Vogue Philippines: February 2023
Diversity, evolution, and a little rock ‘n roll fill the pages of Vogue Philippines’ February 2023 issue. On the cover is H.e.r., a Grammy and Oscar winner, who travels all to Cabanatuan to reconnect with her roots. Featured in her homecoming is her family, Nueva Ecija’s sprawling landscape, and pieces by Randolf, Alrey Rosano, and Inno Sotto. Actress, singer, and renaissance woman Nadine Lustre also shares her life’s many passions, from the island of Siargao to flowering plants to her craft. The diaspora is discussed in portraits of 71 models with Filipino blood and a dialogue as well as Australian-based Pinoys. Also in this issue: M3 purveyors Sheila Marcelo and Kevin Yang, design legends Josie Natori and Budji Layug, up and coming rapper Ruby Ibarra, a celebration of red in time for Valentine’s and Chinese New Year, and rockstar remedies that have stood the test of time.
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Vogue Philippines: December 2022 - January 2023
There is much to celebrate as Vogue Philippines waves goodbye to 2022 and welcomes 2023. Vogue gets up close and personal with Anne Curtis as she talks about life in the age of influence. With years in the spotlight under her belt, she continues to translate her charm, wit, and personality into new arenas. “They can see ‘the real you’ even more. It’s a stronger connection,” she says of these new platforms. The spread shot by Mark Nicdao is inspired by Erwin Blumenfeld’s 1950 cover of Jean Patchett.
Vogue Philippines: November 2022
On the cover is 17-year-old Alex Eala, a once-in-a-lifetime talent who waves the Philippine flag proudly on the global tennis stage, achieving what no other Filipino has done before her. With Mallorca as a backdrop, the wunderkind is shot wearing Loewe, Jil Sander, Fumito Ganryu, J.W.Anderson and Nike.
Other superb creatives fill the pages: Michelle Ochs makes a comeback; Rita Nazareno shares the beginnings of Zacarias1925; John-Paul Pietrus’ Francis De Lara introduces a diffusion line; Carlos Arnaiz breaks down design; Bruce Ricketts, Miko Calo, and Jordy Navarra serve up their Butuan heritage; and Carl Jan Cruz becomes Univers’ first local collaborator.
Vogue Philippines: October 2022
This October, Vogue Philippines explores breath, movement, and the skin we are in. Our main fashion story centers on the Filipino concept of ginhawa, a three-act editorial featuring light-as-air fashion pieces, with dancers from Ballet Philippines, on stage at the impressive,new Samsung Performing Arts Theater.
Another dancer, Fifth Wall Film Festival's Madge Reyes is also featured alongside a behind-the-scenes look at the comraderie at the kitchen of Toyo Eatery.
Read this and more in the latest issue of Vogue Philippines.
Vogue Philippines’ Inaugural Issue Introduces Fashion’s New World.
Photographer Sharif Hamza shoots Chloe Magno in a spread that spanned across the country’s three major islands.
Celebrating Filipino identity, craft, and new mindsets, from its opening chapter on National artist for fashion, modern iterations of the Terno to indigenous superfoods and the creative hub that grew in the sleepy surf town of La Union.
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