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MEGA June 2018

Priding itself as the Philippines' best fashion magazine, MEGA is the thinking woman's cross-section of the what's what of style, beauty and lifestyle. With well-curated sections of tailor-made stories from trends to try out now, comprehensive style guides, beauty hacks to learn from and in-depth features, MEGA guarantees to elevate and bring out the very best in you. Allow us to whisk you away in worlds of fantasy through well-produced fashion and beauty editorials that aim to inspire and aspire to as well.

Country:
Philippines
Language:
English
Publisher:
ONE MEGA GROUP, INC.
Frequency:
Monthly
£2.90
£18.16
12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
full circle

The month of June is always a cause for celebration. More than the surface level of globally consumed fashion and the beauty, this is the time of the year that we champion Filipinos who have made great strides in their respective fields for our annual Pinoy Pride issue. This year’s roster may be a mixed bunch, covering the arts, business and entertainment sectors, but one thing is common among them: Their achievements have made them the standards and inspirations we should look up to. In one way or another, they have impacted our lives and influenced us on how to achieve greater and grander goals and more importantly, just to be better in everything we do. This holds especially true in fashion, as we also put the spotlight on Filipino designers…

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1 min
letter month of the

Dear MEGA, Social media definitely plays a huge role on how we interact, communicate, and build relationships in this complex digital age. While it is inevitable to keep your personal life completely private, it makes you wonder how social media can affect your own little world when the relationship you’ve built and shared suddenly ends. One article in particular that struck me was your story on navigating breakups in the digital age. Perhaps it was a little serendipitous for me to chance upon this story as I am actually going through it myself. Breakups are never easy. They always leave a mess that we eventually have to deal with sooner or later. In this case, the real mess doesn’t just involve going through your room and clearing out the tangible things…

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1 min
digital influence

Heart carries herself with grace, style and class not only in her outfit but most importantly in her attitude —@loveheartevangelista on MEGA May 2018 via Both remarkable in their fashion sense and lifestyle. Cheers to more years of friendship Heart and Lovi. —@bluebubbles08 on MEGA May via Proof that women who raise each other up shine even brighter. So true —@sheena_hayati on MEGA May via You deserve it naman talaga. You deserve more blessings and a million readers, followers and supporters! Congrats, @davidguison —@simplyfitz3066 on MEGA Man May 2018 via You deserve to be called as an inspiration because you really are. Cheers to more magazine covers!—@arloudlsrys on MEGA Man May 2018 via Wow! Never thought would see you guys together in one magazine cover—@jiabebeh on MEGA Man May 2018 via…

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2 min
the reunion

Call us incredibly persistent or downright crazy, but we at MEGA really like to shoot for the stars—literally and figuratively. And as it runs deep into the spine of our magazine, it becomes apparent that we don’t rest on just being enough or ticking the bare minimum. This holds very true for the highly-anticipated Pinoy Pride issue we cull annually with much enthusiasm. An opportunity to not only flex our creative and cerebral muscles, the June edition of the magazine is the best chance to showcase the very best that the Philippines has to offer. So, it goes without saying that we aren’t stopping at the best, not now or ever. An endeavour that is in no way a walk in the park, we totally went for it and brought together…

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1 min
for the culture

Filipino fashion is definitely anything but ordinary. From taking over Los Angeles Fashion Week to multiple fashion showcases across the globe, local talent is rightfully making an impact on a massive scale—recognized by their unyielding creativity and fierce individualistic expression. This month, it’s all about the celebration of fashion as we demonstrate the flair of Filipino craft. In Get Ready To Wear, we pay homage to traditional wear translated into the modern across all ages. In Best Buys, we dissect the season’s coolest trends with new takes to the classic pencil skirt, the current runway favored nylon, and the tough hue of army green. For New Kids On The Block, Jeremy Tan makes friends with chaos through his elaborate deconstructed denim creations, while we delve into the intricacies of local…

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2 min
the fusion

20s I SEE YOU The beloved barong gets a modern spin in crisp cuts and playful billowy silhouettes STYLE TIP Channel your inner minimalist with clean, clear-heeled pumps and frayed denim 30s TALES OF TRADITION Get into the local groove with ethnic prints featuring intricate weaving and precise beadwork STYLE TIP Amp up the festive feel with the decorative flair of tassel earrings 40s THE BRIGHT SIDE Striking hues of the spectrum-wide primaries persists with the rule-breaking color blocking trend STYLE TIP Balance a flared silhouette with corsets to give the illusion of an hourglass shape Photography MYK YCO of NEW MONARQ CREATIVX Art direction TANYA MALLILLIN. Stylist ALDRIN RAMOS. Makeup BEA COLET of MAC COSMETICS. Hair RONALD BULLET REYES. Model CARMELLA (ELITE MANILA)…

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