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Check your mask!
With our COVID-19 cases continuing to rise with each passing day (the Philippines reached the 500,000 mark last January 17), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned the public against five face mask brands that have not been certified for public use.TOP
Makati Shangri-La is the latest hotel hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has closed countless businesses due to extended lockdowns and halting economic activity. TOP STORY: KC Concepcion Recalls Encounter with a Snobbish Salesperson at YSLIn a letter obtained by Summit Media, Shangri-La
Swab tests for less than P1,000.
The long weekends of 2021 have been announced and a number of local travel destinations are opening their doors to tourists in an effort to jump start the industry. If you are one of those considering a visit to one of the
Have you been itching to travel after being quarantined for so long? Well, you're not alone.
The Philippines has been under community quarantine since March, and if you've been exercising every bit of restraint to not go out, then you've probably spent the last 10 months itching to see some sun, breathe in some fresh air, and feel
There's a reason why MakatiMed doesn't allow it.
Copper masks quickly became popular for its "bacteria exterminating" promise and stylish, unique look. You've probably seen it all over social media, and many celebrities have been spotted wearing the trendy mask. We have to admit—it's definitely a notch higher than a surgical
They opened their borders last November 20.
Tourist destinations in the Philippines are slowly opening their doors to travelers as restrictions on "interzonal movement" was eased by the Inter-Agency Task Force on the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases on October 16. This just means that if you're a leisure
"At the end of the day, you just wanna start your life together."
With the entire planet plunged into uncertainty because of the pandemic, 2020 is an unlikely year for life-changing decisions. Young couple Bea Fabregas and Nikko Ramos, just went for it and got married. How did they do it?TOP STORY: Heart Evangelista Is
This is travel in 2020.
As our borders are slowly reopening, allowing travel to and from the Philippines, every passenger will now need to download the contact tracing app Traze, as per government mandate.TOP STORY: Heart Evangelista Is a Real-Life Astrid Leong and Here's WhyAccording to the Department
The beauty queen withdrew from the competition after recovering from COVID-19.
Maria Isabela Galeria gave pageant fans a look on what her national costume would have been for Miss Universe Philippines 2020. The representative of Sorsogon is garbed in a gown made out of shells. It is designed by "Sorsoganon courterier" Frankie de
Don't let your guards down, she says.
Actress and vlogger Alex Gonzaga told her nearly 9 million YouTube subscribers on Saturday that her entire household, including her fiancé, battled COVID-19, reminding the public how it can be caught by ignoring what sould be second nature by now: wearing face
Filipino travelers will still have to adhere to a list of guidelines before they can fly out of the country.
Heads up, travel junkies! You can finally fly out of the country starting October 21 for non-essential travel purposes as announced by Malacañang on Friday, October 16, 2020.TOP STORY: Why Are We Still Talking About Angel Locsin's Weight Gain?According to the Palace, the
The company is now turning to "digital investments."
H&M Group, the parent company behind retailers like H&M, H&M Home, and Monki among others, announced its plans of closing 250 stores worldwide in 2021 in a report published by the group on October 1. With about 5,000 brick-and-mortar shops across the
The fashion industry has lost yet another iconic designer.
The fashion industry is currently mourning another great loss amongst its pool of greats. Kenzo Takada, the founding designer of Kenzo, has reportedly died at the age of 81 in a hospital in Paris. He was diagnosed with COVID-19.TOP STORY: Jinkee Pacquiao Goes
An important clarification if you were planning to visit.
We earlier reported that Tagaytay City Administrator Gregorio Monreal announced that visitors of the city would no longer need a travel pass, and would only have to fill up a health declaration form. An update on the matter has just been released
You will still need to deal with checkpoints along the way.
If you're like almost everyone else stuck at home for nearly six months and counting, you might be looking for an escape to nature without compromising your safety. This might be an option. Remember Tagaytay? The not-so-far-from-the-city getaway that offers a cool breeze?
She writes about being pregnant amid a pandemic, and the kind of parents she and Billy hope to be.
To be completely honest, now on my 38th week, my body feels like it’s maxing out. My belly button feels like it’s ripping apart, my back often hurts because it’s hard to get into a comfortable position, and on days when I
The movie's production has been temporarily put on pause.
Hollywood star Robert Pattinson has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, effectively halting all production efforts for Matt Reeves' The Batman. The news came just days after Warner Bros. announced that they would be delaying the film after someone from the production had contracted
Filipino designers focused on storytelling at The Front Row fashion show.
The constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic have led designers to fully utilize digital means to showcase their work. Both locally and internationally, these designers have streamed actual runway shows—models on the catwalk and all—giving everyone the chance to sit in the front
Designer Zarah Juan is selling her iconic bags to raise funds for our jeepney drivers in need.
These trying times have awakened the bayanihan spirit in the fashion industry, especially amongst big-name designers who have the networking and resources to provide whatever support they can to their fellow Filipinos. There are designers who have banded together to assuage the shortage
"This is a community of good people who want to do good things."
As schools all over the country prepare to shift online amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, so have the prerequisite materials for at-home-students proven to be inaccessible for many. After all, not everyone has the extra money to suddenly spend on laptops and