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( I personally composed these songs for Jessie J. I am a huge fan of hers since then and watching and listening to her singing my composition would be the greatest gift I could have on Christmas Eve. Ms. Jessie J, hope you would sing my written composition. ) ‪#‎heartbeatsPH‬ Jessie J Philippines (Official Group) Jessie J Philippines Jessie Jay • Jessie J • Jessie J ( Jessica Ellen Cornish ) Jessie J Wild Jessi J Jessa Cornish Jessie J – Sweet Talker Sweet Talker Bang Bang (Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj song) Jessie J – Sweet Talker Michael Joe Geronimo Agtarap #HEARTBEATSPH

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I got published on the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Youngblood column yesterday 🙂 26 days after submitting my first article, my former editor-in-chief texted me to bring the good news. It felt great to make this dream come true.

I submitted the article for submission’s sake and seeing Youngblood yesterday with my name on it was a fantastic bonus. Indeed, if you want to achieve something, the first step is in trying, and maybe not caring for the outcome that much. 😀 I really took to writing my piece when I learned a blog friend, Lester got published on Youngblood before too (Thank you for your email!).

Having said that, I also wanted to share the pointers I learned to hasten chances of getting your name printed on the Philippine Daily Inquirer Youngblood’s column too! I am by no means an expert and maybe I just got lucky this time but still…

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Oscar de la RentaSpring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

Review

  • Nicole Phelps
  • September 9, 2014

“There is no one on earth who makes a woman feel more beautiful than Oscar de la Renta,” thus said Karlie Kloss on her Instagram feed postshow. So far, the supermodel’s selfie with the designer has more than 23,000 likes. But, really, who’s going to argue with her after seeing his gorgeous Spring ’15 lineup?

The collection hit all of Oscar’s signature marks: feminine, unfailingly polished, lush with color. Less conventional, perhaps, was its youthful spirit. Kloss wore fringed brogues with her lace tee, shorts, and gingham coat, and there was no shortage of midriff-baring looks, best among them an abbreviated A-line top and full three-quarter-length skirt in white and black broderie anglaise.

De la Renta found inspiration in the outdoors, setting the scene with oversize gingham in pink, baby blue, or black, before launching into florals, which were positively everywhere—pinned to the neckline of a subtly sensational petal pink dress; hand-tatted in bright shades of yellow and red on an airy crocheted shift; and, because the house has embraced seasonless-ness, planted intarsia-style on a mink bolero or embroidered in whole bouquets on a white Persian lamb coat.

Gorgeous, all of it, but as Bill Clinton might’ve once said, It’s the eveningwear, stupid. (Stuffed toy elephants were perched below every seat, gifts from the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation to spread the word about poachers.) The celebrity stylist seated next to this reviewer snapped a picture of a strapless cocktail number in sequined and feathered marinière stripes. It wasn’t the only dress that will soon find its way to the red carpet. The other top contenders: a gold sequin bandeau and matching ostrich feather-embroidered ball skirt, and a light pink silk faille off-the-shoulder crop top perched above a narrow, citron yellow silk faille skirt. Hard to resist all that joie de vivre.

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Styling, Photography and Text : Kent Harley Oñes Model : Nicole Ashley Gundran Shoot location : Vandalized wall, College of Communications ( COC ), Polytechnic University of the Philippines ( PUP ). Styling, Photography and Text : Kent Harley Oñes
Model : Nicole Ashley Gundran
Shoot location : Vandalized wall, College of Communications ( COC ), Polytechnic University of the Philippines ( PUP ).

DANDY UP YOUR STREET CHIC LOOK BY WEARING A BLACK V-NECK SHIRT AND PANTS WITH SHIMMERING CRYSTAL SHARDS ORNAMENTED SHOES.

Harley’s Fad Tip : Accentuate you look by wearing black shades and waves of blue green nail polish for a better vibe of your attitude.

 

 

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Dandy up your street look by wearing a black v-neck shirt and pants with shimmering crystal shards ornamented shoes.

HARLEY’s FAD TIP : Accent your look by wearing black shades and waves of blue green nail polish for more vibe of attitude.

Styling, Photography and Text : Kent Harley Oñes

Model : Nicole Ashley Gundran

Shoot location : Vandalized wall, College of Communications ( COC ), Polytechnic University of the Philippines ( PUP ).

MEGA MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2014

KATHRYN BERNARDO, MAJA SALVADOR, ERICH GONZALES, JULIA BARETTO

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  • Photography: Mark Nicdao (At East Jed Root)
  • Art Director:
  • Creative Director: Suki Salvador
  • Stylist: Patrick Galang
  • Assistant Stylist:
  • Hair: Jing Monis
  • Make-Up: Robbie Pinera
  • Sittings Editors: Peewee Reyes-Isidro
  • Shot on Location: Mattanu Private Game Reserve, Northern Cape, South Africa

We at MEGA welcome you to 436 pages of pure unadulterated fashion with the MEGA September 2014 issue.

Since 2011, MEGA has celebrated the ‘January of Fashion’ with a bang flying across continents to give our readers the best of the international fashion landscape. And every year, The MEGA September issue keeps getting better and better. Multiple covers, fashion editorials and beauty narratives were shot in landmarks such as the Red Square in Moscow, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben in London, Iceland’s floating glacier lagoons, the Escadaria Selarón and the iconic Cristo Redentor statue in Rio de Jainero, and Machu Picchu in Peru. Asking ourselves how to top last year’s September issue was a question that gave us an answer only after months and months of brainstorming. And then it occurred to us, the origin of culture, South Africa.

Almost 12,000 kilometers away from Manila, MEGA flew to the African continent with four cover stars that would create one of the most iconic covers in Philippine fashion history. They are the Philippines’ hottest and brightest young stars Erich Gonzales, Julia Barretto, Kathryn Bernardo and Maja Salvador. All at the top of their game, each of these four girls have already made their respective marks in the industry, but they admit it wasn’t as easy as they, along with everyone else, thought it out to be. In their 20-page story for MEGA’s September issue, Erich, Julia, Kathryn, and Maja share what it’s like to compete in the wilderness that is show business. They shared how  wilderness full of hopefuls and veterans all fighting their way to and back in the limelight, a jungle known as show business.

In this day and age  where originality is a blurred concept in the world of fashion, we ask which ideas are creations and which ones are simply inspiration. Where did these ideas originate from? This month, we tell you untold stories of the roots of the greatest ideas in the world of fashion—the world’s first people. Our September issue takes inspiration from the originals: the history of Africa. We celebrate the tribes, the safari landscapes, and ecstatic bold prints the continent is known for.

Beauty does not take a backseat in the Big Fashion Issue as we meld it with style. From makeup and hair to health and wellness, our beauty features this month show you how to stay beautiful and stay ahead of the pack. Set against the beautiful and vast African landscape, our beauty editorials for the month of September will captivate you and show you how to stand out in neutral-colored settings.

We are celebrating 436 pages this September, and it only gets better year after year. Every flip of a page opens you to enthralling images that provoke as well as highlight not only the latest trends but also the beauty of South Africa. Expect a lot of exciting changes, intriguing stories, unexpected images, and so much more, starting with your own copy of the September Big Fashion Issue.  Peewee Reyes-Isidro, MEGA’s new Editor-In-Chief, said it perfectly, “What you are holding now, dear reader, is the product of that dream, all 436 pages of it.”

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ERICH GONZALES, JULIA BARRETTO, KATHRYN BERNARDO, MAJA SALVADOR

  • Photography: Mark Nicdao (At East Jed Root)
  • Art Director:
  • Creative Director: Suki Salvador
  • Stylist: Patrick Galang
  • Assistant Stylist:
  • Hair: Jing Monis
  • Make-Up: Robbie Pinera
  • Sittings Editors: Peewee Reyes-Isidro
  • Shot on Location: Mattanu Private Game Reserve, Northern Cape, South Africa

We at MEGA welcome you to 436 pages of pure unadulterated fashion with the MEGA September 2014 issue.

Since 2011, MEGA has celebrated the ‘January of Fashion’ with a bang flying across continents to give our readers the best of the international fashion landscape. And every year, The MEGA September issue keeps getting better and better. Multiple covers, fashion editorials and beauty narratives were shot in landmarks such as the Red Square in Moscow, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben in London, Iceland’s floating glacier lagoons, the Escadaria Selarón and the iconic Cristo Redentor statue in Rio de Jainero, and Machu Picchu in Peru. Asking ourselves how to top last year’s September issue was a question that gave us an answer only after months and months of brainstorming. And then it occurred to us, the origin of culture, South Africa.

Almost 12,000 kilometers away from Manila, MEGA flew to the African continent with four cover stars that would create one of the most iconic covers in Philippine fashion history. They are the Philippines’ hottest and brightest young stars Erich Gonzales, Julia Barretto, Kathryn Bernardo and Maja Salvador. All at the top of their game, each of these four girls have already made their respective marks in the industry, but they admit it wasn’t as easy as they, along with everyone else, thought it out to be. In their 20-page story for MEGA’s September issue, Erich, Julia, Kathryn, and Maja share what it’s like to compete in the wilderness that is show business. They shared how  wilderness full of hopefuls and veterans all fighting their way to and back in the limelight, a jungle known as show business.

In this day and age  where originality is a blurred concept in the world of fashion, we ask which ideas are creations and which ones are simply inspiration. Where did these ideas originate from? This month, we tell you untold stories of the roots of the greatest ideas in the world of fashion—the world’s first people. Our September issue takes inspiration from the originals: the history of Africa. We celebrate the tribes, the safari landscapes, and ecstatic bold prints the continent is known for.

Beauty does not take a backseat in the Big Fashion Issue as we meld it with style. From makeup and hair to health and wellness, our beauty features this month show you how to stay beautiful and stay ahead of the pack. Set against the beautiful and vast African landscape, our beauty editorials for the month of September will captivate you and show you how to stand out in neutral-colored settings.

We are celebrating 436 pages this September, and it only gets better year after year. Every flip of a page opens you to enthralling images that provoke as well as highlight not only the latest trends but also the beauty of South Africa. Expect a lot of exciting changes, intriguing stories, unexpected images, and so much more, starting with your own copy of the September Big Fashion Issue.  Peewee Reyes-Isidro, MEGA’s new Editor-In-Chief, said it perfectly, “What you are holding now, dear reader, is the product of that dream, all 436 pages of it.”

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