Meet the members of Club Pen 2018
MANILA, Philippines – Clothing brand Penshoppe has gone international for the past years, bringing the likes of Zayn Malik, Kaia Gerber, Sandara Park, Ian Somerhalder, Ed Westwick, Gigi Hadid, and Bella Hadid, but it has never forgotten its Filipino audience.
Club Pen, which has launched many faces through the years such as Paolo Bediones, Ryan Agoncillo, and Cogie Domingo made a comeback last year with fresh new faces to watch out for. This year is no exemption as 3 of them make a return, while two make their debut.
Introducing Club Pen 2018!
Known as one of the members of the male group Hashtags on It's Showtime, Ronnie is one of the 3 returning members of Club Pen this year.
Sofia started her career in showbiz, appearing in a supporting role in many TV shows and movies. Some of her movies include She's Dating That Gangster, starring Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo, and Relaks, It's Just Pag-Ibig with Inigo Pascual in 2014. She also appeared in the TV shows Princess and I and Forevermore.
In 2017, she got her biggest break on television as Vida Verdadero in Pusong Ligaw alongside Diego Loyzaga. She also starred in the fantaserye Bagani as Mayari.
A lover of denim jackets, Sofia is one of last year's Club Pen ambassadors returning this year. She recently made headlines when she admitted she was battling anxiety.
Loisa also returns this year as one of Club Pen's new ambassadors.
Like Loisa, Maris got her career started in Pinoy Big Brother All In. The young lady from Davao also appeared in movies and TV shows in supporting roles and will star in her own movie with Inigo Pascual this year.
Maris is also keen to be known as a singer, with the recent launch of two of her songs – "Tala" and "Ikaw Lang Sapat Na" – which she also wrote. She is one of the two new faces of Club Pen.
Khalil is no stranger to showbiz, having appeared in Princess and I alongside Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla.
A talented singer and actor, Khalil is also active behind the scenes as owner and photographer of his own production Limiteless PH, the company that shot Gabbi Garcia's video "All I Need" in Hong Kong. He is also an advocate for mental health, speaking out about the issue on social media.
Khalil joins Maris as one of the new faces of Club Pen.
Penshoppe creative director Jeff Bascon said in a statement that in choosing the Club Pen members, the company wanted to make sure that the personalities empower today's generation with "the perfect models to reflect their own sensibilities."
"Maris and Khalil round out the group perfectly, with their common inclination for music. Sofia, Ronnie, and Loisa are also burning up the industry with their perspective talents," Bascon said.
Get to meet the members soon as they appear in the company's campaign and promotions in the country. – Rappler.com
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