The 30 most fashionable women of the Red Charity Gala were invited to an exclusive, all-ladies Pre Red Gala Tea Party. The party celebrated the city’s most fashionable women of charity as well as the launch of the latest fragrance of L’Occitane, Arlesienne.
Gifts and Graces, an organization that helps communities create livelihood through their crafts and handmade items was also at the party and guests were encouraged to shop as the profits go to the different communities that are rebuilding their lives after going through some difficult times.
This year’s Red Charity Gala not only features the brilliant work of Jesus “Jojie” Lloren, whose collection is inspired by the country’s national artists, but also launches two new projects: The official website for the gala and the official magazine, cREDo.
cREDo, which is defined as “an idea or set of beliefs that guides the actions of a person or group.” is very apt for the event and the people behind it, says Sheryl Songsong, the magazine’s EIC.
Here are some of the behind the scenes photos from the cover shoot yesterday.
Photography by Paolo Buendia
Make up by Patrick Rosas
Styling by Sheryl Songsong