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Pia Wurtzbach opens up her closet

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Pia Wurtzbach opens up her closet
Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach joins tenants and residents in the second edition of Citizens by Century.
The former Miss Universe, a Century City resident and Century Properties brand ambassador will open her closet and sell her pre-loved items on Nov. 24 at the second edition of Citizens by Century.

The event is Century City’s very own community fair, which opens today and tomorrow and then on Nov. 24 to 25 at the Milano Piazza in front of The Milano Residences, from 3:00 p.m. until 12 midnight.

Pia joins residents who will not only be patrons but also tenants of the fair as they are encouraged to put their own products and pre-loved items for sale.

Aside from the eclectic mix of gourmet food booths and specialty shops, residents and guests of Century City can look forward to fun-filled activities such as slime making and face painting for kids and a cocktail mixology workshop for adults. Live music from emerging acts such as Ivy & AlyExtrapolation QuartetMiss RamonneGaia and AndreiJoy Velasco, and Peter Caimbon are sure to keep everyone entertained during the two-weekend event.

And since Christmas is just around the corner, Citizens by Century will also feature a DIY Christmas cookie booth, parol making workshop, and Christmas carols as a preview to the merriest time of the year.

A speed painting contest dubbed Ready. Sip. Gogh with partner establishment Sip and Gogh will be held on Nov. 25 – easily one of the most anticipated events of the community fair. 

For more information, follow Citizens by Century @citizensbycentury on Instagram and Century Properties’ official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CenturyPropertiesOfficial/.​

Topics: Pia Wurtzbach , Century , The Milano Residences , Ivy & Aly ,  Extrapolation Quartet ,  Miss Ramonne ,  Gaia and Andrei ,  Joy Velasco ,  Peter Caimbon
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