Ali Gui a.k.a Miss A “Life Coach”
Eric Poliquit “Style Diva”
Jigs Mayuga “Hair and Face Master”
FASHBOOK WILL PREMIERE MARCH2,2011 (WEDNESDAY) 10-10:30PM @ GMA NEWS TV CHANNEL 11
Take cue from these ladies when it comes to showing off a little bit of skin!
There’s a new kind of sexy that Manila’s stylish ladies are subscribing to and it’s a throwback to the ’70s and ’80s. First they toyed with showing more through sheer fabrics. Now the girls are getting ahead of the game by showing a sliver of skin!
Cropped tops have been spotted on the likes of Anne Curtis, Solenn Heussaff, and Georgina Wilson, with the gals showing that inch or two of toned tummies. Take sartorial notes on how they match their cropped tops with high-waisted trousers, bandage skirts, or denim shorts. Keeping the waist band of your bottom high is a great trick to keeping your abdomen in check!
SERIOUSLY??!!!!, I THINK SOLENN AND HER FRIENDS SHOULD PUT UP THEIR OWN CLOTHING LINE :D
Beauty. Brains. Breeding. Bucks. Billboards. The 5 Bs sum up the new generation of media-savvy, super creative, multi-hyphenated trendsetters who dominate not just print and web, but are taking over TV screens and the slew of billboards scattered all over the metro. Whether they’re playing DJ at a local hotspot, acting in an indie art film, or jetting off to an exotic European town for a just-for-fun photo shoot, It Girls possess a brand of je ne sais quoi that propel them to capture everyone’s attention.
High profile party girls and society scions like YStyle editor Celine Lopez and real estate heiress Divine Leeheadlined the scene in previous years, gracing fashion shows, magazine covers, and lifestyle pages; also acting as muses to up and coming photographers and fashion designers. These days, new generation It Girls have evolved into women with names that resound in both sosyal and showbiz circles, women who are self-aware enough to turn themselves into actual “brands,” and who know how to tease their audience, leaving everyone wanting more, more, and more.
10. Laureen Uy
9. Isabelle Daza
8. Sarah Gaugler
7. Tricia Gosingtian
6. Saab Magalona
5. Anne Curtis
4. Alodia Gosiengfiao
3. Liz Uy
2. Georgina Wilson
GUESS WHO MADE IT ON THE NO.1 SPOT ……….
1. Solenn Heussaff
You don’t get any more Euro than French-Filipina multi-hyphenate, Solenn Heussaff. Recently launched into showbiz fame by (almost) winning GMA 7’s Survivor Philippines. A former Candy magazine cover girl, this stunning model keeps herself busy booking jobs as a VJ, host, and actress (paired off with Richard Gutierrez in the recent February offering, My Valentine Girls). Typically showbiz? Sure. But Solenn’s allure comes from her seemingly infinite well of talent that goes beyond good looks and acting chops. Looking for substance? This artiste has studied fashion design in Paris, earned enough training in makeup, body painting and prosthetics to call herself a professional make-up artist, is a painter set to hold her first exhibit this year, and has recently signed a recording deal that promises to showcase her high brow, jazzy, soulful crooning. In the meantime, fans fascinated by this siren can catch her on Party Pilipinas, Captain Barbell and Fashbook.