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These Real Brides Will Convince You to Consider Colored Wedding Gowns

Because white isn’t the only option you have.
When wedding gowns are a topic of conversation, one immediately thinks about the fabric, the silhouette, and the whole vibe of the design itself. It’s quite rare for anyone to discuss color since white has always been the norm. Well, you’d be

Artificial Intelligence Predicts When the COVID-19 Pandemic Will End in the PH

It generates dates on when the pandemic will end for a particular country.
A projection using A.I. (artificial intelligence) technology by the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) has predictions on when the coronavirus pandemic will end, reports Mashable SEA.The projections are based on the use of A.I. technology and world data from Our

The Legacy of Fashion Designer Arnold Galang

The Philippine fashion industry lost a truly talented designer earlier today, April 30.
The fashion community mourns the loss of one of its beloved designers, Arnold Galang, who passed away earlier today, April 30, 2020, at 12 a.m. Arnold Galang was one of the country’s esteemed designers. His clientele spanned everyone including celebrities, society swans, fashion

What Should You Wear Outside to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus?

People think that bundling themselves from head to toe is the best way to stay safe, but this might not be the case.
The ongoing community quarantine advises us to head outside only for essential purposes. For many of us, this means visiting the grocery or drugstore once in a while to stock up on supplies. But even though going outside is a rare occurrence, people

Here's What Tokyo Is Like During COVID-19, From the Lens of a Filipino Photographer

"I never expected to see Shibuya and Shinjuku looking like this—almost like a ghost town."
For many travelers, a vacation in Tokyo, Japan is incomplete without seeing the bustling streets of the iconic Shibuya Crossing.Surrounded by huge digital billboards and buildings and located in front of the Shibuya train station, the sprawling intersection is popular with tourists

Would You Buy Lee Min Ho’s Precious Luxury Watch from “The King: Eternal Monarch”?

He's bragging about it being "the only watch in two worlds," but the truth is you can actually buy one for yourself.
As a king, Lee Gon (played by Lee Min Ho) obviously lives a lavish life, and we couldn’t help but be besotted with its many fine details—especially his wardrobe! (How crazy were those diamond-encrusted buttons?) In the first episode, the audiences was

How to Properly Wash Fruits and Veggies in the Time of COVID-19

You can never be too careful.
The most effective way to prevent getting infected by the coronavirus is by following the protocols imposed on us during this quarantine.However, not everyone can afford to stay home. If you can't avoid going out to buy food and other supplies, there are

Here’s How Penshoppe Is Handling the Pandemic and Why Big Brands Should Follow Suit

The fashion brand is using its wealth of resources to help those in need amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused businesses to temporarily suspend operations. Its effects cut across various aspects of the company, from cashflow to the security of its employees. Given the scarcity of resources, making decisions for the company is easier said than done.

"Lost" Actor Cries Foul Over Anti-Asian Racism Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

“Yes, I’m Asian. And yes, I have coronavirus. But I did not get it from China, I got it in America," says Daniel Dae Kim.
American actor Daniel Dae Kim, known for his role as Jin Soo-Kwon in Lost, has just revealed on Instagram that he tested positive for COVID-19, which he had contracted while filming the series New Amsterdam in New York City. Ironically, he plays

How to Send Help in This Time of COVID-19 While Staying at Home

Here's a running list of groups you could donate to.
We Filipinos are known for being resilient. But perhaps our best trait in times of crisis is our bayanihan spirit. Whatever happens, we always have each other's backs, and we would gladly go out of our way to support and assist those

Refunds, Rebooking: What You Need to Know If You've Had to Cancel a Trip

Travel to and from Metro Manila is suspended from March 15 to April 14.
Metro Manila, in the evening of March 12, was declared to be under "community quarantine" amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus "land, domestic air, and domestic sea travel to and from Metro Manila shall be suspended" from March 15 to April 14, according

This Fashion Exhibit Proves That Salvacion Lim Higgins Was Way Ahead of Her Time

She's basically the pioneer of the modern ternos we see today.
When Bench and the Cultural Center of the Philippines joined forces to create the first-ever TernoCon two years ago, the art of terno-making was revived. Suddenly, the spotlight pivoted to show how young designers are reimagining traditional Filipiniana attire.With that goal slowly being

Philippines Imposes Temporary Travel Ban on Tourists From Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau

The Department of Health (DOH) confirmed that there are already two reported cases of the nCov in the Philippines.
Senator Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go announced that the Philippines has officially imposed a temporary ban on travelers and tourists coming from China and its territories, including Hong Kong and Macau, in order to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (nCoV).Sen. Go,

Cebu Pacific Cancels Flights to Mainland China Amid Coronavirus Scare

The airline is taking preventive measures.
The novel coronavirus has been spreading worldwide hysteria as the number of confirmed cases continues to rise. Countries have been taking the necessary precautions to prevent the virus from spreading within their territories. To take preventive measures, Cebu Pacific has just announced that