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Get Gabby Padilla and Khalil Ramos' new year-ready looks from their January 2020 Wonder cover

Treat yourself? Sure. Show yourself some love? Even better. Swimwear brand Skinni shows us how

In the need of a wardrobe detox? Meet the five foolproof questions I asked myself to cut down my closet to half its size

And just in time for the merry szn  The holidays always bring out the cheer in us—yes, even the coldest of hearts. It prompts us to ease up a bit, smile more and, for some of us, dress on the brighter

Head's up: it's high time to give your most hated fashion items a second chance

Fresh perspectives are always welcome and quite frankly, necessary  If New York Fashion Week Spring 2020 was about diversity and inclusivity, and strong political statements, London Fashion Week is and will always be about new and emerging talent. That’s precisely what

The conversations continue to go beyond fashion and more towards actual change  A few months ago, we wrote about advocating for social justice, and how it’s become cool to care and cool to be aware. But social justice in fashion? It

We explore the relationship between food, beauty and indulgence with showbiz sweetheart Sue Ramirez

We asked. You gave us your answers. Here are the style icons of today, what they symbolize and why people look up to them  style /stīl/noun. a manner of doing something; a distinctive appearance, typically determined by the principles according to

The category is: fashion, drama and homo automata  “Live Design” were the two words that echoed loudly throughout the halls of The Playground at Bench Tower, the venue for this year’s SoFA Grad Show. SoFA, an academe built upon love for

Angela peels back her layers and lets us in on what goes on behind the ‘gram  Wonder Plays Dress Up explores diversity in beauty while trying on the skirt-over-pants look for the chilly new season. But as our chosen subject

A peek into the future of Philippine fashion  “Talent is nice but not necessary,” once wrote Vogue contributing editor Molly Guy. True, because without humility and hard work, you will never be able to realize your true potential. But also

We’re exploring menswear this time around. A how-to, yes, but more than that, Xandro Miguell's journey to self-acceptance  This month, Wonder Plays Dress Up takes on menswear and looks into the idea of how expressing oneself through the clothes we wear

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