1 Renowned Filipino designer Michael Cinco debuted his latest collection at the Dubai Design District last month and it did not disappoint! The Impalpable Dream Of Versailles took inspiration from the former French royal residence and was divided into four parts—the Infanta Maria Theresa collection, Baroque Boiserie collection, the Women of Sun King collection, and the Le Brun collection.
But the main attraction were the magical ball gowns with Swarovski crystals. Look at how they ~sparkled~ in the dark and changed color in the light!
If you want to own one, get ready to shell out around $16,500 (P824,000) to $20,500 (P1.023 million). (PEP.ph)
2 Err, looks like Trip Ni Kris won't be airing anytime soon... The Queen Of All Media, Kris Aquino, took to Instagram to apologize to her fans that her TV Special won't be posted on Facebook on Sunday, April 16 after having the right revoked by the show's producer, Rhodora Morales.
"I regret having uttered things that offended Ms. Rhodora Morales & for that I humbly apologize." (PEP.ph)
3 Hate to break it to you, Girls fans, but this week's episode is the last you'll ever see of Jessa Johansson and Shoshanna Shapiro (*cries*). But that's not all! The episode also served as Elijah's last one, while episode 8 was Adam and Ray's. Anyone else feeling like they weren't able to properly say goodbye to these characters?
Girls' series finale airs Monday, April 17 at 10 p.m. on HBO. (E! Online)
4 New Kapamilya actress Bianca King says she's open to working with EVERYONE—even her ex-boyfriend, Patrick Garcia. When asked who she really wants to work with at ABS-CBN, she replied, "Oh, wow! Gosh! Everybody, everybody…Kasi, bilang artista before from the other network, pangarap ko din naman to do shows here and to really get to work with everyone. Kahit sino actually, e." (PEP.ph)
5 Every year, the Met Gala serves as the "Fashion Oscars" with all the hottest A-listers and designers coming to view the exhibits—remember Beyonce’s Givenchy latex dress; or when SJP and Alexander McQueen wore matching tartans to the Anglomania show? So if you want to know how the Met Gala, now known as the party of the year, came to be, watch below as Vogue editor Hamish Bowles narrates it in just one minute. (Vogue)