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Out and About: Nail It! Affordable Luxury Summer 2012 Behind The Scenes

See Nail It!’s first attempt in an advertising campaign for summer. This video contains outtakes and stories behind the concept. This was shot in UP Diliman and Nail It! Rosa Alvero.

Special thanks to:
Trunk Show (http://trunkshowmanila.com)
UP- Junior Marketing Association (http://www.facebook.com/UPJuniorMarketingAssociation)

Music:
We Are Young by Fun. feat. Janelle Monae
We do not own the music used in the video

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Out and About: DIVERCITY


DIVERCITY was a hit. It was a good way to cap off my absolutely eventful Valentine’s week. Since Monday, I had really cool after-school moments and sometimes, those moments occurred even during school hours. In spite of our midterms week, there was no pressure. Lucky week for me! 

We got there a tad bit early so during rehearsals, I got to watch the models ready themselves for the night ahead. I got some cool panoramic photos of the run through. Their creative director was really intense. He was pretty shiny in gold that night. *laughs*

Nail It! had a lounge for free services so guests had the Nail It! experience while enjoying collections from the country’s selected designers. We offered free mani-pedi and massage. It’s a shame I wasn’t able to take more photos but there will be more— I’m grabbing more from Divercity’s photosets soon. 

Here are more photos from the show. The models were really lovely, especially the ones I got to talk to the day before. FaDAL Manila had I loved all the collections especially the ones from Jaz Cerezo and Santi Obcena, who coincidentally was celebrating his birthday that night.

Here’s a still from DJ Cal taken from my phone. I foursquared this photo while I was in Whitespace Manila. Good mixes, impressive taste in music. You should definitely book her. She made some pretty remarkable stunts on the runway, too. (You should have been there else, you won’t get this.)

UPJMA Publicity Event team— these college kids made this event happen. They made sure we were updated and accommodated. Looking forward to more tie-ups with you.

This is our second major event with UP Junior Marketing Association (UPJMA) and we’re happy to give as much support as we can. These are the VIP Invites we provided them with which double as coupons to free services from Nail It!. 

DIVERCITY was uber fun— not only was it a fashion show of different Filipino designers, it was also an event to celebrate the LGBT community.

(c) Fashion Firewoman

Some photos are from DIVERCITY’s Facebook page

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UP Junior Marketing Association
and
Fashion Designers Alliance | Make-up designary | UP Association of Clothing Technology Students | Pure Beauty | Sprint Asia Beauty | Nail it | UP Babaylan | Wet n wild |
In cooperation with
El Hombre Tequila | Toska Vodka | Glosons | Party Shaker | Sole Academy | Queer Archers Alliance’ | Trunk Show
Proudly Celebrate
DIVERCITY
18 Feb. 2012
WHITE SPACE MAKATI
8 PM
Witness a one-of-a-kind fashion show featuring the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Community. Ready your closets as we celebrate their unique contribution to the fashion industry. Go all out and enjoy the show and cocktails free of charge. You can’t go wrong with the style in this city.
Featuring designs by:
FaDAL MANILA
Jaz Cerezo | Lizanne Cua | Ulysses King | Noelle Llave | Dave Ocampo
Gerswin Qua | Cheetah Rivera | Levenson Rodriguez | Mark Tamayo
Cherry Samuya Veric | Paradigm Shift by Karl Leuterio & Mike Magallanes
Veejay Floresca | Nico Agustin | Santi Obscena | UP ACTS | Sole Academy | Trunk Show Manila
Beats by
DJ OHM R of BED Manila
DJ Cal of Androgyny Productions
Admission is free.
Our media sponsors:
DZUP 1602 | Mellow 94.7 | Magic 89.9 | SteadyCab Productions | heyweeqender.com | Clavel Sneaker Magazine | Spot.ph | ClickTheCity | 99.5rt | DZUP Radio Circle
Supported by:
UP EURO | UP SPECA | Proud to be LGBT | University Student Council | Business Adminisration Council | AIT Student Council | DLSU Santugon | STRAP | Association of Biology Majors | Alyansa | College of Home Economics Student Council
This event is brought to you by the UP JMA Publicity Event
LIKE ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pubeventDIVERCITY
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UP Junior Marketing Association

and

Fashion Designers Alliance | Make-up designary | UP Association of Clothing Technology Students | Pure Beauty | Sprint Asia Beauty | Nail it | UP Babaylan | Wet n wild |

In cooperation with

El Hombre Tequila | Toska Vodka | Glosons | Party Shaker | Sole Academy | Queer Archers Alliance’ | Trunk Show

Proudly Celebrate

DIVERCITY

18 Feb. 2012

WHITE SPACE MAKATI

8 PM

Witness a one-of-a-kind fashion show featuring the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Community. Ready your closets as we celebrate their unique contribution to the fashion industry. Go all out and enjoy the show and cocktails free of charge. You can’t go wrong with the style in this city.

Featuring designs by:

FaDAL MANILA

Jaz Cerezo | Lizanne Cua | Ulysses King | Noelle Llave | Dave Ocampo

Gerswin Qua | Cheetah Rivera | Levenson Rodriguez | Mark Tamayo

Cherry Samuya Veric | Paradigm Shift by Karl Leuterio & Mike Magallanes

Veejay Floresca | Nico Agustin | Santi Obscena | UP ACTS | Sole Academy | Trunk Show Manila

Beats by

DJ OHM R of BED Manila

DJ Cal of Androgyny Productions

Admission is free.

Our media sponsors:

DZUP 1602 | Mellow 94.7 | Magic 89.9 | SteadyCab Productions | heyweeqender.com | Clavel Sneaker Magazine | Spot.ph | ClickTheCity | 99.5rt | DZUP Radio Circle

Supported by:

UP EURO | UP SPECA | Proud to be LGBT | University Student Council | Business Adminisration Council | AIT Student Council | DLSU Santugon | STRAP | Association of Biology Majors | Alyansa | College of Home Economics Student Council

This event is brought to you by the UP JMA Publicity Event

LIKE ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pubeventDIVERCITY

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Out and About: GOOD TIMES is the ULTIMATE college party; 10/21/11

GOOD TIMES just happened. It was pretty fly, I can’t quite explain the experience but it WAS such an experience. Read on to have a detailed view of what’s in store for you on the next UPJMA event. At the top of my head, I can name 5 things I looked forward to which exceeded my expectations.

1.) Overflowing Booze

Who would say no to free-flowing drinks? Bottles were everywhere on the first hour. If the bar was too far for you, there was a mobile bartender carrying a booze dispenser on his back while drink stations were in different spots such as the entrance and other corners. If you didn’t go home wasted that night, I don’t think you made the most out of your night.

2.) Indie-Alternative Music

If you’re a chill person like me who prefers none-dugsdugsdugs (think club music, ha!), you would have enjoyed the music. The DJs were pretty awesome; kids sung to the songs no matter how cheesy they were. The music just made the night event better, and I know my friend enjoyed bopping his head with the beat. He did this silly head dance ALL. NIGHT. LONG.

3.) College Kids

If you’re in college, you shouldn’t miss GOOD TIMES. In my whole college life, I’ve been to a number of good events but none of them fully expressed what I was looking for in a college party. Kids here, kids there, kids everywhere. Meeting people was pretty cool but what I enjoyed most is that everybody got along pretty well regardless whether we came from the same school or not. GOOD TIMES promised and delivered. The name alone stated what awaited you: GOOD TIMES. ;)

4.) Surprise, Surprise!

Do I go left, do I go right? It was full of FUN thingies. A mechanical bull welcomed all guests and daring creatures gave it a shot. There were tables where people could test their sobriety. There was an inflatable Twister (the indoor game) where people lounged and jumped all night, no one really played with it. The dance floor was pretty small but everyone managed to squeeze themselves in.

The most fun part was when R18 Vodka started throwing (as in literally throwing!) freebies such as baller IDs and shirts for FREE! Everyone chimped to the center to jump and grab the freebies. P.S. thank you to the 2 guys who gave me their shirts because I couldn’t jump in my heels and skirt, you were really nice. <3

5.) Midnight Reveal

Is it confetti? Is it smoke? Is it a bit of both? UPJMA parties are known for their “midnight reveal”. In some parties, switching off of lights means it’s time to go home but in not in GOOD TIMES— when the lights go off, the party just gets more interesting. We waited for the countdown, screamed our lungs out and awaited the surprise. I gave my friends a heads up that there were some freebies during the reveal, think GCs courtesy of Nail It!. ;)

P.S I really wish Elise was there.

(c) Fashion Firewoman

Photos from UPJMA Good Times page

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Catching up with an old friend. Letting loose on a Friday night.   Dressing down, drinking up, pulling pranks and fooling around. Waking up   in the late afternoon, remembering the night before and thinking –   damn. Those were some GOOD TIMES.
That’s what this group of crazy kids plan to bring to the table on   October 21, 2011 at Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill. Good vibes, good   friends, good times. No frills, no pretentions, and definitely no   typical party. With kaleidoscopic attractions, drinking games,  free-flowing booze and indie/alternative music from DJ Toby and DJ Gogo,  expect it to be a little wacky, a little wild, and a whole lot of fun.
So watch out for us everywhere – online, around the metro and most   especially on Octber 21. Save the date! And get ready as UP JMA and R18   Vodka Knockers bring on the Good Times.
This event is proudly presented by UP Junior Marketing Association R18 Vodka Knockers
Together with Bottoms Up Mobile Bar, Toska Vodka, El Hombre  Tequila, Old Captain Rum,  Rainforest Natural Mineral Water, Liquid Pool  and Lounge, Megaworld
Also brought to you by Microtel
Supported by ADMU CADS, DLSU AD CREATE, DLSU JEMA. ENDERUN  CULTURA, MIRIAM JMA,  UA&amp;P ER+GO, UP ABM, UP CIRCA, UP, PRO CSSP, UP  PSYCH SOC, UP SPECA
With Media Partners Clickthecity.com, Circuitmag.net, DZUP
See you on October 21 at the Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill, 9pm!
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Catching up with an old friend. Letting loose on a Friday night. Dressing down, drinking up, pulling pranks and fooling around. Waking up in the late afternoon, remembering the night before and thinking – damn. Those were some GOOD TIMES.

That’s what this group of crazy kids plan to bring to the table on October 21, 2011 at Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill. Good vibes, good friends, good times. No frills, no pretentions, and definitely no typical party. With kaleidoscopic attractions, drinking games, free-flowing booze and indie/alternative music from DJ Toby and DJ Gogo, expect it to be a little wacky, a little wild, and a whole lot of fun.

So watch out for us everywhere – online, around the metro and most especially on Octber 21. Save the date! And get ready as UP JMA and R18 Vodka Knockers bring on the Good Times.

This event is proudly presented by
UP Junior Marketing Association
R18 Vodka Knockers

Together with
Bottoms Up Mobile Bar, Toska Vodka, El Hombre Tequila, Old Captain Rum, Rainforest Natural Mineral Water, Liquid Pool and Lounge, Megaworld

Also brought to you by
Microtel

Supported by
ADMU CADS, DLSU AD CREATE, DLSU JEMA. ENDERUN CULTURA, MIRIAM JMA, UA&P ER+GO, UP ABM, UP CIRCA, UP, PRO CSSP, UP PSYCH SOC, UP SPECA

With Media Partners
Clickthecity.com, Circuitmag.net, DZUP

See you on October 21 at the Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill, 9pm!


This is a press release