Mario Maurer and Baifern Pimchanok Invade Manila

The international Penshoppe endorsers visit the Philippines to meet their fans! Read on to find out three things you didn't know about Mario and Baifern.
by Arianne Tolentino   |  Aug 6, 2013
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Thai-German actor Mario Maurer is back in the Philippines, this time with his co-star Baifern Pimchanok in the 2010 hit A Crazy Little Thing Called Love (First Love). With their very strong Filipino fan base, as well as an equally strong sense of style, both stars have joined Penshoppe's exclusive roster of international endorsers. The endorsers flew to Manila over the weekend for the brand's fan conference at SM City North Edsa and the SM Mall of Asia Atrium.

Mario's striking good looks and style clicked with Penshoppe, and he was officially launched as the brand's endorser in 2011. Baifern on the other hand is a model and actress who became the local retail's powerhouse muse in 2012 for her stunning beauty and sense of style.

Penshoppe brand director Jeff Bascon says, "We love their energy—they have a fresh and youthful vibe that represents what the brand is all about." He adds, "Mario loves the Philippines, he's been here before; and Baifern is looking forward to meeting her Pinoy fans for the first time. Everyone's just excited and we're happy that we're able to give Penshoppe fans the opportunity to see and meet them."


Three (short but still sweet) Things You Should Know about Mario and Baifern:

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If you're stuck on an island, who do you want to bring?

Mario: My friends.
Baifern: My fans.

When was the first time you fell in love?

Mario: When I was in high school.
Baifern: When I met my parents.

What do you usually wear?

Mario: I usually wear clothes in dark colors and denims. And of course, Penshoppe.
Baifern: I usually wear something comfortable. And Penshoppe.

Check out what happened at the fancon by clicking on the gallery for more photos! For updates from the brand and their endorsers, visit Penshoppe's Facebook page.

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