On June 22, the 50 Philippine honourees on the Gen.T List 2019 were revealed at an unveiling event in Manila's Shangri-La at the Fort.
The evening began with an exclusive dinner for 2019 honourees and members of The Tatler Tribe—the panel of industry heavyweights we consult when selecting the list.
During the event the head of Generation T, Tamara Lamunière, introduced the inaugural Gen.T Asia Summit. Lynn Pinugu, co-founder of Mano Amiga Philippines, announced that the charity will be partnering with Gen.T in the Philippines this year. Mano Amiga works to provide quality education to underserved communities; Gen.T has an event scheduled for September that will bring its community together to aid the organisation in its work.
After dinner, the honourees and Tribe members were joined by honourees from previous Gen.T Lists and other guests for the afterparty, where the Philippine honourees on the Gen.T List 2019 were revealed to the public for the first time.
A number of 2019 honourees contributed their talents to the memorable night, with Mikhail Schemm, co-founder of music and entertainment company CC:Concepts, on the decks. Meanwhile, Mark Ocampo, co-founder of Auro Chocolate, created personalised chocolates for guests and Cyndi Fernandez-Beltran, co-founder of events company Moss Manila, contributed to the overall styling of the night.
Photo 1 of 14 Honouree Cyndi Fernandez-Beltran
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Photo 3 of 14 Honouree Stephanie Sy
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Photo 5 of 14 Gen.T 2019 Philippine Honourees
Photo 6 of 14 The afterparty
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Photo 8 of 14 Unveiling of the Gen.T List 2019
Photo 9 of 14 Bespoke cocktails from the Negroni bar
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Photo 11 of 14 Honouree Aryanna Epperson
Photo 12 of 14 Clara Aseniero, honouree Isabel Sicat, Nicole Cu-Unjieng Aboitiz, honouree Hannah Morales and John Morales
Photo 13 of 14 Honouree Mikhail Schemm
Photo 14 of 14 Honouree Nico Bolzico, Dani Aliaga and honouree Jordy Navarra