Armed with talent and a driving ambition, this crop of cool kids have been working and excelling in their respective industries to bring Cebu into the future, all while embodying a style statement that makes work look good.
A gender-swapped version of last year’s female chefs and foodies, Zee Lifestyle turns the spotlight on these attractive culinary hobbyists and the signature dishes they prepare to win over the ladies.
These two might have something brewing, but it's definitely not trouble. From tabletops to countertops, Agnes Huettel and Loida Yu Montesclaros introduce us to their new event styling endeavor and show us why 'Every Day's A Party'.
Starting out as a ready-to-wear business built on bold ideas, Penshoppe has become one of the country’s biggest retail brands, with a roster of "All Stars" that makes them poised to take on the international market. Bernie Liu and Golden ABC are a prime example of how a group who barely had any background on...
Meet Filipino-American Shaun Samson, 31, London’s latest menswear sensation who is carving a strong, steady following for his authentic streetwear designed with a high fashion sensibility.
Zee has a brief encounter with Stephen Gan, the most influential Filipino in fashion
Tory Burch and trusted interior designer Daniel Romualdez talk about how style and inspiration created a flagship store that properly represented the woman behind the name
This year’s set of bachelors project a singular sophistication that is too charming to resist.
Kenneth Cobonpue needs no introduction to Zee Lifestyle readers. We’ve featured him often enough—his repeated collaboration with Hollywood star and activist Brad Pitt, the containers of yin-yang loveseats, croissant sofas, Pigalle beds bound for celebrities’ homes. His latest endeavor is a 324-square-meter lifestyle store carrying his label at Makati’s uber trendy Greenbelt area. Set to...
When an Elite Milano model spins at one of Cebu’s “it” clubs and peels off his shirt to reveal a body that would put Robert Pattinson (and the rest of the Twilight boys) to shame, jaws are bound to drop in unabashed appreciation.
It is very difficult to put 99 years on paper. For one, you don’t get to meet a 99-year-old man everyday. Also, not every 99-year old you meet happens to be an artist.
Jing Ramos writes about the Father of Philippine Contemporary Printmaking, Manuel Antonio Sr.