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MEGA March 2020

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
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12 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
full circle

When #MakingMEGA started seven years ago in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Machu Pichu, Peru, its purpose was to give our readers a glimpse of how to create a magazine. It aimed to document the challenges and successes of the editorial team and how far they would go to capture the perfect image and produce content for the issue. It also aimed to humanize a cover star and show another side of her—one that is unguarded and raw. While this foundation still holds true for #MakingMEGA now, it has become so much more than that for many of us who have been a part of it. It had brought readers to far off, dream destinations, launched careers, verified stardoms and created memorable, iconic, meme-worthy covers. South Africa, Japan, Morocco, Greece,…

1 min.
heavnly bodies

Many cover stars will go to extremes to get a shot, but Pia Wurtzbach is in a league of her own. Fighting heat, exhaustion, an unforgiving location, a cold and, frankly, extreme outfits, the beauty queen and Making MEGA March 2020 cover star made sure she would get the photos we needed for an iconic MEGA cover. The word tends to get thrown around easily these days, but surely that image of a sexier-than-sin Pia Wurtzbach, dressed in a little gold suit and heels, has been seared into your consciousness for life. Careful. That’s another word that was used a lot during her shoot. Whether it was on the side of a steep cliff, atop the moss-covered rocks where the ferocious Atlantic waves crashed violently upon, or against the stony hill of…

1 min.
the lady's finger

You know the word. The word that spurred a thousand outcries and raised a lot of people’s voices. Yes, that F-Word. Feminist. A word easily thrown around without knowing the actual context. It’s 2020, but we still visualize a woman with temperamental issues and unshaved armpit hair who abhors the very existence of men? “If you still hate the word, it is not the word that is important. It’s the idea and ambition behind it.” This powerful statement was delivered by English actress and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson. In the Philippines, we also have our outspoken advocates, such as Miss Universe, gender equality advocate and cover star Pia Wurtzbach, who unapologetically refers to herself as an “Alpha Female.” Must more women take up space? Why the need to continuously…

1 min.
20s cold shoulder

NOW YOU SEE ME, NOW YOU DON’T Camo’s style cred has been elevated thanks luxury houses like Prada and Louis Vuitton using the print extensively in their collections Graphic jacket and trouser set by JANN BUNGCARAS, Camouflage bucket hat by DKNY,silver chain necklace by H&M,VLTG White leather trainers by CONVERSE STYLE TIP Tailored denim is back and better than ever STYLE TIP Pair a strong piece with equally standout steppers Photography KIERAN PUNAY of STUDIO100 Art direction NICOLE ALMERO. Makeup and hair PAMM MERRERA. Model FENELLA (FARAH MODELS) .…

1 min.
30s switching stance

GOLD LINK Add contrast to a dark ensemble with head-turning gold accessories Black mini dress, gold earrings, chain necklace and white boots all by H&M…

1 min.
40s power through

INFINITY GEM Celestial sapphire is a symbol of wisdom and royalty Red neoprene coat by JOHN HERRERA, houndstooth turtleneck and skirt set by H&M, lucite heels by PRIMADONNA, drop earrings by KLAD JEWELRY STYLE TIP Don’t be afraid to mix metals…