Metro celebrates the dignified strength and beauty of empowered Filipina women by putting ABS-CBN President and CEO Charo Santos-Concio on the cover of its November issue, dubbing the most influential woman in media as an icon of style and substance.
In a special gatefold cover, Metro puts the spotlight on Charo as she celebrates the milestones of her illustrious career in media together with different superstars of this generation Anne Curtis, Bea Alonzo, Charlene Gonzalez, Dawn Zulueta, and Judy Ann Santos, the five chosen stars of Charo who will uphold her legacy.
“In this day and age of flash in the pan fame, there is something massively disarming about a woman that can truly hold her own, unflinching in the midst of hype and chaos. This November, Metro upholds a legacy,” says Metro editor-in-chief Sarah Meier.
Metro also celebrates nine women who are breaking barriers and thriving in their own various fields, calling them “the women of now.” Part of the roster are Kapamilya actress Julia Montes, director Antoinette Jadaone, musician Nicole Asensio, fashion blogger Kiana Valenciano, reporter Marie Lozano, advocate Sec. Lucille Sering, choreographer Georcelle Dapat, model Sabina Gonzalez, and photographer Shaira Luna.
Metro aims to showcase not just trends in the Philippine fashion scene, but also pays homage to the people that have become pillars of the industry. It is one of the monthly titles published by ABS-CBN Publishing, Inc. the home of the country’s bestselling magazines and books.