Congratulations @penshoppe @jeffbacons for thinking of this wonderful campaign. Proceeds from this t-shirt go to the anti-bullying education program for teachers in the Philippines.
My name is Victoria Herrera and I proudly support #IamDifferent, the Anti-bullying campaign of @penshoppe. It’s okay to be different. Different is good. I AM DIFFERENT.
Be part of the movement.
The fan was on point.
Photographed by Art Alera
My history- hosting Philippine Fashion Week TV in 2010-2011 with Sarah Meier.
Photos by Art Alera and Eunice Alera
Published in my book, Unscripted.
I’ll be hosting the Digital Youth Summit this coming October 5-7. Organised by Mano Amiga and supported by Facebook, this conference will be happening in Manila in order to promote a more conscious and responsible use of the online space.
Me and my business partner slash soul sister have been working quietly for two years in Hong Kong.
Been learning incredibly tough lessons as an entrepreneur but now I’ve come to a place where I feel confident to build.
In Manila now building more things.
I’m always a work in progress. But I like it.
Been incredibly busy in Manila but finally got to see this. Me, @missjanedee and @karriebit share our favourite HK spots to the folks in 🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭 for Style Weekend (Manila Bulletin.) I love to do this and am looking forward to connecting more dots between these two homes 💜💜💜 thanks @ilardeliza x
Last year in Tokyo, I interviewed Takashi Murakami on the day his exhibit, 500 Arhats, was to be revealed to the public. And when I say interviewed, I mean it in the sense that I threw out the list prepared questions and flowed into a present moment conversation between me, him, and his translator (she’s dope by the way.)
Takashi is a busy man after all. It was his first exhibit in Tokyo in over 10 years, and as we were walking around the Mori Art museum, he was being greeted left and right by executives and press.
Continue reading “Work: Takashi Murakami | Geek Mythology”
I haven’t had much time to update my blog recently as I’ve been on the move. But this is something that I wanted to share for the longest time…
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing yoga guru, author, and speaker Mark Whitwell at the recent Asia Yoga Conference in Hong Kong. It was my first assignment for Yogi Times, and I learned so much during the process of researching and writing this piece.
While I haven’t focused on writing for media as much as I used to (I’ve become more involved in my own business and catering to clients the past couple of months), I do love the fact that I can easily jump back into the craft when I am inspired.
I also feel like every time I am assigned to write something, it’s pretty relevant to what I’m supposed to learn in that phase of my life. This article pushed me to learn more about yoga, working from the heart, and connecting with myself and others. It gets pretty deep, but I hope you guys like it xxx
Click this link to read the full article ❤
Hello self-promotion! I normally feel shy and self-conscious when I talk about my work, but this time I don’t really feel that awkward. Maybe because this shoot isn’t about “me!” but more about my relationship with my older sister Teresa.
Manila-based beauty website Calyxta recently featured me and Teresa as their June cover girls. (Thanks Guys!) I don’t always get to shoot with Ter, especially now that we live in different cities. We are also on different paths, with me on my own solo journey, and Teresa, on becoming a mom.
What I loved about this shoot was that it explored our relationship as sisters in the industry, and revealed new layers about how it was for us growing up.
Click here to read the full article and check out the video we shot after the jump…
Continue reading “Work: Calyxta Cover Shoot”