These homegrown joints are taking it upon themselves to boost and fortify budding communities.
Hidilyn Diaz and Nesthy Petecio blaze the way with the first-ever multi-medal win for the nation since 1932, a much-awaited breakthrough made even more memorable by the victories of Filipina women.
Laureen Uy and Rei Germar show how content creation has evolved over the past few years.
Soothe yourself with a mix of electronic music and R&B.
Based outside the Philippines, these Filipino-owned homeware brands are setting shop elsewhere while incorporating their roots in their designs.
Curtismith can always be counted to set off sparks especially when it comes to rethinking modes of expression.
Are there some ideas that can’t be communicated in contemporary art’s current framework?
With the support of La Prairie, the Centre Pompidou presents its first major exhibition dedicated to women artists called “Women in Abstraction.”
In the age of woke-washing and performative activism, artist Joshua Serafin breaks the norm by performing his truth through dance.
What is home? Where is home? Is it a real or imagined place?
From photo dumps on the now-defunct Multiply to documenting demonstrations mid-pandemic, photojournalist JL Javier shares how he captures stories of life and the human experience.
Following in the footsteps of Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp, the Call Me by Your Name star is the latest actor to take on the role of the iconic chocolatier.
It's the one where the whole gang gets back together.
On the way to Tulum, as she wraps up various campaigns and photo shoots in LA, Kelsey Merritt talks about her modeling journey and what it takes to be going places.
Natalia Zobel connects sand, surf, and spirituality through Inara, her exclusive boutique hotel in Siargao.
Recess co-founder, Paulina Ortega, welcomes us to her home. While she's at it, she offers a view of her headspace — a place she cultivates by keeping a balance between moments of movement and meditation.
Vianca Soleil takes us to Unna, her secluded eco-resort in Puro Island, Philippines, where she can pass the time from sunrise to sunset in complete abandon of her former life’s frantic pace.
How does a dance community thrive in a world where being physically present around each other is no longer the norm? We speak to Shayna Cua, owner of Nude Floor to find out.
L'Officiel Philippines speaks to Sean Bautista of transit records to find out how they've been getting people moving—whether that's during pre-pandemic club nights to their virtual parties in 2020-21.
Photographer Andrei Suleik and filmmaker MV Isip capture an intimate glimpse of our cover star—all chronicled through a smartphone.
We give you a little primer on our March 2021 cover stars.
Algorithms and infodemics obscure facts and stifle expression, but these titles show that press freedom still prevails in print and code, in all shapes and color, in the Philippines and beyond.