Love Chic

Unspoken

When love caused you pain, will you be brave again?
#lovechicunspoken

Cast:
Shai Lagarde @shailagarde
Charlie Sutcliffe @C_Sutcliffe
Michael McDonnell @iiitsmichael
Aliza Jimenez @aliza_jimenez
Charlene Ajose @charleneajose

Styling by Shai Lagarde and 
Chris Lee
Shirts and Metallurgy jewelry from Me&U.

Directed by Rember Gelera
Assisted by Krista Garcia
Post-production by 4Play Studios
Music: “Your Ex-Lover Is Dead” by Stars
Used with permission from Atlas Artists

Special thanks to Migs Apacible and Kaye Holmes.
Co-presented with Me&U (www.meandushop.com) and M+Y Steel (www.mplusysteel.com). Me&U has branches in: Eastwood, SM Megamall, SM Mall of Asia, SM North EDSA, SM Pampanga, SM Clark, Shangri-la Plaza, Market! Market!, Alabang Town Center, and Robinsons Place Manila.

When love caused you pain, will you be brave again? 

Featuring Shai Lagarde (Love Chic) and Charlie Sutcliffe (Juan Direction). Directed by Rember Gelera. Produced by Me&U and M+Y Metallurgy. Music “Unspoken Definites” by Up Dharma Down used with permission from Terno Recordings.

Share the trailer as we count down to its launch! For updates, follow @shailagarde @meandushop :) #lovechicunspoken

Patterns

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Veva Dee Luxe geometric printed dress, SM Accessories geometric necklace, bangle, ring and quilt clutch, CMG wedges. Hype this on Lookbook here.

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It’s been a while since our last blog post! A lot of changes have been afoot. Change, we often hear, is the only thing that’s ever constant. The only thing that follows a pattern. At first, resistance; and fear of tipping the balance. Of rearranging anything.

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And then, enough courage to embrace the reality that what has been comfortable, what’s easy, isn’t always what’s right.

Enough courage is mustered to face whatever must happen head on, with a sound mind and a willful heart.

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Before we know it, the inevitable arrives: we learn to bend with the wind. We learn to swim with the current.

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And we come to realize that just because things can’t stay the same, doesn’t mean that they were good enough before; doesn’t mean that they can’t get any better. Because they can. And they will. We just have to have faith in fate.