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Rogue is an award-winning magazine that covers entertainment, culture, and current affairs for an affluent and important audience in the Philippines. Rogue is synonymous with beautiful women, powerful photography, and intelligent storytelling. Thought-provoking, relevant, and glamorous, Rogue has become a lifestyle filter whose pages reflect the unique pulse of Filipinos, in the Philippines and abroad. Combining cutting-edge style with profiles on the country’s influencers — from art and design to business and politics — Rogue is a purveyor of impeccable taste, elegant covers, and world-class journalism.
ERICH GONZALES covers Rogue’s Night Life Issue, fresh off of starring in the Metro Manila Film Festival hit Siargao. Emil Hofileña speaks with the actress, finding that this next phase of her life symbolizes a moving on from her own personal crossroads, a journey back to self-discovery and self-love. TIME WARP: Entering a sanctuary to artists, filmmakers, musicians, and troublemakers, Kara Ortiga takes us into a revered hole-in-the-wall that’s defied the city’s constantly changing landscape: Big Sky Mind. PARTY ANIMALS: Stepping out in the early/late hours, photographer Cenon Norial III wanders through Manila’s nightlife, capturing everything from its seediest discos to its most glamorous clubs. IN THE DAYS OF THE QUEEN: In celebration of the 65th anniversary of Rustan’s department stores, Rico Tantoco tells Jerome Gomez of the beginnings of his mother’s empire, and Glecy Rustia-Tantoco’s mission to bring the Filipina back from war and into luxury and glamour. MEAN STREETS: Czar Kristoff offers a visual account of the mavericks who inhabit the night, chasing and being chased down the roads they call their kingdom. LAST NIGHT ON EARTH: With Marawi now having been reclaimed after seemingly endless violence, Jeff Canoy recounts the one long night of gunfire and dread that started the city’s road to liberation. PLUS: Director Sigrid Andrea Bernardo and producer Joyce Bernal on the unprecedented success of Philippine cinema’s biggest surprise, Kita Kita; five artists name their go-to food stops when the work is over and the rest of the city is asleep; and a new book chronicling the escapades that went down in one of the most legendary nightclubs, New York’s Studio 54.