Harry Styles lands on the cover of GQ Magazine!

Harry Styles lands on the cover of GQ Magazine!


One Direction member, Harry Styles is on the cover of the latest issue of GQ UK. In a new interview, the singer decided that it was about time to change things for the better in his life.

“I thought that we should be being a bit rock n’ roll, so I stayed up for a few days but realized that I couldn’t hack it.”

“I was partying, then after-partying, going to breakfast and staying up. It got into the third day and I was so tired and delirious.”

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Harry Styles lands on the cover of GQ Magazine!

(MAGAZINE) Chalk Reveals New Look ON Their 13th Anniversary With Daniel Padilla On The Cover

On its 13th anniversary, Chalk magazine is back with another issue and a whole new look, featuring none other than the boy everyone can’t get enough of—Daniel Padilla.  16 pages are dedicated to Daniel and his story of showbiz success—plus, even his on-and-off-cam sweetheart Kathryn Bernardo gives readers a chance to look into what she
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(MAGAZINE) Chalk Reveals New Look ON Their 13th Anniversary With Daniel Padilla On The Cover

(MAGAZINE) What Daniel Padilla And Kathryn Bernardo Revealed on YES! August 2013 Issue!

I got the glimpse of one of the much anticipated issue of YES! Magazine, The August 2013 Daniel Padilla on the cover! Kathniel Im sure wont miss the opportunity to grab a copy of this!  The young actor admits this in YES! magazine’s August 2013 issue. I can’t spill a lot in here because I
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(MAGAZINE) What Daniel Padilla And Kathryn Bernardo Revealed on YES! August 2013 Issue!

(MAGAZINE) Esquire Pays Tribute to The Commander In Chief this July 2013

This is worth our penny! Another interesting feature by Esquire Magazine this July! The inside Story tells about President Aquino’s firm control of the three branches of government during his term and his administration’s “high-risk checklist”, the impeachment of a Chief Justice, a surrendered Ombudsman, separation of Church and State, and the House and Senate lockdown. Also check an open letter of Sasha Martinez to the President with her recommendation of books he might find interesting; Roel Landingin questioned the possibility of having more investment opportunities for middle class Flipinos.

Esquire – July 2013 – Cover

Also in this issue: Erwan Heussaff, Bamboo, Patrick Paez, Atom Henares, Nonoy Froilan, and Rudy Fariñas.

Esquire Philippines July is now available in your newsstands and bookstores nationwide for P195. A digital edition is available via Summit Newsstand at Esquire online via http://www.esquiremagazine.ph, become a fan of Esquire on Facebook via http://www.facebook.com/EsquirePH, and follow them on Twitter via http://www.twitter.com/EsquirePH.

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(MAGAZINE) Esquire Pays Tribute to The Commander In Chief this July 2013

Kate Moss lands on the cover of Allure magazine!

Kate Moss lands on the cover of Allure magazine!


Supermodel Kate Moss graces the latest issue of Allure Magazine. The model opens up about her weight, plastic surgery and her ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp.

Asked why she thinks she is such a powerful inspiration for artists:

“I must be a bit of a blank canvas.Or something.”

In fact, her skills at interpreting the fantasies of art directors and fashion editors make her as much in demand today as she was 20 years ago.

“At a shoot, I’m really aware of everything. When they do makeup, sometimes I can’t see what they’re doing, but I can feel it. I know what I look like, even when I can’t see what they’ve done. I know how to compose myself.”

These days, it takes more than fire and ferocious dogs at a photo shoot to unsettle Moss, but in her early days of modeling, she admits she had some insecurities.

“I didn’t like my flat chest. I was like, ‘Oh, I’m going to have a tit job.’ Can you imagine?” Posing nude was also a challenge. I used to be so scared about ‘Oh, I don’t want to show my body.’ Now that I’ve shown it, it doesn’t bug me about my moles, or ‘This isn’t big enough’ and ‘That’s not smooth enough.’”

Today, very little seems off-limits for the free-spirited Moss—including the intimate details of her self-tanning habits.

“I don’t mind a bikini bottom. My husband likes lines on the bum—men like white bums, like a frame. Like a bull’s-eye?” someone at the shoot asks. “Exactly,” Moss replies. I don’t do it on the boobs, though—I try not to have a white boob.”

Given the womanly refinement of her look today, it’s hard to recall the archetype that Moss embodied in the grunge-rock era of the early ’90s: the waif. After appearing nude in ads for Calvin Klein perfumes in 1993, she became a lightning rod for criticism of the “heroin chic” aesthetic.

“It was horrible, especially the anorexic thing. The heroin, I was like, ‘Oh, it’s ridiculous. I know I don’t do heroin. Just because I wear a bit of black eyeliner that’s smudged….’ But the anorexic thing was a lot more upsetting, to be held responsible for somebody’s illness. I wasn’t anorexic.”

People are forever trying to imitate the Kate Moss look—rarely successfully. To hear Moss describe it, her approach to fashion and beauty is simple.

“I try and be a little bit chic. I wouldn’t wear sweatpants. I wouldn’t wear a twinset.”

Whatever she wears, she makes a point of making it her own.

“With confidence, I think anyone can get a dress and make it their own. I don’t think you should have it off the runway and wear it like they want you to wear it. You know, with their hair and makeup—their woman. I just think it’s boring. You have to make it your own. That’s what fashion is all about.”

Moss is famous for being fun, on the set and off. She married one rock star, Jamie Hince—the guitarist for the Kills—and dated another, Pete Doherty, as well as actor Johnny Depp. Now, some of her best times are spent at home with her ten-year-old daughter, Lila, who has watched The Devil Wears Prada ten times.

“She’s got a desk in her room with a phone…. She puts a little outfit on and picks up the phone: ‘Hello, Miranda Priestly’s office. Can you hold? Patrick Demarchelier on the line!’” Moss throws her head back and cackles. “I died when I heard her do it. So funny. She doesn’t have a clue who it is, but it’s word for word. She wants to be Anne Hathaway.”

Here, Moss dances for photographer Mario Testino, who has worked with the model for over 20 years and calls her his muse.

Never far from the gaze of a camera, Moss says she has learned to deal with fame, sometimes the hard way.
“Never complain, never explain” is the advice her ex Johnny Depp once gave her, and she has put it to use through more than one scandal. She has the remarkable ability to bounce back, and remains one of the few models who can still command a magazine cover, now most often the territory of A-list actresses. “Everyone’s a celebrity. But I’m kind of a celebrity now, so even though I’m not an actress, people know my name. I’m not just a face,” Moss says matter-of-factly.

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Kate Moss lands on the cover of Allure magazine!

(MAGAZINE) Judy Ann Santos, Jodi Sta. Maria and Lea Salonga In July’s issue of Working Mom

Celebrity moms Judy Ann Santos, Jodi Sta. Maria and Lea Salonga are highly recognized names in the entertainment industry these days. They have all made significant marks in the showbiz timeline, even having started at points where they were the little darlings of this generation’s own mothers everywhere. In July’s issue of Working Mom, TV Memory Lane takes you back to the beginnings of these three women to revisit the paths they had taken.

Significant points in their showbiz careers are in the spotlight in the feature “Do You Remember…” From Judy Ann’s breakthrough TV series stint in “Mara Clara” to her recently launched top-rating teleserye “Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala”, Jodi’s tomboyish role of George in 1999’s “Tabing Ilog” to her gaining acclaim as a favorite TV sweetheart in the hit show “Be Careful With My Heart”, and Lea’s young repertory rendition of “Tomorrow” in the musical Annie to her role as a coach in the reality singing competition “The Voice of the Philippines”—Working Mom takes readers to where they first met these three talented and strong women, their best memorable performances and what they have come to be today.

“Do You Remember” names ten of the entertainment industry’s biggest personalities. Aside from Judy Ann, Jodi and Lea, also featured are Vina Morales, Donna Cruz, Manilyn Reynes, Sheryl Cruz, Matet de Leon, Tina Paner, and Angelu de Leon.

Aside from this nostalgic treat, the stunning Amanda Griffin-Jacob lets readers in on her surprising revelations from motherhood and photos from her gorgeous home. The July issue also has the magic words every parent has been waiting for to stop tantrums, plus tips and tricks to lose weight faster, featuring snacks that love you back.

All these and more are in Working Mom’s July 2013 issue, now available at leading magazine stands and bookstores nationwide.

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(MAGAZINE) Judy Ann Santos, Jodi Sta. Maria and Lea Salonga In July’s issue of Working Mom

Jennifer Lopez lands on the cover of W Magazine!

Jennifer Lopez lands on the cover of W Magazine!


Singer, Jennifer Lopez is on the cover of the latest issue of W Magazine, and absolutely beautiful. In the interview, the singer opens up about her childhood in the Bronx.

Her longtime manager, Benny Medina, who has been the greatest constant in her life and who was with us that day, was curious to know if she had gone to a nearby school, across the boulevard from the house. “Is that the way you went to school?” he asked. “No,” Lopez said, looking in the direction of a giant building two blocks away. “But that’s the way I came back from school.” She laughed again and then grew quiet when Medina asked if she wanted to knock on the door of her childhood house. “No. I don’t want to go inside,” she said. “The last time I was in there was when my mom and dad called us home to tell us that they were separating after 33 years of marriage. I think that’s why I was nervous about coming here today. It’s like seeing someone from the past—you’re afraid to run into them because you never know if it’s going to be ‘wow’ or very difficult. This is a combination of both.”

Jennifer moved away 26 years ago, when she was 18-years-old. She went on to study dance at the Ballet Hispanico.

“My mom and I butted heads,” Lopez told me later over the phone from Los Angeles. “I didn’t want to go to college—I wanted to try dance full-time. So she and I had a break. I started sleeping on the sofa in the dance studio. I was homeless, but I told her, ‘This is what I have to do.’ A few months later, I landed a job dancing in Europe. When I got back, I booked In Living Color. I became a Fly Girl and moved to L.A. It all happened in a year.”

After living in Los Angeles, Jennifer admits she missed her hometown.

“I hated L.A.,” she said. “I was asking, ‘Where’s the store for milk? Don’t you guys walk on the street?’ Now I love Los Angeles, but it doesn’t give me strength the way the Bronx did. All the strength that I needed for life, I got from that neighborhood.”

She opens up about her twins, 5-year-olds Max and Emme.

“I think a lot about teaching my kids to work hard,” Lopez said. “I’ve learned something about kids—they don’t do what you say; they do what you do. I watched my parents. My dad worked nights, and I was aware of how much he was doing for us. My mom was a Tupperware lady and also worked at the school. I always felt that I couldn’t let them down. And I had a natural discipline from early on. I was always training for something.”

She’s still talking about that green dress she wore to the Grammy’s on the arm of Sean Combs.

“We had looked at a few dresses, and nothing was right,” Lopez recalled. “My stylist said, there’s this one dress, but other people have worn it. I tried on the Versace and decided to wear it anyway. But I was still surprised by the reaction: When I came onstage with David Duchovny, who was the biggest star in the world then, he said to the audience, ‘Nobody is looking at me,’ ” Lopez said, laughing. “This loud sound started from the back of the room—it was kind of like a roar, over me in the dress. When I went to my seat, I said, ‘What’s the big deal?!’ Puffy and Benny were waiting, and they said, ‘You have to take pictures in that dress.’ ” And so she did.

She loves to work.

“I can remember dancing and singing in front of the mirror in my bedroom,” Lopez said that day, still looking at her former home. “I’ve always had dreams—the dreams have just gotten bigger. Benny and I will get together and plan what we want to do for the next six months, the next year. He knows I love gypsy life—I love to go. Holidays always seem very long to me. After two weeks off, I start saying, ‘Let’s get back to work.’ And I’ve always been that way.”

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Jennifer Lopez lands on the cover of W Magazine!

A naked Beyonce lands on the cover of Flaunt Magazine!

A naked Beyonce lands on the cover of Flaunt Magazine!


The sparkling in  glitter,  Beyonce graces the latest issue of Flaunt Magazine. The photo was actually taken in 2011 as part of her Year of 4 album campaign, but the pictures are just now being published.

In the interview, the singer responds to being named a “gay icon” like Cher, Madonna and Barbara Streisand.

“I’m flattered if I’m in the company of those great women. I think they love that we are bold, unafraid to love, and flaunt our sexuality and strength.”

The feature delves into the singer’s philanthropic side – she gave a quarter million dollars to Hurricane Katrina relief; helped raise $ 1 million to aid Haiti after the 2010 earthquake; and recently signed on to Gucci’s widely successful Chime for Change campaign to promote equal rights for females.

She told the mag:

‘At my concerts I see the opposite. They are engaged in making a difference. We have collected tons of donations that will go towards creating jobs and helping people get jobs.

‘That’s something I want to celebrate. For Chime for Change we raised awareness and over $ 4 million in one day for equal rights for girls everywhere.

‘So many people at that concert were young. They are more socially responsible than they get credit for.’

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A naked Beyonce lands on the cover of Flaunt Magazine!

(MAGAZINE) Bea Alonzo talks about her past and present lovelife in July issue of YES! Magazine June 2013

This July, YES! Magazine pays a visit to one of the best actresses and brightest stars of her generation—Bea Alonzo—in her brand new home located in an exclusive subdivision in Quezon City.


Bea, who is also one of the few celebrities who are able to keep their private life really private, opens the doors of her three-storey sanctuary that took almost a year to build and decorate, in the style of what her interior designer calls “urban Asian glam.”

She also opens up about her father whom she has not met; her early struggles in showbiz; her perennial love team partner John Lloyd Cruz; her first boyfriend, Mico Palanca; her whirlwind romance with Gerald Anderson; and her current love, Zanjoe Marudo.

She reveals that being guarded at the start of her career was her own decision, and it’s again her own decision to open up. “Ayokong magpakilala sa tao—that was my decision, and wala kayong alam sa tungkol sa ’kin. Now it’s my decision to open up. It’s always your choice,” she points out.

The 25-year-old mestiza beauty describes her foreigner father as “the missing puzzle in my life” and John Lloyd as “talagang magaling magpakilig.”

Find out from Bea herself if her favorite leading man attempted to court her.

Also, her recollections of her two failed romances: “A, unang-una, kami ni Mico, hindi talaga kami magkaintindihan,” she says of her first boyfriend.

As for Gerald, she clarifies, “The breakup happened before we went to London.”

She adds, “Parang there was an agreement between us na we were going to act as a couple in London. But after, wala nang talk. Para masaya ’yong last moments namin together. Kasi hindi pa puwede talaga. You and me against the world ang drama. Hindi ko kaya. Hindi ko talaga kaya.”

Bea also looks back at her first meeting with her boyfriend of two years, Zanjoe Marudo.

“Tingin ko sa kanya? Wala, wala lang akong interes na alamin, parang gano’n. Pero alam mo, kasi naririnig ko ibang mga friends niya, na cool siyang tao, na cool siyang kasama.”

And how they became friends and ultimately, lovers: “Nanliligaw naman siya talaga, in fairness naman sa kanya. Pero hindi ’yong moment na ’yong ‘I love you, do you love me?’ Walang gano’n.”

The July issue of YES! magazine also delves into the controversies involving international singing sensation Charice Pempengco, who grants a sit-down interview, as well as box-office comedy star Ai-Ai delas Alas and her husband Jed Salang. Plus, Elmo Magalona’s profile in the Pogi Series.


Be in the know on the latest showbiz updates and happenings when you grab a copy of YES! magazine, now available in newsstands, bookstores, and supermarkets nationwide for only P 100. A digital edition of YES! is also available for international subscribers. For subscription details, visit

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(MAGAZINE) Bea Alonzo talks about her past and present lovelife in July issue of YES! Magazine June 2013

(MAGAZINE) The TEEN SPIRIT of Preview Magazine with Julia Barretto June Issue

Julia Barretto has already got her third (3rd) solo magazine cover after 2 months since she started as a Star Magic talent.

Julia covered the June 2013 issue wearing white top and beige shorts, with an Ombre denim jacket over her shoulders. She was styled by Liz Uy and her hair and makeup was done by Bren Sales and Juan Sarte.

“Julia Barretto heads this wave of the young and style-savvy in luxe street wear pieces— proud to tell the world that she is born ready,” the magazine said in its Facebook account.

As expected from the Barretto clan, the netizens can’t help to admire Julia’s beautiful face that resembles the likes of her aunts- Gretchen and Claudine. The second cover of Julia, Chalk Magazine, will also be available this June in all magazine stands.

(MAGAZINE) The TEEN SPIRIT of Preview Magazine with Julia Barretto June Issue