy Ortiz take work wear up a notch.
There’s a fine line between office-appropriate and boring. Fortunately, work wear has evolved with the times, evolving from strictly business and stiff—and boring—uniforms to completely cosmopolitan. On another note, we’re not entirely turning our back on the democratic style of a well-tailored

Personal Stylist: Banana Republic Fall 2010

We pick office ensembles from the brand’s recent runway collection and make them work for you.
With utilitarian aesthetics and military influences, the look of Banana Republic Fall 2010 collection is all about contrast and modern mixes—formal with casual, masculine shapes with feminine details, tailored cuts with sportswear.Olive green skirts, cable knit cardis, slick cargo pants, silk frocks,

Work Wear Diaries: Sarah Robotham

The British psychologist and woman behind "Fashion on the Couch" brings more of her individuality to work through clothes.
Audrey Hepburn once said, "A woman's beauty is not in her figure, in the way she dresses, in the clothes she wears, or in the way she does her hair. A woman's beauty is seen in her eyes, because they are the

Work Wear Diaries: Vicky Velasco

Fully Booked’s window dresser is a stunner herself.
Window displays redefine everything we ever thought about window shopping. Those eye-catching art installations stop us in our tracks, and perhaps unconsciously, compel us to enter the stores. Same is true with Fully Booked’s whimsical store windows. One day it’s bubblegum-colored flower