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22 student designers to present creations at graduation show

DRESS by Kylie Griego JAV VELASCO

Every year the Fashion Institute of the Philippines (FIP), together with YKK Philippines, attempts to make the dreams of budding fashion designers come true with their annual graduation fashion show. As in previous years, this year’s show will feature the most creative of the batch.

Posted: October 1st, 2014 in Headlines,Home and Entertaining,Lifestyle Stories | Read More »

Shutterbug club shares its passion

THE FOUNDING members of the Leica Club of Manila: Benjo
Campomanes, Jake Lagonera, Billy Mondonado, Francisco Balagtas,
Joey Antonio, King Reyno

When Billy Mondonado decided to put up the Leica Club Manila, he and other founding members wanted to create a club that represented their passion for photography and love for the legendary photography equipment. Coincidentally, the club was formed last May on the same day Leica celebrated its 100th anniversary.

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Muji launches Ultrasonic Aroma Diffuser

THE ULTRASONIC Aroma Diffuser gives
off a scented drymist to fill the room with a
relaxing, fine fragrance.

The Zen lifestyle is a holistic experience involving all senses. Design concepts and home décor can create a serene look that gives one an escape from the hustle of the city.

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Milo Naval’s Binalot Chair

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Furniture designer Milo Naval is in a phase in his career when design bears a social conscience—and wit.

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If these stones could talk

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WILD ducks owned by a Malaysian collector.

Suiseki is a Japanese word which means water (sui) and stones (seki). It is derived from the word sansui-seki, which means stone with a total landscape or scenery, or depiction of an object, such as animal, plant, popular person or figure and the like. It originated in China and was introduced in Japan by the Buddhist monks in the 15th century.

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