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Top 10 #MetroMostStylish2018: Joanna Preysler Francisco

 

 

It’s easy to admire Joanna Preysler Francisco’s style, because she has been on most stylish lists for over a decade. The founder of Tint, Carbon, Eterno, the Joanna Preysler boutique, Provenance Art Gallery, and Othello, along with husband Raul Francisco, is a busy working mother. Her children are mostly grown and Joanna is the ultimate mom that can be mistaken for their sister.

Joanna is an eclectic dresser. Inside the September 2017 issue of Metro Society magazine, she looked radiant in ball gowns. When she attends events, whether in a long black lace dress or a deconstructed white number, she always stands out—not least due to her bright smile. In her day-to-day life and on Instagram, you’ll often find Joanna in fashionable blouses paired with jeans and high heels. In white, black or blue (her go-to colors), her blonde Barbie-doll looks shine. She radiates confidence.

 

We’re starting the Top 10 #MetroMostStylish2018 reveal at @metrodotstyle and @metromagph. Opening our Top 10 list is best-dressed lady Joanna Preysler-Francisco (@joannapreyslermanila), the woman who has delighted fellow fashionistas with Othello, her line of genuine croc leather bags, and boutiques, Tint and Carbon. At work and at play, and each and every day, Joanna lives out her brands’ fashion philosophies: being confident in your own style, and letting the world know it. ?Read about Joanna, and all other Top 50 Metro Most Stylish ladies at Metro.Style. Click on the link in our bio for instant viewing. • Video by @thekabog?Photographer @dookieducay?Makeup @samtungul?Hair @francisguintu?Wearing @carbon @louboutinworld • Join the countdown with us at @metrodotstyle as we unveil the rest of the Top 10 Metro Most Stylish. What’s more, you can get the full story of our Top 10 best-dressed ladies at #MetroFebruary2018, so stick around for more updates.

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According to writer Katrina Stuart Santiago in Metro Society, “As a child, [Joanna] would watch, in fascination, her parents getting dressed to go to parties. She would be left behind to play with her mother’s makeup and accessories, something that made her decide to be a fashion designer as early as seventh grade. But it is her grandmother who was truly an inspiration for Francisco. ‘My grandmother Pacita had a fantastic sense of style. She’s a tiny woman, like 4’11. But she walked into a room like she was six feet tall–and her personality was six feet tall.’ Francisco smiles." Just like her grandmother, it’s Joanna’s winning personality that rounds out her total look.

 

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