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We in the RED team agree that luxe means ex­pen­sive and of high qual­ity. But I’ve also re­al­ized that luxe can mean dif­fer­ent things to dif­fer­ent peo­ple.

Yes­ter­day, I wore a terno, made by Ivar Aseron, for the first time, and I hadn’t thought I would enjoy wear­ing one as much as I did. It felt luxe. I had told Ivar I didn’t want any bead­ing, and know­ing it would be my first and last terno, it bet­ter fit me whether I gain or lose weight. If I might say so my­self, he de­signed the best terno. It was com­fort­able, well-de­signed, and cre­ated with im­pec­ca­ble work­man­ship. Yes, those to me de­fine luxe.

Ul­ti­mately, I be­lieve luxe is some­thing you can ex­pe­ri­ence. Aside from well-de­signed items, I also enjoy eat­ing good food and just hang­ing out in a beau­ti­ful place with good com­pany.

In this is­sue, we try to cover as many kinds of lux­u­ries as pos­si­ble. In fact, be­cause Christ­mas is just around the cor­ner, we’re fea­tur­ing some gift items that any­one would love. And be­cause time is lux­ury, we’ve made it eas­ier to find them, as they’re avail­able only in Rus­tan’s. We also have a travel story that shows the lux­ury of gain­ing dif­fer­ent per­spec­tives within the same coun­try, as told through the lens of Gab de Leon. Then, chefs Chele Gon­za­les and JP An­glo share their fa­vorite things and most mem­o­rable meals—other forms of lux­u­ries, re­gard­less of whether they’re sim­ple or ex­trav­a­gant.

Our choices af­fect the qual­ity of our lives im­mensely, so choose well to live well! We hope to help you make the right choices.

My first terno by @ivaraseron and my fave model (left) @bitagcol wear­ing Joey Sam­son. #Fash­ion­ableFilip­inas

Sun­day love. #beach #Philip­pines

Thank you City Su­per for the yummy Gil­lardeau oys­ters. #HK


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