Be­hind the Scenes

We in­tro­duce this year’s Gen­er­a­tion T, five of whom land spots on this month’s cover

Philippine Tatler - - CONTENTS - PHO­TOG­RA­PHY Shaira Luna ART DI­REC­TION An­ton San Diego STYLING Monique Mad­sen SET DE­SIGN Princess Anne Bar­retto MAKE-UP Al De Leon, Raf Mañosca, and Ryan Wong of Mac Cos­met­ics HAIR Jay­mar La­hay­la­hay and Cats Del Rosario

The day started early for the Philip­pine Tatler team and crew; the dy­namic and en­er­getic vibe in the stu­dio could be felt the minute one en­tered the room. With Bruno Mars and Drake blast­ing in the back­ground, the set was lit and ev­ery­one was wired—amped up for what was ex­pected to be a long day of pho­to­shoots. But with ev­ery­body ar­riv­ing on time and with such a vi­brant group of young peo­ple—from the pho­tog­ra­pher to the hair and make-up team—the hours flew right by and the shoot ended ahead of sched­ule. The cover sub­jects, to­gether with ev­ery­body on set, found plenty of time to ban­ter around and get to know one an­other. Laugh­ter filled the room as the gentle­men spent down­time crack­ing jokes.

The se­lected cover sub­jects work in dif­fer­ent fields— Cris Vil­lonco-Valder­rama for theatre arts, Va­nia Ro­moff for fash­ion de­sign, Ed­uardo Zo­bel for vis­ual arts, and Ian Paradies and Eric Dee for food and bev­er­age—so there was def­i­nitely a lot to be learnt from each one.

The cover sub­jects, all from Gen­er­a­tion T’s 2017 batch, took their turns for hair and makeup and gamely fit­ted clothes from brands such as Comme des Garçons, Ba­len­ci­aga, and Brooks Brothers. For the full pho­to­shoot and story, turn to p. 170.

The dy­namic and en­er­getic vibe in the stu­dio could be felt the minute one en­tered the room


The ‘T’ statue that set de­signer Princess Bar­retto and her team spe­cially built and as­sem­bled on lo­ca­tion for this shoot

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