I’ve been a very big fan of Garage Magazine for so long now. I still remember when I first saw the mag at a mall, it was then their first anniversary issue as Piolo Pascual gracing the cover. From there, everything took off! I developed a sense for fashion and totally changed my style and can’t stop thinking about the next issue!
I even got the chance to have my picture taken at Eastwood Mall when they launched the Style On The Street where you can be part of their December/January 2010 issue!
(Oh god, look at me! HAHAHA I was so skinny back then sporting that over-used vest I bought from Bench hahaha! Okay, I don’t want to look at that anymore. lol)
There I got to meet their Style Associate, Edlene Cabral. She was very nice!
I wasn’t able to collect the issue before their Anniversary Issue BUT I did collect every single one from that point, I never missed a beat
(From top left to lower right, Newest - Oldest)
I was always anxious, and still am, to buy the latest issue which comes every other month. But starting this October, they will be releasing their issue by month!
Can’t wait to have every single one of ‘em! My only problem I guess will be where to put all these stacks in my room lol
So to wrap things up because I’m running late for my class, haha
Grab the latest issue of Garage Magazine as Gerald Anderson once again graces the cover!
Go and try to collect every issue and it’s a guarantee it’ll help you build your style to your very best!
Been very busy with other stuff so I’m not really into posting new entries here and with all my class being from 6-9 PM, there’s so little time for things like this. BUT!!! of course, I can always singit this kind of activities hahaha
After watching Burlesque three weeks ago, wow! Everything took off from there! Downloaded a lot of songs from that movie and a lot of Christina’s singles as well! If I were just old enough back at the time she was at the peak of her career, I would’ve appreciated how powerful she was back then, but still she is until now, of course!
Took me a week to finish this, about 2-3 hours a day