beabi, the organizer store recently launched its Limited Artist Edition 2011 Tote Bag and Bag Organizer in collaboration with Manny Pacquiao, Kim Chiu, and Rajo Laurel—three personalities admired in their respective fields.
The three celebrities were asked to design bags that capture their personalities, with part of the proceeds going to their chosen charities: Bantay Bata, Bantay Kalikasan, and Pacqman Partnerships for the Poor.
The bags come in two sizes: medium and large.
The medium sized bag retails for Php 1,395 while the large, which includes a nice zippered pouch is priced at Php 1,695.
Beabi x Rajo Laurel
beabi x Manny Pacquiao
beabi x Kim Chiu
Get them at beabi stores at Greenbelt 5, Robinsons Galleria, SM Mall of Asia, Robinsons Place Manila, TriNoMa, SM North EDSA, Eastwood City, and SM Fairview.
2. house keys
4. pen case
5. card case
6. Puffs tissues
7. Goody comb
8. checkbook, receipts organizer
9. wet tissues
10. Newman’s Own mints
And they all fit into this train case I bought from a trip abroad.
Everyone who sees the bag asks about it, so I decided to bring it in to the Philippines.
It comes in four colors: red and brown, pink, brown, and orange and brown.
They remind me of Globetrotter luggage, minus the price tag.
This train case only costs Php 5,800.
It comes in one size only and measures approximately 12.5″ (L) x 9″ (H) x 5″ (W).
Material is vegan friendly PVC, made in China.
It’s lockable with two magnetic closures, fits an iPad and all your other essentials. Think of it as your little bag of secrets. It also comes with a convenient detachable shoulder strap and smaller strap to attach to your carry-on luggage.
They are currently available at Madison Rockwell (2nd floor, near National Bookstore) and online at http://www.dotcomme.ph/.
Add Php 300 for shipping within the Philippines or pick up at Pepper Lunch Shangri-La or Greenbelt. I do not recommend shipping abroad as I have inquired and it costs almost like the bag itself.
OMG. I’m in love.
If I could marry fragrance, I would marry Margiela’s Untitled.
I don’t really collect perfumes. Right now I have five bottles on my dresser:
• Hayden’s Green Tea and Peony, a gift from Hayden and a favorite of Vicki Belo
• Acca Kappa which is truly sexy on a man or a woman
• Gap’s Close (which reminds me of Patrick Robinson in Tokyo)
• L’Artisan Bois Farine (a fave of Sofia Coppola)
and of course this Untitled by Maison Martin Margiela.
Found a sample at the I.T counter in Hong Kong while I was shopping and I gave it a try.
It brought me back to Houston to the hotel Zaza, which is one of my most favorite hotels in the world.
Zaza had this wonderful fruity scenting that haunts me to this day. I think Margiela’s Untitled comes very, very close to it.
They say scents are a powerful trigger of emotions and memory. When I smell Japanese crayons, I’m back in Grade 3.
When I smell Untitled, I’m back in Houston keeping my cousin Chelo company.
It’s been three years since she passed and not a single week goes by that I don’t think about her.
So these are the things I love in just one bottle: Martin Margiela
Keratin Complex Philippines, along with Orgin8 Media and SM Cinemas, present a special advanced screening of Zombadings 1: Patayin si Remington sa Shokot, on August 30, 2011 (Tuesday), 7 PM, at SM Megamall Cinema 9.
The event will also feature a brief Zombading “beauty pageant” styled by Keratin Complex client hairstylists.
From the makers of Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros comes this critically acclaimed horror-comedy, starring Martin Escuedero, Lauren Young, Janice de Belen, and Kerbie Zamora with the special participation of Roderick Paulate and Eugene Domingo.
Wanna win free tickets to the advanced screening?
Like Keratin Complex Club Philippines on Facebook, and post your name and email address on the wall.
The first 50 people that post on the wall will win 2 tickets each to the premiere.
About Keratin Complex
Founded by renowned stylist Peter Coppola, Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy, is a revolutionary, professional, revitalizing and rejuvenating treatment that penetrates the hair’s cuticle to reduce 95% of frizz and curl.
This advanced formulation smooths hair by infusing 40% percent hydrolyzed natural keratin deep into the damaged cuticle.
Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy is recommended
• to those who do not want stick-straight hair
• to those who want to take away the frizz but not sacrifice the curls
• to those with damaged hair due to bleaching or rebonding
• to those with chemically damaged hair.
Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy takes 2 1/2 hours. The effect lasts anywhere from 3-5 months depending on the client’s lifestyle and original hair condition. For best results, client is not allowed to wet her his/hair up to 72 hours after the treatment.
Here’s good news for those who can’t last the 72-hour no-shampoo rule. Keratin Complex’s Express Blowout is a one-hour treatment that gives you smooth, sexy, shiny hair in a snap.
You are allowed to shampoo your hair after 8 hours the treatment. Effect should last up to six weeks.
Experience beautiful hair with Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy, in any of these top salons:
Emphasis Salon Peninsula
Jesi Mendez Salon
Jing Monis Salon
Justine Barbara Salon
Louis Philippe Kee salons
Manila Polo Club Salon
Salon de Matt
Studio Salon Fix by Alex Carbonell
Toni and Guy Essensuals
Bridges Salon Cebu
Expose Salon Cebu
Pink and Gold Salon Davao
Studio 28 Bacolod
and at selected branches of Bench Fix and David’s salons.
Moleskine’s long-awaited Writing, Traveling and Reading collections, including pens, pencils, bags, reading glasses, cases, reading stands and USB rechargeable book lights.
Designed by Italian designer Giulio Iacchetti, the new collections are compatible with Moleskine notebooks and planners through special clips and holders.
The new accessories retain many of the familiar features of the Moleskine notebooks: elastic band, smooth and rounded corners, black color, “in case of loss” label, and essential, contemporary-classic aesthetics.
Available now at National Book Store. To see the complete range and prices, click HERE.
Here comes another Assumption batch which is not mine and has very good fundraising ideas. It makes me so angry!!!! Arrgh!!
But seriously, I walked into this photo-printed tarpaulin bag at the Pop’s store in the Milky Way building on Pasay Road.
How ingenious! Obviously the design is based on the Banane Taipei.
The bags cost Php 500 each and were produced as fundraising merchandise for Assumption Batch 1990’s high school reunion.
As such, do not expect the highest quality. Some of the bags are well-printed and some are not.
Think of it as an extra shopping tote to save the earth/show Assumption pride/for a good cause. To order, call or text (0917) 530-0866 • (0917) 817-0419 • 892-0941 (landline).