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Power Mac Center starts Sync Sessions 2015 

This year’s edition kicked off last September 19 at TriNoma, Quezon City with leading alternative rock band, Hale. It will be followed by a techno rock performance of Up Dharma Down on October 3 at Power Plant Mall in Makati; five-piece pop rock band Mayonnaise at SM Mall of Asia on October 10 and with chart-topper Sponge Cola culminating the series on October 17 at SM Megamall.


Mobile Accessories Take Spotlight as Power Mac Center Debuts at Philippine Fashion Week 

The featured brands introduce into the local fashion scene its respective collections of audio products, laptop bags, phone cases and power banks that bring edge to the Holiday 2015 Collections of the following Filipino designers Arnold Galang (Happy Plugs Audio), Lyle Ibañez (Happy Plugs Cases), Anthony Nocom (Moshi), Boyet Dysangco (Case-Mate), Roland Alzate (Gosh!), Jeffrey Rogador (Knomo London), and Sydney Perez Pio (Beats by Dr. Dre). These style visionaries highlight the latest fashion trends and how they seamlessly work with fashion-forward accessories for the tech-savvy and style-conscious audiences.


Power Mac Center and Gosh! power up Philippine Fashion Week 

Its compact size, stylish exterior, and ability to provide charging convenience on the go appealed to Rovilson Fernandez, who brought the Gosh! product with him during his recent adventure and research trip in Donsol, Sorsogon. The Filipino model and television host touted his smartphone as one of the important tools of the trade, and without enough power packed in his electronic device, work would come to a standstill.


Moshi and The Makings of a Modern, Fashionable Man 

Gone are the days when the language of fashion remained ambiguous at best for the male population. Forget distasteful, lackluster, uninspired—men have come to their own, sartorially speaking. The rise of the modern, style-conscious man is inspired by key influencers whose serious fashion sense is changing the game for a predominantly female industry.