Backstage PassBy Isabel Roces
Whether you’re looking to have a party that makes the headlines or an event your guests will talk about for years to come, the organizer at the top of the list should be Ferdi C. Salvador, Manila’s party planner to the stars and expert on all things upscale.
By Cheche V. Moral
There’s a certain kind of attitude and swagger—the French way of doing things.
KnockoutBy Ria Prieto
A few months ago over lunch with Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho, I was explaining to them how I feel that I develop wrinkles overnight. They both said I had nothing much to worry about because I have good skin, but then Hayden noticed that I have some bumps that can be removed through laser.
By Carmencita S. Sioson
Francis Kurkdjian’s desire to tell beautiful stories and his curiosity about people and raw materials allow him to “go beyond the simple fact of creating fragrances,” says Marc Chaya, CEO of Maison Francis Kurkdjian.
Makeover 911By Kinny Salas
Bulgari Fragrances are known for being unobtrusive, classy and understated. It’s a scent one can smell only when one is within two feet of the person wearing it, and the smell is clean. For summer though, I want to add “fresh” to that mix, which its fragrances seem to lack.
By Raymund Isaac
Some of us don’t know the basics of fragrance. Normally, fragrance is divided into two kinds, oil-based and alcohol-based. Most fragrances that fall under the oil-based category are normally called perfumes, while the alcohol-based fall under eau de toilette. Colognes are a different story. The term is loosely used to sell perfume for men. Instead [...]