Manila dares to go bold and edgy


The metro’s beautiful women stepped out in black and bold fasion statements to welcome the latest collection of New York’s famed Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

Alex Gonzaga

Held at Bank Bar Manila and hosted by luxury retail brand Rustan’s—the jewelry house’s official distributor in the Philippines—the ladies enjoyed trying on Tiffany Hardwear.

The new jewelry collection translated the power and spirit of New York City and the energy of its streets. The result, a collection of re-imagined earrings, rings, necklaces and pendants inspired by the brand’s unisex bracelet from 1971.

In this note, the invited ladies from the world of show business, fashion and beauty arrived in their black ensemble, couture dresses and even leather jackets to match the edge of the new collection—including Erika Kerner and Carolyn Giang, the brand’s vice president for marketing and PR director in Asia Pacific, respectively, who flew in the country to join the celebration.

Finally, fierce female duo “The Zombettes,” comprised of model-DJs Ornussa Cadness and Sanya Smith, supercharged the party with their electronic beats.


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