The improved Miss Earth crown (Photo credit: Joy Arguil)
There was a point during the ongoing reign of Miss Earth 2015 Angelia Ong when her crown cracked on the base from more than a decade of wear-and-tear. It actually happened last December, barely a month after the finals night in Vienna, Austria. And so, Carousel Productions made the quick resolve to have it checked and “repaired” by creator Ramona Haar.
The base was made more heavy-duty. The appearance and the different gem stones that came from different parts of the world remained as is.
The creator of the Miss Earth crown, Ramona Haar, and the improved Miss Earth crown (Photo credit: Joy Arguil)
The Miss Earth crown looks gorgeous in crisp and clear photos. And the recent reveal of the improved head adornment really gave the international competition a fresh new push. 🙂
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