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The week that was in style: July 22-29

The week that was in style: July 22-29

JULY 26 
With all the fast and furious celebrity engagements we’ve been hearing of, rings are in the spotlight as the accessory for the moment. Those who’d rather opt out of the pear-cut vs. emerald-cut diamond ring debate—and also those who are the furthest from getting hitched anytime soon—but still like having that subtle bling around their fingers, there is now a local jewelry brand that might suit your more refined tastes.

Suki (pronounced “soo-key”) offers pieces in gold, with diamonds, pearls, and other precious gem stones topping them off, all with classic, delicate designs. Their gold jewelry is handcrafted with 14K and 18k solid gold, ensuring no allergic reaction when it comes in contact with your skin and no tarnishing or oxidizing over time. As for their diamonds and pearls, they’re graded H to K color and at least SI1 clarity, and depending on the product design and specs, Suki only uses high-quality cultured South Sea, freshwater, or seed pearls. For their gemstones,  they have pieces with rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. Suki’s distinct style was developed by people who have been in the jewelry business for over three decades, hence the refined taste level one would find with the brand.

Visit  Suki website for more information.


JULY 27 | Whitespace Manila, Makati

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Guess’s three-day fashion and art exhibit #TheArtofGuess Started last Friday, and guests to its opening night were treated to the sights of collaborative works between local artists amnd the international retail fashion brand. Participating artists were Anna Bautista, Anina Rubio, Alessandra Lanot, Jessica Yang, Monica Magsanoc, Steph Alvarez, Kara Pangilinan, Lee Caces, Soleil Ignacio, Raxenne Maniquiz, Archie Oclos, Dee Jae Paeste, and Anjo Bolarda, who each designed a Guess denim jacket to present their vision of what Summer 2018 is to them. All the jackets were up for silent auction, and proceeds will be donated to World Vision. Musicians Brandon Aw, Curstismith, Over October, and Rammy Bitong also joined the exhibit.

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