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When it comes to vulnerability, criticism and heartbreak, how do they Shake It Off?

Everyone’s LOcq4l j3j3 gHuÖrl, Mimiyuuuh, lets her freak flag fly this October.

A Style Edit means more than a change in aesthetic; it can mean a personal evolution. And as Jess Connelly’s history in the public eye has proven, an evolution can be a powerful thing.

The three boys of IV of Spades—Blaster Silonga, Badjao de Castro and Zild Benitez—talk keeping balance in the group and in their lives amidst the fame and their creative chaos.

In celebration of Kids These Days, our eyes (and ears) are on musician Jason Dhakal as he talks youth, pride and escaping the grasp of an older generation

June is about pride and independence. And who better showcase these than Cebuana singer and international recording artist Karencitta?

May is about the good and bad of Treat Yo Self culture. So we’re talking to Gabby Padilla about the difference between self-indulgence and self-care

April is about Everybody and Every Body. So who better to feature for the month than singer-songwriter UNIQUE, who—in most aspects—lives up to his name?

This month, we’re celebrating the Nasty Woman, the Filipina and feisty—those who take no BS, are independent and answers to no one but themselves. On our hotseat? Lauren Reid

This month, we’re celebrating the Nasty Woman, the Filipina and feisty—those who are confident, poised and well-meaning. Prime example? KC Del Rosario.

This month, we’re celebrating the Nasty Woman, the Filipina and feisty—those who are genuine, do good, are strong & powerful. Our spotlight? Issa Pressman.

“Does [it] look like I'm trying to hide? Because I'm definitely not,” affirms Mari Jasmine. So if her relative silence doesn’t mean secrecy, what does it actually hold?

“I want to be part of the movement of good content in the digital age,” says Gabbi Garcia. Is she ready for the big leagues? Definitely.

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