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Varsity Crew wins MEGA Fashion Crew 3 Reloaded

05:45 PM February 27, 2014

(From left to right) L’Oreal Paris’ Verna Marin, Gex Garcia, Jessica Wilson, AC Salvador, Chad Sotelo, Dyan Warren, and Cary Co with Varsity Crew’s Martha Borja, Jelly Eugenio, Aiky Nar, Eric Poliquit, Enzo Mondejar, and One Mega Group’s Michael Carandang, Suki Salvador, Sari Yap and Avel Bacudio.

Manila, Philippines – February 2014 – Varsity Crew was proclaimed “MEGA Worthy” as the winner of hit reality TV show, MEGA Fashion Crew (MFC) 3 Reloaded during the MFC Viewing Party last February 24 at Prive Luxury Club. The show was hosted by America’s Next Top Model Finalist, Allison Harvard, and One Mega Group’s Executive Creative Director, Suki Salvador, directed by Emmy Award Winning producer, Michael Carandang.

Varsity Crew, remembered as the team who produced the winning billboard campaign for Folded & Hung with top Model Raya Mananquil, and the team with the most number of challenge wins in the history of MFC with 5 wins, rose up against their opponent, the Wildcards. The winning crew, composed of hairstylist, Aiky Nar, fashion stylist, Eric Poliquit, photographer, Enzo Mondejar, and make-up artist, Jelly Eugenio, with model, Martha Borja, took home a total of one hundred thousand pesos in cash prize each and an all-expense paid trip to Paris to shoot a 10-page fashion editorial in MEGA Magazine care of L’Oreal Paris. In addition, Jelly Eugenio, was selected to win a three-week fashion imaging course in Shanghai at the world-renowned Istituto Marangoni via UKEAS.

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Catch the replay of the season finale of Mega Fashion Crew 3 Reloaded on ETC on Saturday, 10am. For the latest updates, visit www.megastyle.ph, follow @megastyleph on Twitter and Instagram. Like MEGA Magazine on Facebook at www.facebook.com/megamagazine and follow MEGA Magazine on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mega_magazine.

About MEGA Magazine
MEGA is the Philippines’ first glossy magazine, and for 21 years now, it has been a champion of local talent and Filipino achievement. Today, it has expanded across multiple platforms – TV, events, digital and social media. For the latest updates, visit www.megastyle.ph, follow @megastyleph on Twitter and Instagram. Like MEGA Magazine on Facebook at www.facebook.com/megamagazine and follow MEGA Magazine on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mega_magazine.

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