Kapamilya beauties glam it up for October mags
Maja opens home; Kim gives fitness tips
MANILA, Philippines -- For the month of October, several Kapamilya beauties unleashed their glamorous side for the country's top magazines, showcasing the latest in fashion, fitness and celebrity living.
On fashion magazine Preview, ABS-CBN talents as well as those of competing networks joined forces for the gatefold cover of the publication's October 2012 issue.
Donning "cool classics" -- the ubiquitous denim and the timeless crisp white top -- comedienne Melai Cantiveros, actress Jessy Mendiola, "It's Showtime" host Karylle, primetime princess Kathryn Bernardo, former child star Shaina Magdayao, "Umagang Kay Ganda" host Iya Villania, and powerhouse singer Angeline Quinto, are joined by other endorsers of the clothing line Bench for the Jeanne Young-shot cover photo.
The fresh-looking beauties were styled by Liz Uy and Daryl Chang, with Vince Uy as creative director.
In the October 2012 cover of fashion magazine Mega, meanwhile, Angel Locsin talks about her "staying power" in show business. Her regal appearance on the publication's cover -- donning black and looking every bit a superstar -- was photographed by Mark Nicdao.
Elsewhere, on the cover of fitness magazine Total Fitness, Kapamilya actress Kim Chiu looks sporty in a red-orange top and a white skirt. In the magazine's October 2012 issue, the primetime star talks about her fitness regimen.
Along with Quinto and Sen. Lito Lapid, two-time Best Actress awardee Maja Salvador opens the doors to her home in the latest issue of StarStudio magazine.
This is the first time Salvador has shown her home since joining showbiz 10 years ago. Along with a tour of her three-storey residence, the Kapamilya actress also talked to StarStudio about recent changes in her life.
Also featured in the October 2012 issue of StarStudio is a behind-the-scenes, all-access account of the goings-on at the recently held annual Star Magic Ball.
The special double-cover issues of StarStudio is now available on newsstands.