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#MetroMostStylish2019: Apples Aberin


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Apples Aberin, the former model and now the Head of Public Relations of Unilever, is a woman whose compelling beauty and style cannot go unnoticed. Though she may be clad in outfits with relaxed silhouettes and subdued palettes, her strong presence is palpable. And for a brilliant creative who's leading the multinational through a new chapter of growth, carrying herself with such pride, power, and purpose is a requisite for success.

As one of the prominent faces of the company, Apples makes sure to lead the team with her best foot forward every day. For her, that starts with a winning mindset and an equally powerful outfit.

“I’ve always believed that you have to feel good to look good. Even when I’m not at work, I try to be well-groomed and polished to uplift my being. More than anything, I want to give a good impression,” she says.


“When I feel good and look good, it helps me perform better; it makes me feel empowered.”



Photos from @applesaberin


Read more about Apples Aberin and why we love her style in Metro magazine's latest issue, out on stands soon!


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Photography by Gee Plamenco

Creative direction by Chookie Cruz

Fashion editor: Randz Manucom

Production designer: Justine Arcega-Bumanlag

Makeup by Ting Duque

Hair by Brent Sales

Shot on location at Work Folk