Leading the pack is PREVIEW Magazine's super fierce cover with Supermodel of the World winner, Danica Magpantay in a killer Jerome Salaya Ang ruched bodysuit. The New York-based Pinay model brings it on in with a mannish updo and pouncing stare. Although Preview does this kinda late (other magazines have already featured Danica in their covers), it's still better than never.
|Photography: Jeanne Young; Art Direction: Vince Uy; Styling: Daryl Chang; Makeup: Jake Galvez; Hair: Buern Rodriguez|
The second spot goes to MEGA Magazine with pretty actress Maricar Reyes taking the frontline in sleek and boyish wardrobe by Robinsons Department Store. Although chic-ly androgynous, Maricar still looks charmingly soft, and very refreshing.
|Photography: Lope Navo; Art Direction: Suki Salvador & Mica Santos; Styling: Angela Alarcon & Jose Daniel Castillo; Associate Styling: Miel Villamor; Makeup: Krist Bansuelo; Hair: Mike Bawa|
There's nothing new with Cherie Gil looking like a man, but I am a fan of this great character actress. Drawing inspirations from the likes of James Dean, Marlene Dietrich, and her own character, the drug-pushing lesbian Kano, in Ishmael Bernal's 1980 opus "Manila By Night (City After Dark)," Cherie Gil wears fall 2011's new androgyny in this issue by SENSE&STYLE.
|Photography: Sara Black; Styling by Hector Reyes; Makeup by Pong Niu (MAC Cosmetics); Hair by Jerry Javier (LÓreal Proffesionel)|