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Because party videos are the best #throwbacks.
Can you believe that it’s almost been a month since the Preview Anniversary Gala? While some of us are still looking for another excuse to re-wear those dresses (cost per wear, people), the folks at Seabiscuit Films put together this awesome treat
Zoe Kravitz was her inspo for her very first Preview party.
Truth be told, Max Collins was feeling under the weather during the Preview Ball. But with her poise, and breezy white Esme Palaganas dress, she admitted that her first party with Preview was still a fun-filled memory (and a chance to dress
More party photos you haven't seen in social media.
When it comes to throwing a party—and a 20th birthday bash at that—Preview sure doesn’t mess around. Dressed in different versions of “Creative Formal,” the guests soaked in all the fun to be had. And we have photos to prove that! Click
This beauty girl makes a case for the sexy pantsuit.
(main image by Deneb Villanueva)As you might already know, Julia Barretto and Jasmine Curtis weren’t the only red carpet stunners who suited up for Preview’s 20th Anniversary Gala. Also making her case for the sexy pantsuit, Kylie Padilla showed us her take
See who impressed us the most in the beauty department.
Below, we round up our favorite red carpet looks during Preview's 20th Anniversary Gala.1. Looking sleek in her suit, Julia Barretto let her long hair down parted in the middle. The teen star kept it simple with matte coral lippie and peachy
The looks that did the theme proud.
From designers to muses, celebrities to It girls, #Preview20 treated us to a slew of gorgeous, glamorous and gala-worthy looks. Below, a nod to the night's best-dressed attendees, who turned heads with their take on the theme: Creative Formal.Amina Aranaz-Alunan in Lian
Another ball, another McQueen clutch.
When we got dressed with Dominique Cojuangco for last year’s Preview Ball, she had boxes of McQueen clutches lined up on her bed. She couldn’t decide on one (out of 15) to pair with her Ivarluski Aseron LBD. This year, however, she
She did her own makeup!
What did we say about our Preview interns again? Oh yeah, they’re fab! From doing her own makeup to taking style cues from Carrie Bradshaw, Kiana Valenciano managed to make herself stand out by going for a simple yet elegant blush frock.
Her Manolos were signed by SJP!
Remember that time we got ready with Jasmine for the Star Magic Ball? Well this time around, the pretty lady walked the red carpet solo. But! She looked hotter than ever, partied the night away with her girlfriends, and killed the pantsuit-corset
Signature side boob, check.
What does a classy hubadera wear to an event with the dress code "creative formal"? Find out how It chick, Martine Cajucom, put together a sweet yet sexy ensemble that would eventually make it to that evening's Best Dressed list. Her makeup was by
Bet you didn't know we had one!
We all had a blast last Friday night as we celebrated Preview’s 20th birthday and naturally, photos wound up online. With walls flashing two decades worth of editorials, a montage of covers, and a grammable exhibit at the guests’ disposal, there was
Scenes from the Preview Anniversary Gala.
We piece the happenings from last Friday night with a little help from photographer Magic Liwanag. Herewith, the scenes from the Preview Anniversary Gala.La Greta and Tonyboy CojuangcoThe night's enterntainment: The Diegos and Mars MirandaCarla Humphries, Solenn Heussaff and Jasmine CurtisHanging with the UysPauline
The ladies' version of Black Tie
When the invite reads Black Tie, ladies are often expected to turn up in their biggest bouffants and longest trains. But when you add in the word “creative” right before it, girls flex their creativity, trading princess frocks for sleek suits. In the
High quality photos of Julia Barretto, Dawn Zulueta, and more.
(main image by Magic Liwanag)See the stars who dressed to the nines at #Preview20. Julia Barretto styled by Jan AranillaChristian Bautista in Avel BacudioMartine Cajucom in a Boom Sason dress and Alaia shoesTweetie de Leon- Gonzalez in Randy OrtizVictor Basa in Armani and
A gentleman's guide to the “creative formal” dress code.
From the time of Edward VII to George Clooney at the Oscars, Black Tie remains the standard for formal attire for gentlemen. It consists of a jacket, trousers, waist covering, shirt, neckwear (silk tie or bowtie), shoes, and accessories. Lose one element and
Plus tips on how to build your own!
Twenty years ago, in June 1995, Preview debuted with a very young, very fresh, and very beautiful Tweetie de Leon in Armani.The very first Preview cover with Tweetie de Leon on the cover, June 1995The cost of one issue back then? 75
It's a blacked out blur, but I'm pretty sure it ruled.
Just a couple more days till the #PreviewBall and us here at Preview and Style Bible couldn’t be more excited.To mark our 20th birthday, we’re going all out with a big shebang, champagne showers and all. But before we whip out the
From the laugh-out-loud to the purely iconic.
While flipping through the 1995-2004 archives for Preview’s 20th anniversary, we discovered a bunch of pages that seemed very now. There was a travel editorial where the editors photographed products (and models!) from top view. (#flatlay) Some epic group shots. (#squadgoals) And
Once a Preview girl, always a Preview girl.
This June, Preview Magazine is celebrating its 20th year in the biz and it got us feeling nostalgic. In the fast-paced world of fashion, trends come and go the same way editors move to and fro. You probably know Liz Uy, Daryl
Revlon unveils the look of its Preview cover.
Creating a good cover is never easy. You only get one cover image and Preview’s editors always sit down to figure out which girl, and which of her shots, will make it to the front of the magazine. On the occasion of