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Hostess with the Mostest (Preview)

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One of the many hats I love to wear is the events host hat. With that said, I recently accepted a short notice project to host the 3Q BIDA KA Awards event’s night co-hosted by Pilipinas Teleserv and Globe.

Jaycelle Hosting at a Teleserve-Globe Event

More of the rest of my photos SOON! Thank you Brian Sahagun for the photos. 😀

My events hosting services is under RainPlay Events Concept.

Lace Fern Earrings was featured in OK! Magazine Philippines

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Hello hello hello, people! How is your Saturday? My Saturday, if you ask me, is a rest-day-but-still-need-to-work kind of Saturday. Not complaining though. This is the kind of a busy-but-happy feeling.

AND… before October slips away… I would just like to share with you that one of my designs from my Swoon Collections by Jaycelle was featured in OK! Magazine Philippines this month of October 2012!

WOW! I am beyond grateful and ecstatic. Special thanks to Kabbie Rodriguez Alipio, Associate Fashion Editor of OK! Magazine at Summit Media for the feature. *smile smile smile*

{ Lace Fern Earrings, Php300 available at RainPlay Boutique }

Have you grabbed your copy of OK! Magazine Philippines October 2012 issue? If you haven’t yet, I suggest you do! More interesting stories to read esp about my co-fans of Gossip Girl as well!!!

Find our feature on page 49 and go ahead – place your order! *smirks*

Thank you!!!


Stella & Rocket Room

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Stella and Rocket Room are brainchild of Raintree Restaurants owned by a Filipino-Polish restaurateur who are also the creator of other superb restaurants namely Chelsea Market & Cafe, MoMo Cafe, Mr. Jones, Museum Cafe and the newest addition on their growing list – Kabila Filipino Bistro (beside the new Museum Cafe in Ayala Museum Complex Greenbelt 4). Each restaurant lends a unique concept and target.


Opened last May 2012, Stella is a wood-fired bistro that offers a full array of delights peppered with tastes true to the West Coast, the Mediterranean and South America with an influence of European cuisine. The bistro, prominently located in Bonifacio High Street Central, makes use of natural wood in its dishes, imparting the most flavorful aromas unlike any other cooking technique.

IMG_4956_web_1200{ View upon entering Stella }

Stella’s interior is inviting, simple yet fresh on the eyes. Ideal for brunches with colleagues, working ladies who lunch and friends or family get-together dinners.


Stella is envisioned to be the Star restaurant among all the other establishments in Fort Bonifacio area. See their one star above? *grin* They craft high quality dishes using fresh harvests and mostly organic ingredients. Stella provides sustainable handcrafted cuisine kept fresh and simple.

Rocket Room on the other-hand, is a bar lounge-slash-cafe which is just adjacent Stella.

IMG_4951_web_1200{ View upon entering Rocket Room }

Rocket Room’s set-up is perfect for having small bites of antipasti or their tapas, drinking mixed liquor or lounging during coffee break or after work hours. It is still open in the late hours even after Stella closes.


It houses a remarkable selection of wines, beers and infused cocktails. With it’s vivid and outré interiors elaborately designed lends a retro vibe to your every hangout.

Stella and Rocket Room were strategically separated and designed differently to accommodate diverse target markets – Stella for families and casual diners and Rocket Room for yuppies and professionals. But you may order dishes from Stella and vice versa.

Food On Our Table

While waiting for our main orders, they served us their complimentary bread and roasted Tomato and garlic with pesto dip. And then…

They first served Stella’s drinks.

IMG_4239_dpp_web_1200{ In no particular order: Peach Lemonade, Buko & Lychee, Passion Fruit Lemonade, Berry and Banana, Raspberry Enchinacea }

IMG_4250_dpp_web_1200{ Roasted Sweet Tomatoes & “Pesto Rustica”. Php195. Cherry, Beefsteak, Native Tomatoes topped with fresh Rizal Dairy Mozzarella, Malagos Ricotta and Thai Basil }