Earlier generations of millennials may remember the concept of sisterhood as told through the pages of a popular book series. But while the Wakefield twins of Sweet Valley High gave us a glimpse of the blood ties of a typical sorority, our cover girls are anything but. As you jump into this issue, you’ll also encounter our bigger theme this month: form. On the cover, we showcase the Fernandez sisters as a celebration of womanhood and everything it entails, even in unexpected forms. They open up about their childhood and experiences growing up, touching on topics that range from sports to entrepreneurship—everything that makes them the women they are today. We also rediscover a distinguished dance organization integral to the country’s cultural advancement and their disciplined practice to keep their art alive; rethink local history within the perspective of cuisine; and take a gander at the possibilities of modern Seoul fare. Inside, you’ll also find the latest flora collection from Mari-Mari, and our own children who pose for a fashion editorial that gives form to our ideas of an enviably halcyon childhood. Northern Living is published by Hinge Inquirer Publications. 4F Media Resource Plaza, Mola corner Pasong Tirad Streets, Barangay La Paz, Makati City. Visit www.facebook.com/ nolisoli.ph now. Follow us on Instagram at @nolisoli.ph and Twitter at @nolisoliph. We’d love to hear from you. Email us at email@example.com. For advertising, email firstname.lastname@example.org.