Bea Alonzo, one of the most established female actresses of her generation, headlines the Statement Issue of Metro Magazine this month.
From the young innocent ingénue, to the complex Basha, to the endearing Betty, to Gelai in “Magkaribal,” and finally Andeng in the primetime hit “A Love to Last,” Bea has charted her personal development through the roles that she plays, each one marking a milestone in her career. In this issue, the ever-endearing lady talks about embracing womanhood and the many transformations that have led her to where she is now.
To honor one of the tastemakers in fashion, Metro also gives recognition to Rocky Gathercole, designer extraordinaire, who inspires many with his rags-to-riches story—a story of the personal hardships he had to endure to reach his dream of becoming a fashion designer.
Also, get to know the next ‘it’ girl Jessica Wilson, who steps out of working behind-the-scenes to claim her spotlight.
Sarah Meier dissects Melania and Ivanka Trump’s style in her column, #SarahSays, showing how the two have been making various statements through their sartorial choices.
Also in this issue, Metro navigates the pre-fall season through the beauty and fashion pages—from fresh new ways to rock the classic smoky eye, to chic and youthful styling ideas for the readers’ next getaway. Get tons of style inspiration for transition dressing, from the homespun décor trend, to max volume, to sharp blazers, kitschy prints, and pleats—a perfect way to set the mood for Metro’s Big Fashion Issue next month.
Check out all these and more in Metro’s August 2017 issue, now out in major bookstores and newsstands for P150. Digital copy is available via the NoInk app downloadable in Google Play or the Apple App Store. Like Metro on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Metro.Magazine) and follow Metro on Twitter and Instagram (@MetroMagPH) for more updates.