in

Kultura Celebrates Every Filipina

Reigning Ms. Supranational Philippines, Pauline Amelinckx dazzles in a cropped terno top with bright floral appliques, and DSWD Undersecretary and Hope for Lupus Founder, Atty. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar combines the traditional and the modern with a denim jacket hand-embroidered by the T-boli tribe and a silk tulle skirt from Kultura.

Kultura Celebrates Every Filipina this Women’s Month in honor of their invaluable contributions. Highlighting a diverse group of advocates championing various social and environmental causes, each #CelebrateEveryFilipina woman embodies dedication, resilience, and courage, as she redefines empowerment and inspires pride in our identity.

Kultura’s prestigious list includes Environmentalist and Mind Nation co-founder Cat Triviño, DSWD Undersecretary and Hope For Lupus founder Emmeline Aglipay-Villar, Congresswoman and Lawyer Margarita (Migs) Nograles, rheumatologist Dr. Geraldine Zamora, vegan cookbook author Jeeca Uy, children’s book author and event host Pauline Amelinckx, fashion model and influencer Shaha Meta, and theater artist Gab Pangilinan.

Congresswoman Atty. Migs Nograles prefers versatile clothing like a floral embroidered terno blazer and Rheumatologist and medical professor Dr. Geraldine Zamora’s elegant Filipiniana ensemble features a gold mestiza top, yellow laser-cut skirt, and baroque pearls.

Beyond their accomplishments and advocacies, they are also women of style – fashion independents who are proud of our cultural heritage and creatively mix traditional and modern pieces from Kultura.

Environmentalist and Mind Nation co- founder Cat Triviño advocates for sustainability alongside mental health awareness and accessibility. She is committed to creating a more eco-conscious, inclusive world that reflects the multifaceted nature of the Filipina. Cat shows her edgy and adventurous side with a black laser-cut terno bolero and red buntal clutch from Kultura.

Environmentalist and co-founder of Mind Nation Cat Trivino shows her edgy and adventurous side with a black laser-cut terno bolero and red buntal clutch from Kultura and a supporter of culture and the arts, Gab Pangilinan in a cropped terno top with traditional embroidery and a modern black laser cut skirt.

Lawyer Emmeline Aglipay-Villar advocates against human trafficking, while also serving as founder of Hope for Lupus, which raises awareness of this uncommon disease. A lover of local weaves and traditional artistry, she opts for a denim jacket hand-embroidered by the T’boli tribe and elevates it with a silk tulle skirt.

Congresswoman and Lawyer Migs Nograles empowers others in and out of the office through her platform “Paano Ba Attorney?” which educates the public by providing free legal advice. Due to her busy schedule, Migs prefers versatile pieces like a floral embroidered terno blazer which she can easily dress down with denim; or dress up with an elegant skirt or slacks.

Jeeca Uy in a beige terno top paired with a delicate pink and white laser-cut skirt and Shaha Meta wears a hijab, a long sleeved pinasilk peplum top with a demure neckline and a buntal bag accented by a black agate.

Rheumatologist and medical professor Dr. Geraldine Zamora promotes health equity by serving medical ward patients and raising funds for their procedures. Swapping her usual doctor’s coat for Filipiniana, Geraldine wears a Yakan weave opera coat with terno sleeves, complemented by coral jewelry. Her formal Filipiniana ensemble features a gold mestiza top, yellow laser-cut skirt, and baroque pearls.

Vegan cookbook author Jeeca Uy inspires us to make healthier food choices. An advocate for buying local produce whenever possible. Just as she actively promotes Pinoy food, Jeeca shows her support for Filipino fashion and chooses a beige terno top paired with a delicate pink and white laser-cut skirt for an ultra-feminine look.

Widely known as an events host, Pauline Amelinckx has also published a children’s coloring book focused on marine conservation. Her dedication to inspiring youth communities highlights her commitment to shaping a new generation of Filipinas. As the reigning Miss Supranational Philippines, she wears Filipiniana clothes with ease and elegance, like this terno top with bright floral appliques which reflects her radiant personality.

Model and influencer Shaha Meta is breaking barriers by promoting modest fashion as a statement of empowerment. With this, she inspires women to take pride in their identity with grace and style. Shaha wears a hijab, a long-sleeved piñasilk peplum top with a demure neckline and a buntal bag accented by a black agate.

A staunch supporter of culture and the arts, Gab Pangilinan aims to promote and sustain all aspects of theater acting. Beyond a profession, theater for her serves as an escape; it heals, inspires and showcases the abundant talent of the Filipino. Just as she supports the performing arts, Gab takes pride in her heritage and mixes a cropped terno top with traditional embroidery and a modern black laser cut skirt.

Catch Kultura’s #CelebrateEveryFilipina series on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok @KulturaFilipino and learn more about these inspiring women.

Written by Village Connect

In a world where free quarterly print and online publications rule, Concept and Beyond Publishing (formerly, Tesmarias Publishing) a publisher of Village Connect (VC) stands out as a pillar and a trailblazer, raising the bar for complimentary magazines with quality reads that are tailored to discriminating Filipino urbanites.

As a print and digital publication, VC strives to provide readers an insightful glimpse into the ever-changing business landscape through relevant dialogue and inclusive coverage of trending news, information, and lifestyle tidbits within (and outside) the metropolis.

On a bigger scale, VC identifies and promotes Philippine innovations in various industries and connects them with Manila’s young and upbeat populace.

Since its founding in 2011, VC emerged as a household and business name, with a monthly circulation of 50,000 copies distributed FREE in Metro Manila, VC is targeted toward select villages, multi-dwelling outfits (condominiums, serviced apartments), banks, and lifestyle facilities including salons, wellness institutes, and beauty and fitness centers. It is also exclusively carried by Figaro Coffee Shops in Metro Manila – truly living up to its goal of connecting villages and businesses.

“Get Connected and Join the Conversation”

Connecting villages to the urban world where villages and businesses come together. Your information hub for urban and corporate living.

Should you have further queries, please feel free to contact us at the telephone number, (02) 7255-1092 or mobile numbers: (0916) 704-7815 or (0939) 592-7990 or visit our website: www.villageconnect.com.ph

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading…

0

Robinsons Appliances Opens Third Digital Store in Antipolo City

Cebuana Lhuillier reignites commitment to empowering lives this Fire Prevention Month