THE epitome of ethereal grace with an air of elegance. With each stride, she leaves traces of mystery and a whiff of a desirable memory leaving men to their knees, all in a frenzy. Indeed, women are a fine specimen.
DEAR ladies, hush the rumors out. Finally, one of the biggest international names in women fashion retail was officially opened on Nov. 19 at the Ayala Center Cebu—the first in Cebu. Welcome, Dorothy Perkins (DP)!
All the way from the United Kingdom, this centuries-old fashion brand (established in 1909), has come down for Cebuanos to experience its great British heritage in the fashion industry. Affordable, feminine and stylish—that’s the Dorothy way.
The American Music Awards took place earlier this week, and the red carpet event saw many celebrities dressed to the nines for the occasion. While looking through the photos, I was actually rather disappointed with how many of the celebs chose to do their makeup. A lot of them wore looks that I thought aged them (foundation too thick, eyelashes too fake) or just didn’t flatter their features. Here are three of my favorite looks from this year’s AMAs.
THE Group 1 delegates of Miss Earth 2014 vied for the pageant’s long gown competition titles at Level 8 Bar in Adnama Bldg, Nov. 17 at the North Reclamation Area, Mandaue City, Cebu. In their refined graces, 28 ladies from all over the world transformed the stage into a galaxy of beautiful creatures. The audience was captivated. And just like stars at the break of dawn, three beauties shone the brightest among the rest.
LILAS Binisaya Film Festival will open at 5 p.m. today with Ang Manok ni San Pedro, one of the highest-grossing Cebuano films. Written by Marcos Navarro Sacol and directed by Joe Macachor, this Cebuano classic stars Esteban Escudero, Teresa Diez and Porcing Torrevilas and was produced by the Arong brothers.
To open the festival, cocktails will be served at 5 p.m. today, Nov. 28, in the historic Cine Oriente Theater 1. Opening ceremonies will start at 6 p.m., followed by the screening.
Christmas is indeed in the air, figuratively and literally speaking. We can almost smell the aroma.
Everywhere you set your eyes on, decors are there: blinking multi-colored lights, Christmas trees and nativity scenes, among others, made of recycled, brand-new, indigenous or imported materials.
CEBU'S biggest and loudest sale event of the year made every shopper’s dreams a reality last Nov. 14-15 and stole the scene all weekend long.
The promise of big discounts and awesome promos filled every corner of the mall with families, friends, couples and all kinds of shoppers.
AFTER a little over a year since opening its first restaurant in Parkmall, followed by its branch in Capitol, Cebu’s own Choobi Choobi restaurant has now opened a third branch along Panagdait Street in Mabolo, near Castle Peak Hotel.
“Choobi Choobi Mabolo is intended to serve residents in Cebu City who find our Parkmall branch too far for them,” said Stan Tanchan, Choobi Choobi president.
WHEN wish lists start pouring in, you know the holidays are just around the corner. Give great gifts at fantastic value by setting your calendars to buy at the perfect time—the Quest Hotel and Conference Center’s double one-day only sale.
SM City Cebu and SM City Consolacion will give you more reasons to shop this Holiday season.
Beginning Nov. 28, SM Supermalls are open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. until Dec. 30, 2014.