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It was like a scene ripped from the classic TV series Dynasty.
Just like a scene ripped from the classic TV series Dynasty, Tessa Prieto-Valdes and Kaye Tinga transformed the Makati Shangri-La’s Rizal Ballroom into what could have been Alexis Colby’s penthouse with themes inspired by storms at last friday’s Red Charity Gala. This year,
Designer Jojie Lloren takes us back in time with his modern bustles and Edwardian side notes.
The night was filled with music and laughter as Tessa Prieto-Valdes and Tim Yap kept the ball rolling with the live auction at the 6th annual Red Charity Gala held last October 18, 2014 at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel.Though the auction wrapped
The belles of Manila society rally together for a night of giving back to charity.
Each year, Tessa Prieto-Valdes and Kaye Tinga gather friends and family for a night of giving back through the annual Red Charity Gala, which aids to raise funds for the benefit of the Philippine Red Cross and the Assumption High School Batch of
Shopping with a conscience is the only way to do it.
As busy shoppers try to get the best sale bargains last August 2, 2014, we decided to turn our favorite pastime into something more beneficial to the society. Together with the Philippine Red Cross volunteers, we spent our day going through the
The retail brand launches a social service campaign for Super Typhoon Yolanda victims.
There is no such thing as donor fatigue for retail brand Plains & Prints. Almost a month after the strongest typhoon ever recorded to hit the Philippines, there are still countless donations and ongoing relief efforts, to help rebuild the Yolanda-stricken communities, actively
The Beckhams Donate Clothes for the Benefit of Haiyan Victims
After a very successful Aid Couture spearheaded by the Philippine Red Cross, the British Red Cross is hosting a similar event called Shop Drop. Aside from monetary donations for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda), the organization is asking to give not
Just when you thought you've done everything you can to help, think again. There is always room for more.
Whether you’re watching the news, updating yourself through social media, or reading the papers, you would know that this calamity is a lot worse than anyone expected. We applaud you if you have already donated but given the circumstances and the current
Go guilt-free shopping for a cause with the Philippine Red Cross.
In the wake of Typhoon Yolanda's devastating aftermath, we feel each of us―one way or another―has a role to play in helping our affected brothers and sisters overcome such life-altering adversity. Here's just one out of a hundred ways you can help.