I know that the hardworking Designers who created the fabulous National Costumes for the Binibinis of Bb. Pilipinas 2017 toiled on their respective works so it is but fitting that we give credit to each one of them.
Let’s continue with Binibinis 31-40 dressed up by Francis Libiran, Pablo Mendez III, Julius Ornum, Nat Manilag, Arnu Camay, Manny Halasan, Marco&Oyama, Dave Ocampo, Benj Leguiab IV and Rian Fernandez as officially photographed by Raymond Saldaña below.
Katarina Rodriguez in Francis Libiran
Charmaine Elima in Pablo Mendez III
Kristie Rose Cequeña in Julius Ornum
Gabriela Ortega in Nat Manilag
Thoreen Halvorsen in Arnu Camay
Gillian Eliza Colcol in Manny Halasan
Sammie Anne Legaspi in Marco&Oyama Filipiniana
Ana Patricia Asturias in Dave Ocampo
Elizabeth Clenci in Benj Leguiab IV
Kristel Guelos in Rian Fernandez
I know that the forty (40) Designers who created the fabulous National Costumes for the Binibinis of Bb. Pilipinas 2017 toiled on their respective works so it is but fitting that we give credit to each one of them.
Let’s start with Binibinis 1-10 dressed up by Rau Uson-Ablaza, Mak Tumang, Joel Acebuche, Albert Figueras, Julius Ornum, Chico Estiva, Jonti Martinez, Bing Cristobal, ChristLee Marcelino and Erich Miñoza as officially photographed by Raymond Saldaña below.
Dane Felisse Marasigan in Rau Uson-Ablaza
Arienne Calingo in Mak Tumang
Maria Gail Tobes in Joel Acebuche
Jessica Ramirez in Albert Figueras
Joselle Mariano in Julius Ornum
Maria Benjieleen Nama in Chico Estiva
Jennyline Malpaya in Jonti Martinez
Leitz Camyll Ang in Bing Cristobal
Vanessa Saliba in ChristLee Marcelino
Jehza Huelar in Erich Miñoza
Mutya ng Pilipinas Overseas Communities 2014 Patrizia Bosco could be perfect for Miss Progress International 2015 in Puglia, Italy
Since we made quite a rippling discussion about the national franchise of Miss Progress International last Wednesday afternoon, I suddenly thought of Mutya ng Pilipinas Overseas Communities 2014 Patrizia Lucia Bosco.
The Fil-Italian girl, whose beauty title does not necessarily come with a pageant representation abroad, could be conveniently considered for the Puglia-based competition that is scheduled for May, 2015. She was born and raised in Milan, speaks fluent Italian, and can easily take that hour-long flight from her hometown to Apulia via Bari or Brindisi. And more importantly, she is already one of the crowned winners in a respectable national beauty contest that is Mutya ng Pilipinas.
It only takes an hour to fly to Puglia from Patrizia’s hometown of Milan.
So if the people behind Mutya would take interest in sending her to Miss Progress International 2015 (the dates of which are still safely within her reign
), I’m pretty sure that she would get solid support from her designer-mentor Julius Ornum.
Paging Mutya ng Pilipinas, I hope that your group (or someone directly connected) will get to read this post and possibly communicate with Giuseppe Borrillo on the suggestion.
What do you think, dear readers? 😀