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Just call it the chocolate milk wars.
We all probably went through a chocolate milk phase when we were kids. Except for the lactose intolerant, the sweetened milk drink is a morning breakfast or afternoon merienda habit for many people. Some of us probably still drink it today as ...
 
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Consider the subtly detailed spring collection of Memo.
It's a great time to buy into fashion. With the wide range of sources at every price point now available to men, improving your style is just a matter of prying your body off your bed and shuffling toward the mall or ...
 
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The legendary designer on what it takes to evolve his quintessentially English brand.
For someone who claims he grew up with hardly any interest in fashion, Paul Smith has certainly made an indelible contribution to it. As a child, his true ambition was to be a racing cyclist—in fact, his earliest style memory has an ...
 
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Simple, versatile, handsome, and made here.
You've found yourself on Made Here, Esquire Philippines' video series that puts the spotlight on excellent finds from local fashion and grooming outfits. Each month, we explore what makes these independent brands tick and what it takes to make their speciality shoe, ...
 
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Which one was your favorite?
There are ways to tell when Christmas has arrived in the Philippines. Come August or September, Christmas decorations will be mingling with skulls and Jack O' Lanterns in the malls. Then, Jose Mari Chan will blaring through loud speakers. Come November, everyone will ...
 
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A fond look at homegrown brands, from Mighty Kid in the 1980s to Ang Tibay in the 1930s.
Today's man might have a shoe closet full of collectible American sneakers in different colorways and bespoke Italian leathers for every occasion, but once upon a time it was all about homegrown brands.The Philippines have had a long tradition of shoemaking with ...
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