Vogue On Anne Curtis’ Style: ‘Well worth the follow’

Vogue featured It’s Showtime host Anne Curtis.

ANNE CURTIS – It’s Showtime host Anne Curtis was featured by Vogue which described her style as ‘feminine, modern, and well worth the follow’.

The host of the famous noontime show It’s Showtime, Anne Curtis, was featured in the Vogue website which entailed in an article how she started her career in the field of show business.

Based on the article, when Anne was 12-years-old, a modeling scout came to her. It is stated that she played the princess roles when she was young before she dived into the fantasy dramas.

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The spotlight was really on Anne when she portrayed a role in a night time fantasy soap opera Kampanerang Kuba which was derived from the famous The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

The article of the famous site also entailed that Anne has played a goddess role and as well as a beautiful mermaid. She was one of the casts of Dyosa and Dyesebel.

Vogue tagged Anne Curtis as a model who can really make a person turn his or her head as she passed by. She also serves as the celebrity advocate of UNICEF according to the article.

“Curtis showcases a style that is feminine, modern, and well worth the follow,” the Vogue stated.

Being featured in the website Vogue is really something. One of those prominent individuals that was featured in the said site before is Sandara Park who was one of the judges of the “Pinoy Boyband Superstar”.

It was in ABS-CBN’s Star Circle Quest that the Korean’s showbiz career in the Philippines started. She later on became a part of the K-pop group 2NE1.

Reportedly, it was last year, month of September, when the famous site featured the Korean star.

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