StarStudio Celebrity Style Awards 2013 Nominees revealed!

The StarStudio Celebrity Style Awards is back to give yet another round of due recognition to the most fashionable folk in the Philippine entertainment industry.

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Held hand-in-hand with StarStudio magazine’s 13th anniversary, this year’s Celebrity Style Awards will be the second coming of the event, following its first commencement in 2010.

The first ever Celebrity Style Awards was received with much excitement, being the very first awards show mounted by StarStudio magazine. The awards night was held October, 2010 at the Dusit Thani hotel in Makati City, along with a series of mini fashion shows by the Celebrity Designer of 2010 nominees. Among the winners of the first Celebrity Style Awards were Piolo Pascual, Gretchen Barretto, Angel Aquino, Sarah Geronimo, Toni Gonzaga, Ely Buendia and Tim Yap.

This year’s Celebrity Style Awards is bringing you the same stylish glamour, with the list of nominees including the likes of Anne Curtis, Dingdong Dantes, Solenn Heusaff, Gerald Anderson, Heart Evangelista, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Elmo Magalona, Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla, Daphne Osena-Paez, Luis Manzano, Regine Velasquez, Rico Blanco, Vice Ganda, and so much more.

Be part of it this year by voting for your favorite stylish stars at push.com.ph/vote or via SMS. For additional information and complete mechanics, visit StarStudio’s official Facebook page: www.facebook.com/StarStudio.Magazine.

Solenn Huessaff’s ‘Rogue’ cover nominated in New York Festivals awards!

Last week, upscale glossy Rogue was honored by the prestigious New York Festivals (NYF) International TV & Film Awards. The top-selling magazine’s augmented-reality cover of Solenn Heussaff in its April 2012 issue — described as “the first fully interactive magazine cover in the Philippines” — was nominated for Best Industrial & Multimedia Production by the festival’s 2013 jury, whose distinguished members include the CEOs and creative heads of HBO, Showtime, ABC, and ESPN.

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“We were all thrilled to see the words ‘Rogue Cover (Philippines)’ listed among the nominees,” says editor-in-chief Paolo Reyes, who added that they competed against CBS News, Sony Ericsson, and the tourism boards of Stockholm, Gstaad, Poland, and Croatia for the award. “How do you bring a magazine cover to life? That was the challenge posed to us more than a year ago. For months, Rogue creative director Miguel Mari and I tossed around ideas with director Nicolo Reyes of Unitel, the Selecta-Magnum team, and Zappar’s London-based creatives until we found a cover concept that could seamlessly translate to a video, which we shot using Nic’s state-of-the-art Phantom Flex Hi-Speed camera.”

On the anniversary of their award-winning “moving cover,” Rogue released its annual Culture & Literature Issue (now available in leading bookstores and newsstands, and through Zinio.com/Rogue for the digital edition) earlier this month, their yearly “tribute to the power of the pen and the printed word.”

The face of this month’s Rogue is Manila’s original It girl, actress Giselle Töngi, who was photographed by Mark Nicdao and styled by Pam Quiñones wearing Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, and other top brands. The former MTV VJ talks candidly about her life offscreen, leaving Manila for Manhattan at age 21, and playing Marlene Dietrich in Piaf.

Headlining the issue is the lost, final interview of the late New York-based Filipino poet José Garcia Villa (“Jack Kerouac cornered me in the kitchen and propositioned me,” he claimed), which includes never-before-seen photographs of Garcia Villa with Allen Ginsberg, Gore Vidal, and Tennessee Williams in the 1950s; “The Battle Axes,” a historic portfolio of the country’s toughest female investigative journalists — Marites Vitug, Glenda Gloria, Raïssa Robles, Malou Mangahas, and Maria Ressa; “Where did all the Newsweeklies Go?” a retrospective feature on the Philippines GraphicLiwayway, Mr. & Ms, and Free Press, written by publishing veterans Teddyboy Locsin and Letty J. Magsanoc, among others; “The Last Days of the Metropolitan” by multi-awarded playwright Floy Quintos, who looks back on the halcyon days of the now-decrepit Met Theater and its legendary patron Conching Chuidian Sunico; and in a contentious column, “The Belly of the Beast,” Palanca Award-winner and former judge Clinton Palanca breaks taboo by asking: Do the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature still matter?

Rogue, which has been creatively redesigned and reformatted since its bestselling March 2013 Travel Issue with Rhian Ramos, now includes new monthly sections such as Space (design, architecture, technology, and transportation), Agenda (gastronomy, entertainment, culture, and travel), and The Eye (fashion, style, grooming, and accessories) to address the six-year-old magazine’s dual male-female readership.

“With the new format, Rogue will be the only purveyor of cool and intelligent luxury in the local magazine space, catering to both affluent men and women,” says publisher Felipe “Ipe” Cruz III. “We would like to think of Rogue as always current, unapologetically chic, and elegant with an edge.”

Solenn Heussaff earned P13.36M in 2011 but only declared P6.37, BIR sues!

Sexy starlet and model Solenn Heussaff allegedly earned P13..38 million in 2011 but only declared P6.37 million, now the  Bureau of Internal Revenue on Thursday sued her before the Department of Justice for it!

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In a statement, the BIR said Heussaff, Solenn Marie Adea Heussaff in real life and a resident of Forbes Park In Makati and with business address in Dasmariñas Village, Makati, violated sections 254 and 255 of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997, as amended (Tax Code).

The BIR filed the tax evasion case against Heussaff, who was alleged to  have earned P13.38 million in the year but only declared P6.37 million.

Heussaff allegedly committed willful attempt to evade or defeat tax and for deliberate failure to supply correct and accurate information, resulting in non-payment of taxes.

The BIR said it issued Letter of Authority No. 211-2013-00000014 for the examination of her books of accounts and other accounting records for all internal revenue taxes covering taxable year 2011.

To determine Heussaff’s true income, the BIR said it sent access letters to business entities that engaged her services.

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“Replies to said access letters received from Heussaff’s withholding agents/payors revealed that she received income payments amounting to P13.38 million in 2011. Further investigation revealed that she declared a gross income of only P6.73 million in her Income Tax Return for taxable year 2011.”

The BIR said Heussaff should settle her tax liability of P3.6 million.

Besides Heussaff, the BIR also filed tax evasion raps against her accountant, Teofilo Magno Jr.

Solenn Heussaff is bare naked on the cover of Esquire Philippines!

Solenn Heussaff has been declared the Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire Philippines, and she let’s it all hang out on this February 2013 cover!

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The French-Filipina beauty is the first local celebrity to be awarded the coveted title by the magazine since it premiered in the Philippines in October 2011.

Esquire Philippines is now available where magazines are sold nationwide!

Solenn Heussaff and Jillian Ward Join ‘Pare & Pare’ Ogie Alcasid and Michael V. this Sunday!

This Sunday night, June 24, join Pareng Ogie and Pareng Bitoy and their guests child superstar Jillian Ward and “It Girl” Solenn Heussaff in never-ending fun and laughter in GMA-7’s musical-talk-show, “Pare & Pare“.

 

Makipagkulitan sa bibang Kapuso child star Jillian Ward dahil kanyang sasagutin ang mga maintrigang tanong tungkol sa mga showbiz crush niya at ang kanyang hilig sa fairy tales. Mamangha rin sa kanyang pagkanta, sayaw at pagluto sa tulong nina Pareng Ogie at Pareng Bitoy. Sino kaya ang unang susuko sa kulitan – ang batang bibo o ang magkumpare?

Paiinitin naman ng Kapuso leading lady Solenn Heussaff ang entablado sa kanyang pag-awit at pagsayaw ng kanyang single na “Ladies Night” kasama ang hindi lang isa o dalawa… pero tatlong topless male models! Makipag-jamming din sa sikat na bandang ‘Never the Strangers.’

Magbibigay-pugay din sina Pareng Ogie at Pareng Bitoy sa King of Comedy na si Dolphy.

 

Samantala, sa “Uso Ngayong Linggo”, silipin ang mga hottest showbiz news, kasama ang latest na ipinakita ni Madonna sa kanyang concert sa Turkey. Magpawis at makisayaw rin sa hottest viral video, “How To Dance in The Club”. Kilalanin din ang dalawang kuwelang dance divas sa bagong video na “How Not To Dance In The Club.”

Lahat yan, mainit na ihahanda sa inyo nina Pareng Ogie at Pareng Bitoy sa “Pare & Pare,” sa GMA Sunday Grande, pagkatapos ng ‘Pinoy Adventures’.

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