From Head to Toe: Social darling Divine Lee


In the August issue of Preview magazine, Divine got the chance to work with comedienne Pokwang. How did it go? "It was so funny. Tuwang-tuwa nga ako, e," Divine said.

Divine Lee looked like a bronze goddess when she showed up at the anniversary event of Belo Medical Clinic in Greenhills.

"I just came from Europe, so we went to the beach so, medyo umitim ng kaunti," said the real-estate executive of Globe Asiatique.

The busy lady, who parties hard and works even harder, visited Mykonos and Santorini in Greece. She quickly clarified, "I was there for work, but siyempre, nag-sidetrip na rin ako ng beach."

That evening, she wore a tube dress by Italian fashion designer Giambattista Valli, whose famous clientele includes Victoria Beckham, and a pair of open-toed pumps from Fendi.

Her bag was an Hermes Crocs Birkin—which, according to, would cost from 30,000 to 40,000 U.S. dollars or 1,352,400 to 1,803,200 pesos!

Except for her pair of Chanel earrings, which was a "gift from a friend," the rest of her wardrobe was out of "sipag at tiyaga."


She said, "Binili ko sila. Wala nang regalo diyan. Pinaghirapan ko talaga."

The topic shifted to her beauty routine. Given her jet-set life, pampering her skin after every trip is a must.

Divine related, "I always go to Belo for my facial, especially when you go abroad, you need to always clean your skin after. Now I want to try Bio-Salt..."

And how does she maintain her svelte figure?

"I started running, so I might join a marathon soon," she replied. "But then, I'm always out so walang regular thing. So I just try to do TRX for the gym..."

TRX or Total Resistance Exercise, according to, "is a serious home gym that was developed by the Navy Seals to train their delivers an effective whole body workout that's a good fit for athletic training, sports conditioning and the general population."

Smiling, Divine continued, "But [exercise] is not regular as much as going to Belo."


After the interview, she left with her "date" Victor Basa. Divine elicited stares from the onlookers, but it wasn't because of her expensive outfit. "It's confidence!" she would usually say in her magazine interviews.


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