Preview magazine holds two parties for 2011 Best Dressed Ball

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(L-R) Camille Co, Anne Arcenas-Gonzales, Lucille Dizon, Mylene Dizon, Penny Ngu, Pauline Prieto, Charina Sarte, Laureen Uy, Keri Zamora and Iza Calzadoare this year's best dressed women, according to Preview magazine. They posed with editor-in-chief Pauline Suaco-Juan (far right) at the Preveiw Best Dressed Ball.


Over the weekend until today, Twitter and other social networking sites were flooded with status updates and photos from the Preview Best Dressed Ball held last Friday, July 8 at Seventh High in Bonifacio High Street.

"Preview Ball" even became a trending topic on Twitter that day.

It was a culminating event to two consecutive nights of fashion and partying.

The first was held at Opus Bar last July 7, which also celebrated the tenth anniversary of British fashion label Topshop/Topman in the Philippines. (CLICK HERE to view photo gallery)

Some celebrities who attended were siblings Bubbles and Paolo Paraiso, young stars Danita Paner, Nina Jose and rumored couples Will Devaughn and Wendy Valdez, and Regine Angeles and Felix Roco.

Following that night was the unveiling of the ten women who made it to the fashion magazine's annual best dressed list.

That includes actresses Mylene Dizon and Iza Calzado (who also graces Preview's July 2011 issue), designers Camille Co and Charina Sarte, retail executives Penny Ngu, Keri Zamora, Lucille Dizon and Anne Gonzales, and young fashionistas Pauline Prieto and Laureen Uy. (CLICK HERE to see photos)

The seventies Coco Banana-themed party was hosted by Preview contributor Raymond Gutierrez and Georgina Wilson, who wore outfits that depicted fashion trends from that era.

Preview's editor-in-chief Pauline Suaco-Juan led the toast for another successful year in fashion publishing and more to come.

Isabelle Daza was also awarded for being the night's best dressed. Attuned to the theme of the evening, she wore a Hawaiian beach girl outfit which included a floral headpiece, a feathered top owned by her mom Gloria Diaz, and a white floor length skirt by Martin Bautista.

Entertainment was provided by DJ Mars Miranda and performances by Club Mwah artists who sang songs from the seventies. (CLICK HERE to see more photos)

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