Mega's most stylish ladies in 'The Magazine Show'
() - April 17, 2010 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Mega magazine unveils its new look in its April issue featuring the Ten Most Stylish women who fearlessly test the boundaries of fashion with their imagination. 

Today,  editor in chief Sari Yap, along with two of the Ten Most Stylish Ladies Mai Kauffman and Nikki Luna, will be guests on The Magazine Show from 12 to 1 p.m. on NU 107 FM.  They will talk about art, design, fashion and other passions.

Founder, president and CEO of Mega Publishing Group Sari Yap was also concurrently the editor in chief of Mega and Lifestyle Asia.  With her remarkable contributions to the magazine industry, Yap was recognized by the Filipino-Chinese Confederation of Business and Professional Women of the Philippines (Fil-Chi) as one of the empowered women of the Philippine society who are exemplary  models of tenacity, determination, drive and ambition.

As a clothing and interior designer, Mai Kauffman now has the title of being one of Manila’s best dressed to add to her already stylish resume.  She is also the co-owner of the furniture store Kauffman Auction Retro Modern Antiques (KARMA).

Nikki Luna recently successfully sold her painting in Sotheby’s in Hong Kong. She is also the founder of the nonprofit organization StartART, a group that gives art lessons for free to sexually abused women.

The Magazine Show is hosted by lifestyle photographer and Aloha Boardsports free-surfer Mark Dimalanta and model Raya Mananquil every Saturday from 12 to 1 p.m. on NU 107 FM.

ALOHA BOARDSPORTS FILIPINO-CHINESE CONFEDERATION OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN OF THE PHILIPPINES HONG KONG KAUFFMAN AUCTION RETRO MODERN ANTIQUES MAGAZINE SHOW MAI KAUFFMAN MARK DIMALANTA MEGA AND LIFESTYLE ASIA MEGA PUBLISHING GROUP SARI YAP NIKKI LUNA
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