Liza Soberano, one of the fastest-rising Kapamilya teen stars, graces the cover of the highly anticipated three-cover special of the Big Fashion Issue of Metro magazine this September.A fashionably fierce
Metro’s celebrated Big Fashion Issue which was shot in California, marks Liza’s long awaited return to her hometown and her reunion with her mother whom she has not seen for seven years.
The hashtag #MetrLovesLiza also accumulated around 19,000 tweets since Metro officially revealed that Liza is its latest cover girl.
“Metro likes to create a story that goes deeper than just snapping a pretty photo in a foreign city. We chose to bring Liza to California for our Big Fashion Issue because its tailor made to mesh with her rising career. California encapsulates Liza’s past and bright future,” Metro’s editor-in-chief Sarah Meier said.
Liza’s shoot with Metro was a grand California road trip as the Metro team flew her to Santa Clara, San Jose, and Los Angeles. The Kapamilya teen star was also dressed in stylish outfits from top American brands like DKNY, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, Coach, Calvin Klein, Brooks Brothers, and Tommy Hilfiger.
Metro, the leading fashion magazine in the country is known for its striking fashion issues featuring the country’s stylish icons who are brought abroad for their editorial shoot. Among the names who have landed Metro’s fashion issue are John Lloyd Cruz, Iza Calzado, Ruffa Guttierez, and Solenn Heussaff. All four were photographed in famous European cities.
Metro is one of the titles published monthly by ABS-CBN Publishing. Also available in leading bookstores, newsstands, and at the ABS-CBN Store (abs-cbnstore.com) are StarStudio’s Manny Pacquiao Special, Chalk’s Fashion Special with Kelsey Merritt, Working Mom’s Big Trends Issue with Andie Manzano and daughter, and Food’s Third Issue.
ABS-CBN Publishing is the leading publishing company in the Philippines and is home to the country’s bestselling books. Its books and magazine titles cover topics on lifestyle, youth, entertainment, culinary, high society, and fashion to cater to the diverse Filipino community. As a leading publishing company, it also aims to be relevant in the digital era by making digital versions of its magazines available on the App Store and Zinio. (Story/photo by: Katherine Solis)