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5 Unisex Pieces from Local Brands You Need to Check Out

From jackets to beach towels!
In the era of gender inclusivity, fashion follows suit and takes progressive steps with the help of brands that transfer power to the wearer and achieve wider acceptance of everyone's preferences. While some may think that gender-neutral fashion is just a trend

This Filipina Visual Artist Has Three New Collections That You'll Love

Paulina Ortega is making us want to shop for scarves, jewelry, and slip dresses right now!
Filipina graphic designer and visual artist Paulina Ortega has found her way back home from Australia, and she's announcing her return to Manila with a triple collection launch! Last year, Paulina launched a capsule collection of scarves that showcased handpainted images of mangoes and dalagang bukid.

The Cool Girls of Instagram Are Trying to Make Velcro Sandals Happen

Here's a shopping list to get you started!
Among the most intriguing fashion trends this 2019—denim bike shorts, tie-dye, ugly sandals—velcro, outdoorsy, sports sandals seem to raise many brows at the moment. "Stylish velcro sandals" could be construed as an oxymoron because this type of footwear is designed for its

You Have to See This Filipina Artist's Super Chic Wedding in Mexico

She had three bridal looks!
You might be familiar with the name Paulina Paige Ortega for her work as an artist, and her latest project involved designing something for Uniqlo's UT shirts. Perhaps you might've even seen her gorgeous face on the posters of Sunnies Face. Naturally, this creative

Meet the Filipino Artist Behind Some of This Season's Uniqlo Graphic Tees

Hear it straight from local designer Paulina Paige Ortega.
For years now, Uniqlo has been collaborating with Southeast Asian designers for a line of graphic T-shirts called UT Feel The SEA. The line has been doing well, with new collections dropping regularly. In fact, late last year, Uniqlo worked with Cebuano

How To Be Popular And Win At Life

An Editor's Note—for the class of 2015.
Me in a Paulina Ortega illustration (2013), a gift from Raymond Ang.The following is a speech I delivered before the Miriam College High School class of 2015 at their graduation. Special thanks to Sir Edizon Fermin.I. POPULARITYWhen I was in high school,