New in style and beauty

Photograph courtesy of Levis

By TDT

5 days ago

90s style makes a comeback
Levi’s is bringing back its SilverTab, the 90s fashion-inspired collection that features baggy styles from the hip-hop and the skateboard scene.

The 2022 collection brings back the quintessential attitude of the 90s, showcasing the original silver-colored tab on the pocket of the denim and the SilverTab backpatch in the form of oversized jeans, Truckers, and shorts, as well as oversized graphic tees and tops, and accessories.

Shop the collection on levi.com.ph, select Levi’s boutiques, and department store nationwide.

photograph courtesy
of the body shop

‘Glow up’ with Vitamin C
The Body Shop’s Vitamin C range is getting a glow up!

The brand squeezed in even more Vitamin C into its formulas, now with concentrations of up to 10 percent and made with at least 90 percent ingredients of natural origin.

Naturally-derived ingredients include the Amazonian camu camu berry extract which are antioxidants that protect the skin from free radicals; and the Bakuchiol which is said to help improve the appearance of uneven pigmentation and skin texture.

All of these good skin food are infused in The Body Shop’s Glow Revealing Serum, Daily Glow Cleansing Polish, and Glow Boosting Moisturizer.

Available at The Body Shop stores and on its online store thebodyshop.com.ph.

Photograph courtesy of fb/bench

Bench Fashion Week is back!
The highly-anticipated Bench Fashion Week will take stage anew from 30 September until 2 October at The Playground of Bench Tower.

BFW will feature looks from the Suyen Corporation’s roster of brands such as Bench, Human, Kashieca, Cotton On, American Eagle Outfitters, and Assembly, as well as works of designers Proudrace, Sassa Jimenez, Ziggy Savella, Piopio, Jerome Lorico, Rhett Eala (2017), Vania Romoff, Joey Samson, Ivarluski Aseron, Dennis Lustico (2018), JC Buendia, Seph Bagasao, Mark Bumgarner, Albert Andrada, and Japan’s Mihara Yasuhiro (2019), and collaborations with designers Patty Ang, and New York-based designers Rafe Totengco and Willy Chavarria (2019).

The fashion show serves as a platform for local designers to uplift the country’s very own Fashion industry since 2017.


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