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Fashion always evolves over time. Now that we’ve entered general community quarantine, the way we dress won’t be what it used to be. Protection, healthy, and safety, will be the top priorities when selecting what clothes to wear outside. This is where
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Manila FAME, the country's premier lifestyle and design trade event is back with another edition which is set to open this October 17 and run until October 19 at the World Trade Center in Metro Manila. Manila FAME is known for its
It's simpler than you think.
My zodiac sign is Cancer. I guess this makes me predisposed to being moody. It also explains, according to one of the many horoscopes I’ve read throughout the years, why I’m drawn to shimmer and shine and to eveningwear. Truth be told,
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It's complicated: you don't want to be the Andy Sachs (i.e. clueless, clumsy, "this stuff"), but at the same time, you do—picture her post-transformation, smart and sleek in sample closet Valentino. If you're ready to take the necessary measures, Preview's former EIC
The last time I wore a cropped top it was called a half-shirt. I remember that it was long-sleeved, from DKNY and striped black and white (very graphic and so Spring/ Summer 2013, come to think of it). I paired it with
Hop on the trend!
You have to admit, the thought of fishnets brings to mind the words "street walker" rather than "street style." But fashion's had an on-again, off-again love affair with the holey hose and it seems things are back on.IMAGE INSTAGRAM/pauline_juanIf anyone can school
"She always knew the appropriate clothes for each occasion."
As the former editor-in-chief of Preview, Pauline Juan has long established her identity as a fashion icon. In her line of work, she is able to predict fashion and through the magazine, she can even dictate fashion. Her love for the industry,
We raise our glass to the ultimate #ImAPreviewGirl!
The memories I have from my job interview with Pauline Suaco-Juan are still as vivid as if it just happened yesterday. I was applying for an editorial assistant position for Style Bible, but the way she made me turn around to get