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Now fashion

Bea J. Ledesma (The Philippine Star) - August 30, 2013 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - There’s an indefinable something  a fast-fashion zeitgeist, you might call it  that separates this generation from any other. Make that a mix of online influence, insta-trend phenoms and the now-now-now sentiment driving these fashionable young things. YStyle caught some of the stylish tribe walking the mall at SM Aura over the weekend.

 

Photos by CYRUS PANGANIBAN

Makeup by Yciar Castillo, Vanessa Estor  and Joan Ricablanca for MAC Cosmetics

Hair by ALEE BENSON

Shot at SM AURA

 

Bea de Jesus, 25, Freelance graphic designer/ Sune co-owner

 

“My style is very laid-back, with a mix of boyish and clean silhouettes. I like playing with contrast and throwing in a few vintage pieces.”

 

 

Carla Apostol, 23, Marketing intern at BPI

 

“My style is chameleonic and climate-driven. I dress according to my moods, which are either: eager to dress up, or lazy. And well, weather is key. Never fight the weather.”

 

Debbie Lupango, 26, Buyer/visual merchandiser for Shelter/ Sune co-owner

“My style is easy, relaxed, with a little bit of skin — I like having an undone, loose feel to what I’m wearing. I’m normally in black or white and I’m drawn to simple and versatile garments.”

 

 

Nina Villanueva, 21, Model/entrepreneurship senior at Enderun Colleges

 

“When it comes to style, I would describe myself as a chameleon. I can be girly one day, edgy the next, it all depends on the mood or the occasion. However, when it comes to picking an outfit, comfort is my first priority. I believe that you should not only look good in the clothes that you wear, but also feel good and comfortable in them.”

CARLA APOSTOL DEBBIE LUPANGO ENDERUN COLLEGES JOAN RICABLANCA NINA VILLANUEVA VANESSA ESTOR YCIAR CASTILLO
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