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See How Our #MetroMostStylish2019 Ladies Spent Christmas

Some spent a quiet time at home with family while some preferred to travel. But of course, they all made sure to dress up in special occasion-appropriate outfits in happy prints, bold colors, and holiday sparkles

2019 has been a great year for our Metro Most Stylish ladies. Many of them celebrated incredible milestones, whether in their personal lives or careers, which truly made Christmas this year merrier. It was an eventful one especially for the top 10 personalities who headlined our campaign. 


Heart Evangelista-Escudero launched a lot of collaborations with local and international brands alike, such as Teviant and H&M (for the Giambattista Valli collection). She was also chosen to be part of Vogue 100, a curated list of "distinctive creative voices from around the globe."


Kim Jones has been unstoppable at creating meaningful endeavors and partnerships. Recently, she launched The Fore's showroom, which houses RTW, accessories and décor collections. She also graced red carpet events internationally, such as Glamour's Women of the Year Awards and a Chanel Haute Couture show in New York.  


Bea Valdes has been exploring other creative projects aside from the fashionable and wearable art she has been globally recognized for; she shared the exciting news about a collaboration with sculptor Jinggoy Buensuceso. 


Rocio Olbes-Ressano is a mom-to-be to twin sons. She also co-founded The 'Teh Talks, a panel of dedicated women who compose educational talks and seminars for knowledge, as well as BarsToBears, which collects donated materials for local inmates to create livelihood, to be given to children in need.   


Pam Quiñones and her Qurator styling team has been behind some of the best-dressed looks of the year, such as Bea Alonzo's Modern Filipiniana look for ABS-CBN Ball as well as several of the #Metro30 cover girls. She also launched the clever fashion rental business Vestido Manila that introduces a way for fashionistas to look luxe for less.  


Martine Cajucom and Bea Soriano-Dee are impressive for the feats of their Sunnies brand. They launched their flagship store, Sunnies World, in SM Megamall, which houses all their brands (Sunnies Studios, Sunnies Specs, Sunnies Face, and Cup Point). They also collaborated with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on a limited-edition Sunnies Face kit.  


Apples Aberin is very active with empowering and purposeful events spearheaded by the Unilever brands she handles.


Salome Uy turned 60, and she still looks fabulous as ever! 


Scroll through the gallery below to see more of our #MetroMostStylish2019 ladies and how they spent Christmas: