Summer style the UNIQLO way
GLOBAL apparel retailer UNIQLO has launched its new and refreshed summer essentials line-up for 2021. Dedicated to making lives easier through clothing, LifeWear is rooted in the Japanese values of simplicity, quality, and longevity. “UNIQLO’s versatile line of summer essentials, made up of shirts, dresses, short pants, and premium and linen items, are perfect for different lifestyles and any type of summer activity whether at home or going out,” said Masayoshi Nakamura, Chief Operating Officer of UNIQLO Philippines, in a statement. For a casual work life there is the Linen Blend Kaftan Dress featuring a linen-blend fabric that provides an effortless style perfect for working at home. For men, the linen cotton stand collar shirt is a versatile basic that is designed for a laid-back or corporate feel. For the home, check out the Women’s Mid Rise Denim Shorts, designed with the authentic and vintage feel of denim, yet come in a mostly cotton material and a good stretch for a comfortable fit; and the Women’s Linen Blend Open Collar Short Sleeve Shirt which comes in off-white, yellow, blue, and navy. Men can check out the Supima Cotton Crew Neck Short Sleeve Shirt, which combines style and function. At first glance, the shirt looks stylish with its looser fit that drapes towards the hem. When worn, the 100% Supima cotton material feels high-quality as its extra-long staple fiber guarantees strength, softness, and color retention. Pair this with the Men’s Easy Shorts (Jersey), a light and cool garment perfect for lounging at home. It comes in a variety of prints for added style. For exercise, there is the DRY-EX Crew Neck Short Sleeve, made with an extremely fast-drying fabric with anti-microbial and anti-odor properties for sweaty situations. Its highly-breathable woven surface keeps fitness enthusiasts cool, while the mesh holes dry sweat quickly. The Men’s Nylon Geared Shorts suit a more rugged lifestyle as it is made with a light and durable ripstop nylon material with an added water-repellent coating. The shorts have an above-the-knee silhouette that makes it easy to move around in, while six functional pockets can carry necessities. For more updates, visit UNIQLO Philippines’ website at uniqlo.com/ph and download the UNIQLO APP via Google Play Store or Apple Store.
CITEM joins first-ever virtual AIFFS
THE CENTER for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM) will bring in 10 Philippine brands for the fully digital edition of the first virtual edition of the ASEAN International Furniture & Furnishings Show VX 2021 (AIFFS VX). Representing the best of Philippine craftsmanship in the home and lifestyle sectors at AIFFS are FAME+ exhibitors Acento Colleccions, E. Murio, Enpekei International, Goltrio, Junk Not, La Galuche, Mejore, Obra Cebuana, Prizmic & Brill, and Stonesets International. Each brand has shown its commitment to paying homage to Philippine culture through their designs. Launched in October 2020, FAME+ is CITEM’s response to the evolving and rapidly digitizing demands of trade and export. The digital trade platform improves the searchability and discoverability of its over 200 exhibitors from the home, fashion, and lifestyle (HFL) sectors to buyers and design enthusiasts across the globe. Through its digital magazine Touchpoint, FAME+ tells the story of Philippine design excellence as reflected in the materials, techniques, traditions, and people that make these export products. Organized by the ASEAN Furniture Industries Council, the AIFFS will be hosted by the Chamber of Furniture Industries of the Philippines, Inc. and will be participated in by seven ASEAN countries: the Philippines, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Visitors can interact with exhibitors on the AIFSS VX online platform from March 9 to 12, and can still view exhibitor catalogues from March 13 to 18. Visitors and buyers may log on to www.aiffsvx.com to register.
Tiangge Daily Sale at Greenhills this March
THE GREENHILLS Shopping Center — which continues to provide shoppers with everything they need from mobile and technology, local jewelry, specialty goods, everyday essentials, fashion, unique shops for collectibles, to food — is holding a month-long Tiangge Daily Sale where different retail categories will be on sale on different days. The schedule is as follows: Mobile Monday will offer discounts on mobile phones and accessories; Thrifty Tuesday will see promos on essentials such as masks, face shields, alcohol, and more; Wow Wednesday offers great deals on local products like pearls, wooden items, and hand-woven products; Techy Thursday sees price offs on cameras, speakers, laptops, and tablets; Fashion Friday offers a price cut on shoes, bags, and clothes; Savory Saturday specializes on special markdowns on delicacies; and Super Sunday where discounts of up to 70% off are offered on selected items mall-wide.
Cartier reinterprets the Tank Cintrée
FOR THE occasion of the Tank Cintrée’s 100th birthday, Cartier presents a limited edition of 150 numbered pieces, all sold before the launch, illustrating the success of the new editions of Cartier watchmaking’s signature designs. A very faithful tribute to the original model that marks its entry into the 21st century. For this new watch, the Tank was elongated and is characterized by the curvature of its case. Comfort and ergonomics, its name comes from its curved shape which allows the watch to mould itself naturally to the wrist. While the thickness of its case measures 6.40 mm today, all of its signature aesthetics remain: the “rail track,” Roman numerals, apple-shaped hands, beaded winding crown set with a sapphire cabochon and ardillon buckle bracelet. An aesthetic signature that remains unchanged since its creation in 1921, it is a watchmaking classic that is now equipped with a manufacture movement with manual winding, the calibre 9780 MC. In the Philippines, Cartier is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc., and is located at Greenbelt 4, Shangri-La Plaza, and Solaire Resort & Casino.
Comfort by Sealy
ADMIT IT — working from home often means working from your bed. Not the best idea, say some experts. But who wouldn’t look at their bed after yet another Zoom meeting and decide to just lie down and maybe answer some e-mails then take a nap? Spending so much time in bed certainly highlights the flaws that might otherwise have been ignored. A mattress that’s too soft can initially provide comfort but actually lacks the proper support, leading to back pain and other orthopedic problems. On the other hand, a stiff mattress won’t be flexible enough to adapt to your specific body type. So it might be time to upgrade. The Sealy Posturepedic provides quality conformance, comfort and support. Its revolutionary patented spring technology, perfected over a span of 140 years, is the most advanced spring system within the mattress industry. One can choose from a wide collection of orthopedic mattresses and 5-star hotel bed sets. And for those who like working in bed, Sealy Philippines also carries the first and only spring adjustable bed system in the country.
Nuxe offers summer discounts
KNOWN for the cult-favorite multi-purpose dry oil Huile Prodigieuse, Nuxe has curated a three-step guide for one’s summer skincare routine. Plus, it is offering discounts up to 30%. The three-step process starts with cleaning with the Rêve de Miel Face Cleansing & Make-Up Removing Gel which is infused with honey and sunflower or the Rêve de Miel Face & Body Ultra Rich Cleansing Gel that’s also infused with honey and sunflower. It’s texture is thicker and honeyed for daily use on dry and sensitive skin while maintaining the hydro-lipidic film. Step 2 is hydration with the Huile Prodigieuse Beauty Dry Oil that’s packed with seven botanical oils and 98% natural ingredients that gives long-lasting hydration. It also has an anti-pollution shield effect, and now comes in a limited edition bottle for girls on-the-go. Step 3 is to protect your skin by wearing sunscreen like the Nuxe Sun Melting Face Cream SPF 50. Its melt-away texture cloaks the face in an evanescent finish and the notes of sweet orange, tiare, and vanilla. Apply the product liberally over the entire face, avoiding contact with the eyes, 30 minutes before going out in the sun. Reapply frequently, especially after swimming or towel-drying. For more nourished and well-protected lips, apply the Rêve de Miel Ultra Nourishing Lip Balm that combines honey, botanical oils and propolis. From March 13-16, save up to 20% off on Nuxe products in LazMall and Shopee Mall. For a minimum spend of P1,500, get a free Nuxe tote bag, or a free Nuxe deluxe sample for a minimum purchase of P2,500. Buyers also get P50 off on the shipping fee plus P100 collectible vouchers. To top it all off, buyers get an additional 3% off when they buy two Nuxe products and 5% off when they buy three. Meanwhile, customers who prefer to shop in stores can head to Rustan’s Department Stores on March 13-16, and receive a free Nuxe Tote Bag for a minimum single receipt purchase of P1,500 or a free Nuxe deluxe sample for a minimum single receipt purchase of P2,500 worth of Nuxe products. Those who prefer to shop at Landmark (Trinoma, Alabang, Nuvali), Robinson’s Ermita and Look Store at SM Aura can enjoy discounts of up to 30% off on Nuxe skincare products. Promo is also valid in Rustans.com, beautybar.com.ph and lookatme.com.ph.
Rustan’s celebrates Women’s Month
RUSTAN’S The Beauty Source kicked off International Women’s Month with #GRLPWR Make It Happen — a campaign that showcases women’s stories about rising up despite challenges and setbacks. The month-long celebration will include virtual live events featuring local female leaders, with special promos and raffle prizes up for grabs. Following the success of its 2020 run, #GRLPWR: Make It Happen presented Leaders in Heels, an online event, which broadcasted on March 5 at Rustan’s The Beauty Source’ Facebook Page, featured writer and student Nikki Huang; director, entrepreneur, and content creator Janina Manipol; multimedia host and PAWS advocate Joey Mead-King; and journalist, CNN Philippines senior anchor and correspondent Pinky Webb. Next up is Girl Talk with The Beauty Edit’s Nicole Limos on March 12, 4 p.m., via the @RustansTheBeautySource and @TheBeautyEdit.PH Instagram Accounts. She will host the Girl Talk Live together with Jam Avelino, Education Manager of Rustan’s The Beauty Source. Meanwhile, gifts and discounts are being given throughout March and April to loyal customers. Offers are applicable via in-store purchase at any Rustan’s The Beauty Source, through its online site at Rustans.com, or via the Personal Shopper On Call service which now has one universal number — 0917-111-1952. #GRLPWR’s exclusive offers that are valid from March 6 to 15 from brands like Murad, Jo Malone, Perricone, Neal’s Yard Remedies, Giorgio Armani, Maison Francis Kurkdjian, Phyto, Jane Iredale, Mario Badescu,and Laura Mercier. There will be discounts of up to 50% on select Beauty and Fashion brands. Beauty Addict members can earn x5 Beauty Addict points when they shop at Rustan’s The Beauty Source from March 6-15. Every purchase worth P2,500 gets the customer one e-raffle coupon to qualify for the #GRLPWR Raffle Promo where prizes include a Nespresso Inissia Gift Set in Black (3rd prize); Rustan’s The Beauty Source Beauty Exclusive Beauty Kit worth P15,000 (2nd prize); and a P30,000 Shopping Spree at Rustans The Beauty Source (grand prize). The raffle promo is applicable in stores, Rustans.com, and Personal Shopper On Call from March 16 to April 15.
Chris Hemsworth is the new face of BOSS
Actor Chris Hemsworth takes the spotlight as the international face of BOSS, with a new campaign for Spring/Summer 2021. As the brand’s first global ambassador, the Hollywood actor will front fashion campaigns in 2021 and into 2022. Aside from being an actor, Hemsworth is a dedicated environmentalist, and strategically leverages his popularity to draw attention to climate change and species protection. With the appointment of Hemsworth – a passionate surfer who epitomizes a well-balanced lifestyle – HUGO BOSS is taking another step in its casualization process of the BOSS brand. He represents a new vision for the BOSS man, one that redefines what it means to be successful. Lensed by Australian photographer Georges Antoni, the campaign captures the actor in casualwear and eased-up tailoring from the new Spring/Summer 2021 collection, reflecting his easy going character and natural sense of style.