The first half of the Binibinis of Bb. Pilipinas 2019 were flown to Boracay Island today (the other half to Vigan, Ilocos Sur) as part of the out-of-town island tour organized by Miss Universe Philippines for the national pageant.
Henann Prime Beach Resort and Henann Regency Resort & Spa are hosting them.
Above and below are some personal shots of the ladies who are part of the group.
Official swimwear shots of the 40 Bb. Pilipinas 2019 Official Candidates as taken by Raymond Saldaña.
Swimwear provided by DR SWIM
Owen Suan Reyes | Maxie Geranta | JJ Maghirang III
Hair & Make up by David’s Salon
Shoes and Shades by Jojo Bragais
Set Design: Blooms 2710 Events
Styled by Patrick Henry Mergano & Vhee Co
Associate Stylists: Cev Cendaña & Shone Rivera
Accessories by Arnel Papa & Frank Faj Jones
Graphic Designer: Miko Bigornia
The seventeen (17) Kagandahang Flores #Binibinis of Bb. Pilipinas 2019 (in random order):
Resham Ramirez Saeed, Vickie Marie Rushton, Jessarie Dumaguing, Samantha Bernardo, Larah Grace Lacap, Denise Omorog, Shane Quintana Tormes, Joahnna Carla Saad, Dia Nicole Magno, Francia Layderos, Rubee Faustino, Danielle Isabelle Dolk, Emma Tiglao, Ilene de Vera, Gazini Christiana Jordi Ganados, Melbaann Cara Macasaet and Martina Turner Diaz.
Who are your potential winners among them?
Photos by Owen Reyes
Get to know your #Binibini9 Melba Ann Cara Trinidad Macasaet through her fight for the #HemophiliaBill and against the misuse of antibiotics.
Pageant-wise, Mae-Ann has been joining pageants since the age of 15. Back in 2010, she was named Miss Silka Philippines 2nd runner up. But more than the mission to win a national beauty crown, she has a deeper cause close to her heart as a professional.
This Dumaguetenia works at her local government office. As a Licensed Pharmacist, she is passionate about generating awareness of antibiotic misuse. And as part of the Hemophilia Advocates of the Philippines – a patient organization that helps patients with hemophilia – she also continues to generate awareness about hemophilia, while helping push for the passage of the hemophilia bill – a measure seeking government funding and the establishment of treatment centers for persons with bleeding disorders nationwide.
This #Binibini has surely targetted her advocacy – something that can be feasible in these Pre-Election times.
In this entry are photos taken from the visit of the 40 Binibinis of Bb. Pilipinas 2019 to Gateway Gallery at The Araneta Center.