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MODEL wearing Sassa Jimenez and Monster headphones

Monster recently unveiled its newest batch of headphones at a party at Opus in Resorts World Manila.

The highlight of the evening was the fashion show that showcased the brand’s newest offerings.

Styled by Lil Padilla-Sumayao, models at the event wore clothes from brand partners Diesel, Mizuno and Sassa Jimenez with Monster headphones to match.

MONSTER iSport

Diesel’s groundbreaking collaboration with Monster resulted in the Diesel VEKTR headphones, a great choice for edgy men. Melding the worlds of fashion and music, VEKTR provides users with a comfortable and stylish listening experience.  VEKTR headphones come with a distinctive VEKTR touring case in black canvas (P17,500).

Sports brand Mizuno was a great match for Monster iSport sweatproof and washable in-ear headphones. The first Monster headphones designed specifically for superior audio performance that does not fall out of the ear, iSport headphones are perfect for athletes. These are fully washable, letting sports fans make sure they are fresh and clean for the next workout (P12,000).

Diamond Tears headphones, which were created with J.Y. Park, complimented Sassa Jimenez’s gowns on the runway.  Monster says these headphones are “edgy like diamonds, smooth like tears.” Diamond Tears-Edge headphones look like jewelry—they’ll make you feel like royalty (P21,000).

DIESEL VEKTR

Models rocked U-Boat watch with the Inspiration line, which features high-performance noise canceling over-ear headphones. They come with interchangeable headbands in a multitude of different colors and materials, letting users express them.selves. Available in either  titanium, pearl white or the special silver edition (P21,000). Interchangeable headbands are sold separately at P1,500.

Inspired by fashion icon Gwen Stefani’s unique brand Harajuku Lovers, Monster also created three special Harajuku Lovers headphones—Harajuku Super Kawaii (P3,550), Wicked Style (P4,250) and Space Age G (P5,650).

At the event, Monster’s Benjie Martinez and Jacqueline Joaquin gave away Monster Inspiration headphones to lucky guests.

Monster headphones are exclusively distributed in the Philippines by Eleksis Marketing Corp. and are available in Abenson, Automatic Centre, Power Mac Center, Switch and Electroworld.


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