by Ludovic EHRET The caviar on the menu of Michelin-starred restaurants may come from an unexpected place: China. The country has endured embarrassing…
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Ria is a content creator, creative consultant, and stylist. She draws from her 19 years in the publishing industry to lead the Lifestyle.INQ team in creating fresh and original features on the latest and most relevant topics. Her creative background began in Summit Media and includes being the fashion & beauty editor of Candy for five years, and styling the covers of major fashion & beauty publications. She was also the editor-in-chief of Inquirer RED. She pens a Philippine Daily Inquirer column, Ria Recommends, where she tackles her personal take on trends and key lifestyle reports. Growing from this is her online platform, riarecommends.com, where she shares her continuing passion to cultivate a taste for both the curious and the classic. In 2018, she established Ria Prieto Company for consultancy services.
Carmencita or Cit started as a contributing writer and stylist for Philippine Daily Inquirer (PDI) in 2008 and for various fashion magazines. In 2012, she took on the role of editor-in-chief for LOOK Magazine, while also styling local celebrities, fashion editorials, and print ads. She has co-authored books under Inquirer Lifestyle's LOOKbook series. Currently, she’s the fashion and beauty editor for LIfestyle.INQ and co-founder of lifestyle brand Ta LouLou.
Jed is a visual artist, writer, and editor. With an extensive, decade-long experience in publishing and media as copywriter, fashion stylist, creative consultant, and other leadership roles for various editorial titles and commercial clients, he presently leads multimedia content production of men’s interests, art, and lifestyle and culture at large for Lifestyle.INQ, as one of its core team of editors. In 2014, as editor in chief, he led the seminal redesign and rebranding of Scout magazine, successfully reintroducing it as an authentic and pioneering voice of youth culture in the Philippine media landscape. Previously, he was a fashion and beauty editor at Candy magazine, editorial director for online and social media for Bench, and contributing art writer for CNN Philippines Life. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from the Ateneo de Manila University. (Photo by Ralph Mendoza)
Features & Copy Editor
Olivia’s first day as an editorial assistant happened exactly a week after she graduated cum laude from De La Salle University with a degree in Literature. The year was 2014 and that stint for a local youth culture magazine and celebrity style website honed Olivia’s skills in writing for both print and digital media. In 2015, she joined the Inquirer Group of Companies as part of the pioneer editorial board of Preen.ph. Here, she further sharpened her online content creation instincts by writing breaking news stories and various features plus producing different shoots. She was also a contributing writer to Inquirer’s sister brands including Scout, Northern Living, Southern Living, and Inquirer RED. As the Features & Copy Editor of Lifestyle.INQ, she follows through her eagerness to discover only the best in beauty, travel, and food with that off-the-cuff perspective.
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