Breaking away from all her past strings, Andrea Brillantes is no longer a kid and ready to dauntlessly carve her own path as a woman with one chic outfit after another.
It’s no secret that Andrea Brillantes aka Blythe started her career at the young age of 7 years old and became the breadwinner of her own family. We’ve seen her in numerous television shows and soap operas, commercials, and in our social media timelines. She just seems to be everywhere—even way before Tiktok became a “thing,” to which she was the first few celebrities to used that platform as an asset to her career.
But come 2021, the little star we knew back in the children-comedy show Goin’ Bulilit is no longer that little girl we knew as she has grown, learned, and changed. That’s because this year is her coming of age, officially becoming a woman she’s destined to be.
With that in mind, it was only fitting for us to create a concept that best celebrates her womanhood. In her first-ever MEGAStyle cover, there’s is no string attached to her youthful, jolly, personality. We only highlight her as a grown woman in more daring looks revolving around leather, black, white, and of course, a hint of skin. Meet the new beauty of Andrea Brillantes.
Ready to leave all of her past strings behind, the young artist stands firm in a mix of leather and silver metallic dress by Bessie Bessana worn over a black patent leather Jaz Cerezo bodysuit. Her look was then completed with leather-studded boots by Thian Rodriguez.
While haters think her past mistakes will never be forgotten, Andrea Brillantes sure knows that she won’t be trapped by other people’s perception of her. Decked in a navy blue leather corset teamed with a black lace off-shoulder dress by Geoffrey Zordilla partnered with a black stiletto adorned with ostrich feathers by Jefferson Si, she’s slowly untangling all of the obstacles that she may encounter.
Caught On Camera
Having known that her life is an open book the moment she entered show business, she’s very much aware of the hazards of having everyone looking at you. So, it was only fitting for Blythe to always look on fleek with her fits such as this white jacket and trouser panel ensemble by Bessie Bessana paired with Love Bonita’s corset top and a leather studded heels by Thian Rodriguez.
Who said you can only mix two textures in one look? Well, the young actress proves that you can do combine three textures the moment she donned this black velvet dress by Aj Javier worn over a black patent bodysuit by Jazzer’s Cerezo, complemented by a studded lace-up leather ankle boots by Thian Rodriguez.
Like a true Filipino artist who’s all-around and can pretty much do anything, this look of Blythe is a testament of her impeccable talent in dancing. We envisioned her in a black and white ensemble featuring a white strapped tube top by Neric Beltran over a black leather bodysuit and joggers by Jaz Cerezo. Her look was accessorised with H&M’s platform ankle boots complemented by Wonder Bands’ black weights.
Meet The Boss
Channeling her inner “M” in James Bond, she’s the lady boss who now in charge of how she goes about her life. Decked in a Carl Arcusa corset top and sheer skirt over a Jaz Cerezo leather blazer as well as a lace stiletto with ostrich feathers by Jefferson Si, we can see in her eyes that she was born ready to lead her own life.
Showcasing the beauty of womanhood, her body’s curvatures are emphasize upon fitting this gorgeous black Vinces Design Studio dress that was cinched with a wide croc leather belt from H&M. To complement the gold buckle, she wears Jefferson Si’s black and gold stiletto mules.
Last, but definitely not least, this look is a reminder to all men to not mess with a woman. While you may see her as young and naive, she’s well equipped to take anyone down like a true rogue spy—even in this breathtaking black velvet creation of Ushi Sato partnered with a black lace feathered stiletto by Jefferson Si.