As the L’Officiel cover boy, Donny was labeled “Generation Z’s heartthrob”

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As the L'Officiel cover boy, Donny was labeled Generation Z's heartthrob

As the topic of the first L’Officiel Hommes Philippines issue, Kapamilya actor Donny Pangilinan is described as “Gen Z’s heartthrob.”

Monday saw the unveiling of the fashion magazine cover starring Pangilinan, as well as the edition featuring GOT7 member BamBam.

The inaugural issue of L’Officiel Hommes Philippines will be published in October. Previously, a men’s section was included in the regular L’Officiel publications.

From fashion to family, the Filipino actor Donny Pangilinan’s disarming sincerity puts one at rest, according to a publication. “But you’d expect nothing less from Gen Z’s heartthrob and preferred ‘Internet Boyfriend’ — for the 24-year-‘always old’s online’ fans, looks alone aren’t enough if you’re problematic.”

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According to L’Officiel, Pangilinan addresses in the magazine his intention to “attempt things outside of his comfort zone” not only in terms of fashion but also in other areas.

The young actor’s go-to outfits have evolved from streetwear to tailored and timeless pieces as a result of a strong emphasis on his styling. “Discover more about Donny, including his satisfaction with his current situation and his plans for the future,” the magazine said.

Pangilinan, 24 years old, is preparing for the November 23 release of “An Inconvenient Love,” his second film with Belle Mariano.

The romance film, directed by Petersen Vargas, will mark Star Cinema’s comeback to theaters after more than two years.

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