RIP to a legend.
Princess Mae will be featured in a Pinay Magazine 4/12-4/17 in Los Angeles and wanted to showcase her Filipina and Ilocano heritage in the shoot. ROS. Marketing teamed up with stylist, Lydia of Daily Malong to put together the various looks that was captured by celebrity photographer, Maria Pena.
Watch the exclusive BTS below from the shoot, shot & edited by Sharvis Ortega. Background Music courtesy of: @Guapdad 4000 x @Ill Mind @88rising Paradise Rising “Chicken Adobo” & @Inigo Pascual @JBoogVEVO @Tarsier Records “Catching Feelings (Bimwala Remix).
Special thanks to the entire crew of makeup & hair by @glamartistbymelanie & @ready4warr, @alohamphawaii studios, BTS by @sharvisortega, photographer Maria Pena and indigenous woven pieces and Philippine textiles by @dailymalong.
Stay tuned for the billboard reveal next week!
About Princess Mae:
Princess Mae is a star and cast member of MTV’s hit reality show, “Following Bretman Rock.” She is one of the most beloved beauty & fashion influencers for always being her authentic self. She has over 4M+ social media followers from around the world on Instagram, YouTube, Twitter & TikTok, with partnership deals with top brands like SavagexFenty by Rihanna, Fashion Nova & Maven Beauty. Princess is the mother of 2, her adorable daughter Cleo, (who also has 1.2M Instagram followers & is a Nova Kids partner) and her son Ezekiel. She was born in the Philippines and raised in Hawaii, and is constantly traveling the country as a spokesperson or featured celebrity at events like Beautycon. Find her most recently featured as a Pinay Magazine Billboard cover girl, MYX Global “Featured Influencer” and when in Oahu, Hawaii – you can order the “Princess Mae Special” at her family’s famous food truck, Mama Merce’s Kitchen.
About Photographer Maria Pena:
Maria Pena is an editorially published photographer. She is a first generation immigrant who resides in Texas but is known for her shoots throughout the country whether capturing celebrity portraits or high fashion editorials. She has worked with Princess Mae, Amber Diamond, Ethan Diamond, Vanessa Vasquez and as a BTS photographer for MTV’s Following Bretman Rock show.
@yamashirola restaurant has one of the most amazing views in LA! The ROS. Marketing took a visit to Yamashiro’s in Hollywood, to honor & shoot pinay Head @ChefVallerie for #WomensHistoryMonth for a new MYX show called “Making it in America.” After a year of surviving the pandemic with little to no clients & staff, the historic restaurant that’s been around for over 100 years has opened its doors again to outdoors seating, & 25 percent indoor occupancy. Wherever you are seated you’ll get a glimpse of the breakthanking view overlooking all of Los Angeles.
To celebrate the end of our bday month aka #MarchMadness, we complimented the 10 course meal of vegan sushi, siomai, soy garlic edamame, octopus, pork chops & pancit, chicken adobo with garlic rice, hot stone wagyu steak, lobster, bone marrow, & fried banana green tea dessert with @TanduayRum old fashions, Rum Sunset cocktails & @CasaMigos reposados.
Book your reservations now at yamashiro hollywood.com & stay tuned to watch #ChefValerie’s amazing story on our new @MYXglobal original series, #MakingItInAmerica. 🎶 Produced by @ninollanera & 🙋🏻♀️ #ROSMarketing 🔌
Director: Chris Simmons (http://www.instagram.com/chrisimmons)
Production Company: TWNSHP
Executive Producer: Sam Lancaster
Producer: Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias
DoP: Cory Burmester
Editor: Chris Simmons
Steadicam: Mark Morgan
Post Company: VH POST
Comic Illustrator: Chuck Pavoni
MYX got an exclusive look into the making of the “Chicken Adobo” music video by GRAMMY nominated Guapdad 4000 & !llmind, watch the full video at @Guapdad 4000. Shot & edited by @sharvisortega in Oahu, Hawaii of Hawaii’s Finest.
Wrap up the year 2020 and kick-off 2021 with the inspiring stories of Filipinas who are making their names and changing landscapes in different industries overseas which you can catch on the third season of “24×24,” airing outside the Philippines via ANC, TFC IPTV, and iWantTFC.
“24×24” is an 8-episode series that features empowering stories of women living overseas, who are juggling multiple roles while also living a life where they get to fulfill their passions and make a difference.
Featured in “24×24” season three are Ruby Ibarra who is a scientist and musician based in California; Cherish Maningat who is a theatre and TV actress in South Korea; ABS-CBN Global Head of Music Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias who is also a marketing advisor and executive TV/music producer; Denise Facurra-Svenson who owns the Medium Asia PR Agency; social entrepreneur and career advisor Michelle Ostbo who is based in Norway; ULAM the Movie producer and director Ali Cuerdo from New York; Hershey Hilado who is an entrepreneur and owner of RVMP in Australia; and K-Pop star Kriesha Chu from South Korea.
Get inspired with their stories that will surely make you embrace and live your passion by watching “24×24” season 3, now airing outside the Philippines on ANC every Saturday for countries from the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Pacific, while it is every Friday for countries from Europe, U.S., and Canada. See the schedule below:
-U.S. & Canada (Central): 4:30 p.m./ replay at (Saturday) 6:30 a.m.
-Milan: 11:30 p.m./ replay at (Saturday) 1:30 p.m.
-Japan: 7:30 a.m./ replay at 9:30 p.m.
-Singapore & Manila: 6:30 a.m./ replay at 8:30 p.m.
-Saudi: 1:30 a.m./ replay at 3:30 p.m.
-Australia: 9:30 a.m. (AEDT)/ replay at 11:30 p.m. (AEDT)
It can also be seen via TFC IPTV, and on iWantTFC via the app or at iwanttfc.com.
For more details about the program, visit iwanttfc.com, mytfc.com, or TFC’s official Facebook pages.
Watch the full interview
“What would you be doing right now if you weren’t worried about what people thought. If you had the financial freedom of time. That’s where your passion and your purpose is. Find that.” – Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias
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