Without Batting An EyelashBy Maurice Arcache
The grand ballroom of Makati Shangri-La Hotel became the convergence of the visual arts and fashion design one enchanted evening in “When Art Meets Fashion,” organized by Society for Cultural Enrichment, Inc. (SCEI) and Ayala Museum.
KidZania Manila formally introduced its unique educational entertainment concept to teachers, educators and other members of the Philippine academe during the KidZania Educators’ Pod held at The City Club in Alphaland Makati recently. More than 90 child education experts from over 30 schools and learning institutions across the metro learned about the innovative indoor play city, which aims to help students reach their full potential through interactive role-play.
By Cathy Yamsuan
When Olivia Limpe-Aw reaches for a liquor shot first thing in the morning, it means she is working.
By Mon Guinto
First, let me say that we’re a normal family. My wife Karen and I are employed and work nine to 10 hours a day. We have three children; my eldest, Sabine, is an 11-year-old girl, followed by two boys, Matteo, 8, and Basti, 6.
By Cherie Gil
I’m excited beyond words to embark on my next project, a highly acclaimed play about the fashion icon Diana Vreeland, former Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue editor, a woman who almost single-handedly shaped tastes, fashion and even language from the 1960s onward.