Vogue: Liza Soberano, a style star to watch

Vogue: Liza Soberano, a style star to watch

ONE of the Philippines’ most sought-after actresses Liza Soberano gained yet another international recognition as she was featured in the American fashion and lifestyle magazine website, Vogue on Friday, June 30.

The Filipino-American actress, who will soon play the role of comic heroine Darna, was deemed as a “style star to watch” in the Vogue article by Janelle Okwodu due to the thousands of likes she gets on every Instagram post.

“Soberano sports a carefully curated wardrobe that is a mix of tomboy and cool girl,” Okwodu wrote.

Okwodu also mentioned that Soberano, along with celebrity stylist Perry Tabora, figured out the concept of switching gears with fashion choices in order to make a vital sense of personal style.

“She’ll move from ripped denim and ribbon chokers worn for a casual outing to princess-worthy couture for major red carpet events,” the article said.

As Soberano’s profile rose, Tabora was there to guide her fashion sensibility, and over the past four years they’ve developed a winning formula.

“Liza’s looks are always youthful, fresh, and with an understated elegance, to give [her outfits] that unique quality we always try to mix aesthetics.” Tabora told Vogue.

Tabora also revealed some of the 19-year-old celebrity’s style favorites.

The fashion pair collaboratively combines Filipino labels and signature items from Gucci, Tom Ford, Chanel and Dior. Despite the actress’ fascination with the brand Dior, supporting local designers particularly Martin Bautista and Michael Cinco remains her priority.

With the anticipation of “Darna,” directed by Erik Matti, to cross the television screens; fans could expect more from Soberano’s chic style in her promotional tours and fan meets.

As of this posting, Soberano has a total of 5.9 million followers on Instagram alone.

Other celebrities featured by Vogue were “It’s Showtime” host and actress Anne Curtis and South Korean star Sandara Park.

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