We’ve celebrated the best things about being a man for so long...and we’re not about to stop! Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to FHM XV!
Our much-awaited 15th Anniversary Issue is finally here, and along with it comes one of the most beautiful faces in showbiz today: Max Collins! #FHMXVMax
In the first five years of you humble rag, we never imagined that a beauty like this five-foot-six, California-born, Boracay-bred actress would ever consider being on our cover. But tastes change. Fifteen years and counting, it has become clear that our future relies on women of Max’s caliber—almost effortless gorgeousness destined for the A-list.
"I'm excited, because it’s a celebration of the past, but also a marker, and a start," Max says of our Anniversary Issue. "I’m celebrating all the years I’ve worked as an actress—I started in showbiz when I was 14 and I’m 22 now. It’s been quite a while, so it’s an anniversary for me as well. I’m celebrating my years as an actress, and at the same time, with a bang, the 15th anniversary of FHM."
Aside from working with the lovely Kapuso star, the many awesome things we did in our grandest Anniversary Issue ever include: recreated the most memorable FHM covers, paid tribute to our country's underrated heroes, gained wisdom from some of the most established Pinoys in their respective industries, and gave some of the best Pinoy cartoonists a bunch of blank pages to do their thing, among others.
FHM XV will be available in supermarkets, newsstands, and bookstores everywhere starting on Sunday, March 1, 2015! You can score digital copies in the following days through the FHM app (http://bit.ly/fhmphapple) and the Summit Media Newsstand (http://bit.ly/fhmmagph)!
But if you really can't wait for a glimpse at our grandest issue of 2015, you can click here to view our video teaser!
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