Life is Good
Luxury Has a New Address
It’s a big year for our Town&Country brand.
IMAGE Collage by JP Meneses
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In October, our flagship Town&Country magazine in New York celebrated its 170th anniversary as the oldest lifestyle magazine in the United States. A heritage brand of luxury, elegance, and style.

Meanwhile, we at Town&Country Philippines enter our 10th year in 2017. And we start the celebrations with a new digital address, townandcountry.ph.

It’s been months in the making and we’re very excited about it. We have a whole new dynamic digital team—managing editor Nicole Limos, features editor Kwyn Aquino, and senior staffwriter Hannah Lazatin.

From our print side, executive editor Alicia Colby Sy and art director JP Meneses will also be giving us the same fabulous input they do for our magazine. And Esquiremag.ph's Sasha Lim Uy will contribute on all things food-related. Then there is a whole amazing publishing team, advertising team, administrative team, and a huge technical team working behind the scenes to make sure the physical site works the way it should.

Now you don’t have to wait a whole month to catch up on the coolest dining spots and watering holes, cutting-edge fashion and design trends, exquisite jewelry and watches, beauty and skincare regimens, things to do and see here and away. You can get your Town&Country fix every day. Every. Single. Day.


Hannah Lazatin, Yvette Fernandez, Nicole Limos, and Kwyn Aquino

It’s a big year for me too. In 2017, I turn the big 5-0. So you’ll be hearing a lot about how that feels and other little stories in my regular editor’s notes under this column “Life is Good.” Good news, good thoughts, good things, good advocacies, doing good. Very excited to be sharing my day-to-day life with you.

Life is good. 

Yvette

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