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England’s Belvoir Castle inspires a selection of Paul Smith bags

The brand takes a key detail from a storied castle in the English Midlands and turns it into a range of distinctive bags

Hermès debuts the Slim Koma Kurabé watch

Hermès brings two worlds together to create 12 one-of-a-kind timepieces with dials made from French porcelain and embellished using the Japanese art of aka-e

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A Pinoy Insider's Account of Apple, Post-Steve Jobs

When the co-founder of the tech giant passed, many expected his company to go with him. But one employee, writing under a pseudonym, explains how the spirit of the company’s late creator has outlived him

The Future Prospects of the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant was meant to usher in a new era of power—instead, it’s been relegated to an artifact, buried under years of red tape and unchecked fear. In light of the looming energy crisis and ever-mounting costs, Mixkaela Villalon explores the state of the two billion-dollar plant to see whether it should be brought to life or left for dead

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The Organized Chaos of Artist Luis Lopa

After almost two decades abroad, the young talent is back at home and is set to exhibit his latest work at A Space Gallery

Rogue lists down the 50 most influential Filipinos online

The digital landscape has ushered in revisions to virtually every aspect of modern living. In Rogue's inaugural tech issue, we highlight the innovations, astute personalities, false starts, and disruptive forces that have all ridden on the new rules of the wired age.