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GARAGE Anniversary Ball 2013

GARAGE just celebrated its 5th anniversary with a FORMAL PUNK party at the REPUBLIQ in Newport, Pasay City. The well-attended event was graced by the most stylish denizens of the metro eager to see the reunion of the men's style magazine's best-dressed list for the past years as well as this year's roster. 

Guest were seen donning their leather jackets, studded belts, shiny boots and spiked accessories. 


The lovely Meagan Young



Frank and Maxene Magalona, Meagan Young, and guests

Rey R. Ilagan of GARAGE Magazine

The year's best-dressed list includes Kean Cipriano, Robby Mananquil, Frank Magalona, Jigs Mayuga, Bang Pineda and Nix Pernia.



Guests were also treated to a fashion show directed by Robbie Carmona and sponsored by clothing brand- RRJ.


From the old "RRJ Rebel Glam Look" that's radical and edgy, RRJ launches its new campaign RRJ Culture. The new look of authentic street wear ... a fusion of the classic, preppy, punk, goth and hiphop. This new look takes off to one's desire to freedom of self-expression. RRJ now evolves into boundless street culture for the free spirited and free willing individuals that exemplify the perfect attitude for style.


RRJ 

Highlight of the event was August issue cover and best-dressed awardee- Street Dapper King 2013, Enchong Dee.



Food and drinks overflowed during the anniversary party thanks to Cafe France and Absolut Vodka. :)



Here's wishing GARAGE more years to party. :)

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