“Memory feeds imagination.” — Amy Tan
Creating a beautiful story behind each and every charm, internationally acclaimed Hoseki, one of the country’s premier designer jewelry salons, recently unveiled its latest collection dubbed Charming Memories through an exclusive by-invitation exhibit at the Makati Shangri-La. Led by the award-winning Hoseki team composed of visionary founder Faico, corporate communications director Zabeth Co and creative designers Shamaine Ng and Knoi Esmane, they treated guests to a spectacular artistic spectacle with their awe-inspiring collection featuring rare pieces such as intricately-designed miniature charms like bags made of crocodile and ostrich leather and the stunning solitaire ring with real diamond and margarita cocktails with pearl olives.
Jewelry connoisseurs, society’s crème de la crème and other designers witnessed the artistic and seamless weaving of art and jewelry as models presented the breathtaking Charming Memories collection while beautiful belly dancers gracefully grooved to the exotic beat, adding drama to the show. Telling a great story behind dazzling charms, Hoseki truly knows how to preserve special memories and makes them last a lifetime.
(Hoseki stores are located at The Podium in Ortigas and SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City. For inquiries, call 634-1736 and 556-0134)
Christmas in Boracay
Savor the exciting holiday season by the beach as The Boracay Regency Beach Resort and Convention Center, the first triple-A resort located along the white beach, treats you to a grand Yuletide feast with a Christmas Eve dinner buffet and a special New Year’s Eve buffet for reasonable prices. Each package is complete with spectacular fireworks display and excellent entertainment.
(For inquiries, call 523-1234 or log on to www.boracayregency.com)
Merry Christmas and birthday greetings to our celebrators today, Maritess Lopez, Fritz Azanza, Wellington Soong and STAR’s Mary Ann Reyes.
Advance birthday greetings to socialite Dely Ongsiako, Marion Salonga, palangga Maurice Arcache and Jose Luis Yulo, Dec. 22; Donald Marshall, Dec. 23; Grace Gallego, Dec. 24; Joyce Ramirez, Dec. 25; businessman Macario “Cary” Rufino, Jun Campillo and socialite Mely Hechanova, Dec. 26; Jayelles president Roselle Rebano, business executive Boy Guevara and Fil Estate chairman and CJH DevCo president Robert John Sobrepeña, Dec. 27.
So how was your week?
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