Tag Archives: women

May 7, 2016

“Mom’s” the Word: The most iconic moms of PeopleAsia

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Being a mom is full-time job in itself, but a mom in the limelight requires superhuman strength to keep up with a never ending list of responsibilities. These women of PeopleAsia show us that it’s all possible, and what you need isn’t a cape and a secret identity, but a loving heart and a long, long line of Continue Reading


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April 20, 2016

Toni Gonzaga: Toni Award

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She’s expecting, and now she’s lovelier than ever. Once a starlet that bloomed into a primetime princess and now a pretty mom-to-be, Toni Gonzaga has all the right values, motivations and philosophies needed to raise a child in this world. She is, indeed, intelligent, grounded and beautiful from head to toe, and head to heart, Continue Reading


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April 9, 2016

The STARCK Difference

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With an inventive touch and an eye for all things pretty and simple, French designer Philippe Starck pairs up with Brazilian footwear brand Ipanema for a whole new collection stocked with slippers, sandals and flats to make any woman feel, so to speak, like she really could be the girl from Ipanema. Ipanema promises us that Continue Reading


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March 18, 2016

A Prelude to Motherhood

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Maria Letizia, that’s her name. Born last November, Maria is Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes’ first child. Turning a tender four months old this March, Maria has only seen the tiniest peep of this world. Maria has a lot to forward to with a mom like Marian. From lessons of humility and love for family to Continue Reading


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March 11, 2016

Nikki Tang: From Hardware to Soft Skin

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Text by MAAN D’ASIS PAMARAN Photography by DAN YUSAY HARVEY | ‘Beautypreneur’ Nikki Tang talks about carving a business plan from childhood lessons learned in her parents’ hardware business. When Nikki Tang took up her Manufacturing and Engineering course at the De La Salle University, she already knew that she was going to set up Continue Reading


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March 10, 2016

On Cue: Mags Cue

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By DENISE H. ROCO Gown, hair and makeup by FANNY SERRANO From model to housewife to entrepreneur, Mags Cue shows how she can easily master different roles as fast as she shifts from one to another. Mags Lopez Calpito Cue wears her heart on her sleeve, a sleeve that won’t ever match the size of her Continue Reading


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March 8, 2016

Grace Poe: A State of Grace

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As the Supreme Court allows Sen. Grace Poe to run for President, PeopleAsia invites you to an insightful interview with the woman who might just be your next president. Here is Grace Poe as PeopleAsia’s Woman of Style& Substance. Text by KRISTEL DACUMOS-LAGORZA | Photography by SHAIRA LUNA When Grace Poe topped the senatorial race with 20.3 million Continue Reading


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March 4, 2016

BEAUTY FIX: Looks Like We Made It!

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By BIANCA VALERIO  | These days, no one can doubt the importance of multi-tasking. In fact, it’s almost expected of everyone that it’s become the norm. However, just because one can juggle tasks like a boss, doesn’t mean that one always looks great while doing them. The term “hot mess” may sound, well, hot, but looking Continue Reading


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February 29, 2016

The Empress’ New Clothes: Anna Sia

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Text by RIONE PALACIOS Hair and Makeup by JUN BALVUENA Glowing in an Ito Curata gown of an unexpected tangerine shade that only serves to flatter her hourglass figure, Anna Sia is every inch a fashionista. Half of my life I’ve been working — beautifying, dressing up women and men,” she opens up — and Continue Reading


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February 28, 2016

Myrna Yao: First Class

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Text by JOSE PAOLO DELA CRUZ | Photography by Dan Yusay Harvey |Hair and makeup by YANA GARCIA Born in a world that was kinder to sons than to daughters, Myrna Yao knew how it felt to be “second class.”But as the little girl from Camarines Norte blossomed into womanhood, so, too, did her dream Continue Reading


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