Familiar name, familiar face in the pageant scene by now. But did you know that this young lady is already a Creative Director who has conceptualized Farm-to-Fashion and did an in-depth study of the source of materials used in the fashion industry?
Jasmine is a Business Administration student who majors in Marketing and Advertising while actively partipating in a business membership organization for students to continue learning.
What could be next on the pipeline? A shot at taking part in the nationals and be called a #Binibini for the first time?
The winners of World’s Best Models – Philippines 2019, were recently proclaimed during a catwalk showdown of 26 young aspirants held at The Eye of the Green Sun Hotel in Makati.
Proclaimed World’s Best Models Travel Ambassadors were Jana Riva and Mark Valencia. Bagging the major title of World’s Best Models – Philippines were Wilson Yalung and Yumi Fernandez with runners-up: (1st runner-up) Zandra Liwanag and Majed Saleh and (2nd runner-up) Shine Solis and Victor Alvaran III.
Produced by Prowess Supremacy Production, Incorporated (PSPI) and Budget Journey Travel, Inc., this unique modelling competition with the noble advocacy of giving importance to the indigenous people, the tillers and the weavers who produce the main crops used in textile materials, the very reason why there is a fashion industry. The contest also focuses on the farm-to-fashion concept, meaning having a “fabric to form designs to wear.”
With this in mind, Prowess (made up of Joseph Stephen Santos, Edwin Uy, Dave Ocampo, Jinky Garcia and Jas Baldoza will give a part of the proceeds of the project as its contribution to help these farmers and weavers, in coordination with the National Commission for Indigenous People.
Prowess will serve as ambassadors of cultural integrity so the people in the industry will not forget their cultural heritage and increase their awareness on the importance of intangible cultural heritage by transmitting this knowledge through all generations. Prowess intends to be the voice of our farmers and weavers to help ensure that all designs are called contemporary indigenous-inspired designs.
Last night at the Eye of Green Sun Hotel in Makati City, the winners of the 2nd Edition of World’s Best Models Philippines were proclaimed in an event that sought to produce the next big names in the local fashion industry. The top finishers are Wilson Yalung and Yumi Fernandez who also grabbed a lion’s share of the important special awards prior to the announcement as #1 in their respective categories.
Earning the title of World’s Best Models Philippines Travel Ambassadors are Mark Valencia and Jana Riva, with the pairs of Majed Saleh & Zandra Liwanag and Victor Alvaran & Shine Solis getting 1st and 2nd Runner-Up placements, respectively.
Learn more about these victorious contenders who will represent the country in international modelling competitions later this year, aside from becoming the fresh new discoveries of Prowess Supremacy Production.
Kudos to the team behind the organization led by Joseph Stephen Santos, Designers Edwin Uy & Dave Ocampo, Jinky Garcia and Jas Baldoza for a successful event hosted by the reliable duo of Michael Bristol and CJ Hirro.
Top finishers Wilson Yalung & Yumi Fernandez with the officers of Prowess Supremacy Production
Earlier in the day at the Windsor Events Place in Marikina, the male and female contenders of World’s Best Models – Philippines – Second Edition were introduced to members of the media in the Press Presentation where the most promising ones were voted for as Media Choice – Keann Johnson and Gwendoline Soriano.
Present during the same are the Officers of Prowess Supremacy Productions organizing the event and they include Designers Edwin Uy & Dave Ocampo, Joseph Stephen Santos, Jinky Garcia and Jas Baldoza.
Above are some photos from the said event- hosted by Angelee Delos Reyes – as taken by EJhosh Gozum Rodriguez. Finals night is scheduled on the evening of February 9.