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You Have to See These Disney Princesses Dressed in Baro't Saya

A local artist reimagined them as Filipinas.
In the spirit of highlighting Filipino pride this month, we put the spotlight on a local artist's inspired rendition of Disney princesses. James Claridades, an illustrator for a book app for kids, reimagined fictional characters wearing traditional Filipiniana costumes.IMAGE Courtesy of James
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Draw My Style: The Story Behind Chuvaness' NBS Collab

Know more about Cecile Van Straten's illustrated outfits.
If you've been on the internet long enough, then you'll know that Cecile Van Straten, or more popularly known as Chuvaness, is a unique style force online (and even IRL, actually). Her eccentric sense of fashion is something we've always loved at
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See Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla as Cartoons

And have your own cartoon you in 24 hours!
When you’re as popular as primetime royalty or Miss Universe, an animated portrait of yourself is but one of the many creative gifts fans like to give as a sign of adoration. While many of them are talented artists, there are a
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Meet the Illustrator Behind our Best Dressed Portraits

Keep an eye out for Tom Bucag.
There’s a new artist around the block, and he's only 21. The Q.C. based illustrator known for his unique and distinctive caricatures stole our attention on Instagram, before we finally asked him to do portraits of our Preview Best Dressed Girls last
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Meet The Illustrator Behind Preview's Sticker Book

Yes, we have one!
If you haven't gotten yourself a copy of our #PreviewSeptIssue yet, then you are seriously missing out. More than the fact that it's 200+ pages thick, has a double-sided poster of our cover girl Kathryn Bernardo, and is packed with fashion editorials, it
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The Boy Who Was Not A Book

A short story of a brief romance.
Illustrations by Mano GonzalesI arrived in New York just as summer was swarming into the city. Still in my small Manila dresses and Doc Martens, writing furiously, pretending I was still a poet, sweating in a pretty boy’s room. “Tall tree,” I called him, “my