bro­ken so­cial scene

We round up a few every­day mil­len­ni­als from around the city, made them wear to­day’s up-and-com­ing youth brands, and see how the gears in their heads turn

Scout - - IN THIS ISSUE - Pho­tog­ra­phy by ARTU NEPOMUCENO Styling by GRACE DE LUNA

“I just don’t want to im­merse in all this neg­a­tiv­ity. Ev­ery­one’s so stuck in the past, but I think I am, too.” JOHN SAN JUAN, 19, MU­SIC PRO­DUCER WEAR­ING TO­MOR­ROW @TOMORROWLABEL

“Change isn’t go­ing to start from the gov­ern­ment, but from the peo­ple. But you know how peo­ple are... they’ll look out for their own wel­fare first be­fore oth­ers’.” NI­CHOLAS UY, 24, FOOT­BALL PLAYER WEAR­ING MEDISINA CLOTH­ING @MEDISINACLOTHING

“I think [the Philip­pines is] start­ing to let go of our no­tion of what hiphop is sup­posed to be, and ap­pre­ci­ate what our lo­cal hip- hop artists are putting out.” BEA TE, 22, DANCER WEAR­ING WSH @WSH _ 13

“Cel­e­brat­ing body pos­i­tiv­ity and self- love isn’t an open in­vi­ta­tion to harm­ful or in­ap­pro­pri­ate com­ments. It’s not like peo­ple ex­press or cel­e­brate their sex­u­al­ity for other peo­ple any­way.” NIKA DI­ZON, 19, ARTIST WEAR­ING GIRL IN TRAN­SIT @GIRLINTRANSIT _

“It’s a mat­ter of per­spec­tive whether the fu­ture will be good or bad, but I think it will be bright as long as we fight for noth­ing but the truth, and to seek love and beauty.” ASSI ABOGADO, 17, STU­DENT WEAR­ING WED­NES­DAY @NOTWITHSTANDINGUS

“We’re too fo­cused on images now. Even if you don’t en­joy a party, you want to be seen in photos hav­ing fun with friends you’re not even close with.” SA­VAN­NAH RAMOS, 23, CRE­ATIVE DI­REC­TOR WEAR­ING PROGRESS @PROGRESSPH

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