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Liza Soberano and James Reid Hit the Red Carpet in Los Angeles

The two attended an event annually hosted by Gold House to honor the Asian and Pacific Islander community of creatives

Gracing the first annual Gold Gala in Los Angeles are none other than Fil-Am artist Liza Soberano, who is believed to be brewing something on the side for an upcoming project in the U.S., and Fil-Australian actor/singer James Reid, who is now pursuing an international path as a music artist in Tinseltown. 

The pair represented the Philippines at the Gold House’s function, which seeks to foster the commercial success of the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) community by initiating and innovating programs that will propagate API creatives and companies.

On her Instagram account, the actress imparted a series of snaps of her moments at the inaugural meeting.

“Had a great time at Gold House’s 1st Annual Gold Gala in Los Angeles,” she conveyed in the caption.

Dressed up by stylist Perry Tabora, Liza donned a subtle yet sophisticated modern terno by Anthony Ramirez and complemented it with diamonds from Tessera Jewelry and a black Neil Felipp bag. 

James, on the other hand, shared a handful of selfies and group shots to his ‘gram stories, typing in #GoldGala and tagging Liza. He sported a Paisley & Gray ensemble, as styled by Sky JT Naval. Finishing his look were a fine lapel pin from Van Cleef & Arpels and a leather pair from Kenneth Cole.

The two were also accompanied by Jeffrey Oh, the CEO of the James' music label, Careless. 

James recently moved to the City of Angels to carry on with his music career. He landed in the city last February, receiving nothing but the warmest of welcomes from his new home. He is handled by Transparent Arts, an LA-based label company and artist collective that gathers Americans and Asians for their global platform.

Liza, on the other hand, is speculated to be preparing for an upcoming U.S. project, although announcements have not been made yet by her, her Star Magic management, or her manager Ogie Diaz.

Lead photos from @sthanlee