Arts and Culture

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    The Origin and Evolution of Filipino-Inspired Fashion

    December 19, 2016 12:08 pm by Karla Ramos

    Text by Betty V. Lalana | Photos Courtesy of the Ortigas Foundation Library The origins of distinctly Filipino fashion can be traced back to the humble baro’t saya, which was simply a skirt and blouse, with an additional short wraparound – the tapis, and topped off with a pañuelo (kerchief). […]

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    Nina’s Sketches

    December 16, 2016 1:46 am by Vicki Abary

    Museo Pambata’s Nina Lim-Yuson has found a passion in sketching houses while traveling Celebrated artists Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Rosseau, and Paul Gauguin have several things in common. They are all post-impressionist artists. Their artwork today is worth millions of dollars, though prior to their deaths, they were practically penniless. […]

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    A Carnegie Hall Debut and Farewell to Maestro Ochanine

    December 13, 2016 9:00 pm by Karla Ramos

    By Marjorie Perlas Photos By:  Derek Fahsbender “Performing at Carnegie Hall has a universal meaning in the music world – it is a sort of zenith for performers, a feeling of great accomplishment. For the PPO, it is perhaps even more meaningful since it is the first time in history […]

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    Food Styling 101

    December 8, 2016 9:00 pm by Katrina Castaneda

    Take your styling game to the next level! Don’t we just all love to eat? No matter how hungry we are, whether it’s Mom’s cooking or that bestseller from the resto, it’s been a habit for most of us to pause for a moment and take out our phones or […]