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JESS WILSON covers Rogue’s October issue, as Philbert Dy creates an original work of fiction that gets to the truth of the model’s many fears and anxieties, and ultimately how she’s emerged from the most painful experiences triumphant. ROSE AMONG THE THORNS: Jerome Gomez explores the prolific career and the abrupt murder of Ronnie Laing, one of Manila’s top decorators for almost 30 years, whose work brought beauty to everything from Imelda Marcos’s celebrations to a city recovering from war. LONGTIME COMPANION: Lito B. Zulueta investigates the friendship between National Artist Nick Joaquin and Elena Roco, the humble professor who would come to be known by Joaquin’s circles as his loyal supporter, suspected lover, and closest confidant. CAMPFIRE STORIES: Three original tales of horror about a haunted past, a dangerous future, and an uncertain present, as conjured up by Yvette Tan, Mihk Vergara, and Eliza Victoria. INTELLIGENT DESIGN: A spotlight on seven rising designers from across various disciplines, who stand out from an increasingly crowded industry through their fresh approaches and sheer raw passion. FIRE WALK WITH ME: Inspired by the surreal art of filmmaker David Lynch, Shaira Luna infuses familiar looks and a classic wardrobe with strange new implications. PLUS: Lilianna Manahan’s encounters training with the glass sculptors of the Czech Republic; a look back at the eclectic design influences of the early porn industry; and director Denis Villeneuve on remaking a sci-fi classic for the year 2049.

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