See magazine-exclusive pics of Belle in the October 2009 issue of FHM!
Yamaguchi—to what do we attribute your pretty name?
I was actually born and raised here. My dad is half-Japanese and half-Filipino. My mom is Spanish-Chinese-Filipina. Anyway, despite my family name being a dead giveaway that I have some foreign blood, I think I still look very Filipino.
Posing for FHM has been in my bucket list. It’s not that I’m morbid or anything but I just have this motto of living life to the fullest. I want to live a very fun and rich life. I want to have all sorts of experiences. Plus the fact that in five to 10 years, I won’t look like this. My boobs will probably sag, have some love handles, and all the other ageing stuff so it’s good to have a remembrance. Ha ha!
While on the subject of remembrance—was the shoot a memorable one?
It was so cool! Doc Marlon made me feel very comfortable. I know for a fact that he does all these big campaigns and shoots all the big time models and celebrities so it was such an honor to have my picture taken by him. The team who made me beautiful was such a great team, too! I wouldn’t change a thing.
PHOTOGRAPHY: DOC MARLON PECJO
INTERVIEW: KHYNE L. PALUMAR
STYLING: REY SANTOS
MAKEUP: DIANA DE CASTRO FOR DMAKEUPARTIST.MULTIPLY.COM
HAIR: MARITESS SANTOS
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