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WATCH: Angel Aquino Presents Herself With Neither Guise nor Guile

The actress goes day drinking with Esquire, and this is what happened.
IMAGE Joseph Pascual
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There are many amazing things about actress, model, mother, scene-stealer (you saw the movie, right?), and Woman We Love, Angel Aquino.

There are things that surprise such as how she looks like a bright, young thing despite being 46 years old.

IMAGE: Joseph Pascual

There are things that are immediate such as how she presents herself with neither guise nor guile—what you see is what you get, which can be a rare thing in a job where your main task is to pretend to be someone else. 

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There are things that unfold like the way she trusts a person, who is maybe asking very interesting questions about breaking away from heartbreak and kissing a (young) man and also a woman. 

IMAGE: Joseph Pascual

IMAGE: Joseph Pascual
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That last bit may have something to do with the one thing we really, really like about her: that, upon invitation, she wholly and fully partook in the lovely activity called day drinking. (Sorry, boss!)

We'll stop talking now and let you decipher the glorious mysteries of Angel Aquino below: 

In this story: Photographs by Joseph Pascual • Interview by Sarge Lacuesta • Styling by Clifford Olanday • Makeup by Renen Garcia • Hair by Rhoda • Production assistants Elyssa Christine Lopez and Ednalyn Magnaye Garcia

From topmost: Navy top by Labo.Art; green dress by Labo.Art; green coat by Aeron; white shirt by Niu; all at Tryst, Power Plant Mall

 

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