Candy #Feels

This February, Candy Magazine, the country’s bestselling teen magazine, celebrates the month of love with a heartfelt offering that inspires readers to let their most deeply-held feelings run wild and free.

Out now from Candy and Summit Books is Candy #Feels, a compilation of literary works submitted by Candy readers that have made their way to the You! section of The essays revolving around topics of love, heartbreak, and separation prove that that there is beauty and redemption in acknowledging even the most painful emotions, and that there is always someone out there who understands your ordeal.

Celebrities and notable personalities have also penned all-original works for Candy #Feels, including actresses Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Sofia Andres, and Saab Magalona-Bacarro; That Thing Called Tadhana and On the Wings of Love director Antoinette Jadaone, theater director Toff de Venecia, and musicians BP Valenzuela and Kai Honasan. Other contributors include former Candy editor-in-chief Marla Miniano, Regina Belmonte, Chinggay Labrador, and the writers and editors of Candy Magazine and

Besides featuring stories and essays, Candy #Feels also explores other ways of expressing emotion by including stunning visual art by artists and photographers such as Reese Lansangan and Shaira Luna.

Candy #Feels is now available for P250 in newsstands, bookstores, convenience stores, and supermarkets nationwide—just in time for Valentine’s season. Also out in stands now is the February issue of Candy with Kendall Jenner on the cover, another feels-filled treat that offers timely features like “The ABC of Feels.” Plus, Candy debuts a new logo designed by letterer and bestselling author Abbey Sy in the February issue, giving readers more reason to grab a copy.

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