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PROJECT RUNWAY.....Nick Verreos, Tim Gunn Best Western Challenge: Behind The Scenes

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PROJECT RUNWAY.....Nick Verreos, Tim Gunn Best Western Challenge: Behind The Scenes

All Hands On Deck: Nick Verreos and Tim Gunn--Season 15 "Project Runway" Best Western Unconventional Challenge Episode 12, Austin Texas

This week's "Project Runway" on Lifetime challenged the Top Five designers to create an Unconventional Design--as well as one in real fabrics--inspired by a trip to Austin Texas. I was very honored to have been part of this episode as part of the Best Western Challenge announcement along with the very dapper Tim Gunn...

 Pool Outfits: Nick Verreos and Tim Gunn--Best western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas--Season 15 "Project Runway" Episode 12

As a fashion designer traveling around the world for my NV Nick Verreos line--which sells on QVC UK (London), QVC Italia (Milan) and The Shopping Channel (Canada), I have had the pleasure of partnering with Best Western Hotels & Resorts on my journeys for inspiration. Click HERE to check out my favorite Best Western hotels in Milan, Paris, London and NYC!

 Austin Top Five: The Top Five designers of Season 15 "Project Runway" await the Best Western Challenge announcement--Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas

So, I was more than humbled to be part of this episode and especially, announcing the BIG BONUS SUPER PRIZE: The winner of the challenge got FIFTY (!) free nights at any of the more than 4,100 Best Western hotels WORLDWIDE! This is like winning the TRAVEL LOTTERY! (#JustSaying).
 Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel, Austin Texas

Here are some fun Behind-the-Scenes Photos from my time shooting the scene for Season 15 "Project Runway" with Tim Gunn--as well as the fab Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel location. Just so you know, it was about 110 Degrees hot--and VERY VERY HUMID, while we were filming. So much so, that while I may look all "put together" here, my entire shirt was DRENCHED, in humid sweat...But Thank Goodness for that jacket: It hid it all!

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION: Filming my MyLifetime.com Promo Videos for Season 15 "Project Runway" Episode 12--Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas

Pool Dapper: Nick Verreos and Tim Gunn--Season 15 "Project Runway" Episode 12 Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas

Hotel:
Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas: I loved staying at this Best western for the shoot--the location was great and EVERYONE was soooo sweet! I also REALLY LOVED the SUPER DUPER air conditioning in my room (Yeay!) and the included free breakfast!

Familia: I was also so happy that my mom and dad--Jim and Raquel Verreos--as well as my nephew Alain who drove them!--got to drive up from San Antonio which is where they live to stop by and say "Hi"! Naturally, I cried when I saw them (I'm soooo telenovela!). I can't believe that we got my nephew to smile (he NEVER smiles!)--Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas

 Fab Room--Bedroom Suite plus this really cool printed "luggage seat": LOVE the inspiring print!--Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas

Cool Down: The very nice sized pool at Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Hotel Austin Texas

Howdy Partner: Nick Verreos taking advantage of the 110 degree Austin Texas weather...buy colling down in the pool--Best western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas

The Best Western Texas Waffle: During my breakfast, I had to get a photo of the fab "Texas" waffle! In case you're wondering...yeah, I ate it all!--Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas

Austin Boys: (L to R) Davd Paul, Nick Verreos and Tim Gunn--Best Western Plus Austin City Hotel Austin Texas 

Stay tuned to my latest "Project Runway" Top 5 OMG Moments and Recap Blog!

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NICK APPEARANCES.....The Actors Fund 2016 Looking Ahead Awards: RECAP

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NICK APPEARANCES.....The Actors Fund 2016 Looking Ahead Awards: RECAP

Nick Verreos--The Actors Fund 2016 Looking Ahead Awards-Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

This past week, I had the pleasure of attending The Actors Fund 2016 "The Looking Ahead Awards" at the Taglyan Cultural Complex in Hollywood. The "Looking Ahead Awards" is an annual fundraising gala that occurs every December to raise support and awareness for the Looking Ahead program services for the young performer community. I have always been a big supporter of The Actors Fund and so I was very humbled to be invited to this annual fundraising event.

Suit Boys: (L to R): Michael Turchin, Nick Verreos, and Lance Bass--The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

The 2016 Gala was hosted by Ashley Argota and Fred Savage (I know!) and honored Lance Bass, The young stars of ABC's "black-ish" as well as Jordana Brewster and Paul Petersen. The event also featured the lovely "Judy and Hilary Swank Award" which went to Wilmer Valderrama's mom and dad (which was accepted by his mom, Sobeida Valderrama). The entire evening was wonderful and here are some photos recap'ing it:

Venezolanos: (L to R) Nick Verreos, Sobeida Valderrama and Wilmer Valderrama--The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards Gala, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

Wilmer and Lance: (L to R) Wilmer Valderrama and Lance Bass onstage at The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

Hosts With The Most: (L to R) Ashley Argota and Fred Savage The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

Jordana Brewster--The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

Nick Verreos--The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

Blue Carpet: Nick Verreos The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

2016 Looking Ahead Awards

Dinner and Dessert: The Actors Find 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

Fundraising Dates: Nick Verreos and David Paul--The Actors Fund 2016 The Looking Ahead Awards, Taglyan Cultural Complex Hollywood

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BEST WESTERN.....Go. Get. Glam. Contest: Winner #1: BLOG, VIDEO, SKETCH

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BEST WESTERN.....Go. Get. Glam. Contest: Winner #1: BLOG, VIDEO, SKETCH

Lindsay Travel Good to Glam--Sketch by Nick Verreos--Best Western Go. Get.Glam. Contest

CONGRATULATIONS to the first Winner of the Best Western Go. Get. Glam. Contest: Lindsay Pike Evans! Several weeks ago, Best Western Hotels and Resorts ran a contest looking for people who wanted to have their "Travel Style" taken to another level...by me! We asked people on social media to submit photos using the hashtag #FlauntYourBWStyle showing us their own personal "travel style" and how they wanted it elevated to a more stylish level! Along with Best Western, I chose the top three best submissions and the winners received a $100 Best Western gift card, a $100 MasterCard and personalized fashion ideas from ME! Soooo...here's our first winner: Lindsay:
Before...and After: Travel Stylish via Nick Verreos--Best Western Go. Get. Glam. Contest Winner Lindsay and Nick Verreos' Travel Style Fashion Sketch

BEST WESTERN Go. Get. Glam.

Along with her fun and colorful photo (loved the pink bags in the background!), Lindsay stated several things that were important to her while traveling in regards to travel style: Comfort is key, and especially for business, it still needs to be stylish but cool enough that upon arrival at her destination, she doesn’t feel “all gross and sweaty”…yet warm enough that she “doesn’t freeze”. These are all great considerations and prerequisites when thinking of a Travel Outfit that also works well for Business upon arrival.

There are so many times when you have to travel, then arrive at your destination and subsequently, go straight to a meeting and/or an event. I stopped counting all the times I had to go right to hosting an event or an important fashion meeting after flying so I had to be very thoughtful that my travel outfit could serve me well on many levels.  A well thought-out travel outfit can multitask. And this look I have styled for Lindsay is a perfect blend of comfort, style, and business meeting appropriate (and possibly dinner and drinks later!).

The main theme of my style sketch for Lindsay was making her fun yet sophisticated and on-trend…but comfortable too.

--I started with a Moto jacket...
Nick Verreos sketch for Lindsay--Best Western Go. Get. Glam. Contest Winner

*Click HERE to continue reading my "Style Travel" transformation for Lindsay E......

and below is my Best Western Go. Get. Glam. Travel Style Fashion Sketching Video for Winner #1 Lindsay:


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FASHION SCHOOL WITH NICK.....Draping A Basic Pencil Skirt

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FASHION SCHOOL WITH NICK.....Draping A Basic Pencil Skirt

 Fashion School With Nick Verreos: How to Drape a Basic Pencil Skirt

Next on my "Fashion School With Nick Verreos" YouTube Videos, I wanted to teach young and old(er) fashion draping aficionados a fun way to Drape a Basic Pencil Skirt. The pencil skirt is a very popular item in a stylish woman's wardrobe so here's a way to drape one. This approach, in particular, is a bit more "modern" than the way they would teach you in actual fashion schools, because I show you how to do it with one dart in the front and one dart in the back--as opposed to the "old school" two-darted front and back method.

 Pencil Skirt Draping 101: Drape the front--"Fashion School With Nick Verreos" YouTube

 Marking the Dart and Waist--"Draping a Pencil Skirt" Video--"Fashion School With Nick Verreos" YouTube

 Voila! Pencil Skirt Drape!--"Fashion School With Nick Verreos" YouTube

Click below to watch my YouTube Video of How to Drape a Basic Pencil Skirt:


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PROJECT RUNWAY.....My TOP 5 OMG MOMENTS: Ep. 11

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PROJECT RUNWAY.....My TOP 5 OMG MOMENTS: Ep. 11

Nick Verreos breaks it down on "Top 5 OMG Moments of Project Runway" Episode 11, YouTube

This last week's episode of Lifetime's Season 15 "Project Runway", the remaining six designers got to design a garment that was supposed to be Avant-garde using Unconventional Materials (metals and machinery) , as well as Conventional ones (textiles and notions from Mood). For my latest "Top 5 OMG Moments" video of "Project Runway", I explain how everyone--from Heidi, Tim to the Lexus guy-- told the designers to "GO BOLD!" Unfortunately, it still wasn't enough and they somehow missed the "Avant-garde" directive...

Click below to watch my Top 5 OMG Moments of "Project Runway" Episode 11 on YouTube:


So...here we go:
 #1....OMG! Go BOLD or Go HOME! OK...So even before Tim announced this week's Challenge, Heidi greeted the designers and told them that they needed to be BOLD and that their designs should STAND OUT. Then, the Lexus guy says that his company's automobiles are BOLD, right before Tim tells the designers to GO BOLD for this Challenge. If that wasn't BOLD enough, Tim announces that it will not only be Avant-garde but also, an Unconventional Materials Challenge...

HELLOOOO DESIGNERS!!! RED FLAG!!! You better be ready to GO BOLD!!!

 #2....OMG! Uh Oh. This is BOLD??? When we see the designs in the workroom as Tim gives his Critiques, Rik is doing a Cocktail Dress. We then switch to Laurence, who's doing a....Cocktail Dress! Then, it's time for Roberi and guess what he's creating? A Cocktail Dress.

Not to be outdone, Cornelius and Mah-jing join the bunch with....You guessed it! Cocktail Dresses!!! Sooooo....This is an Avant-garde Challenge....Right??

#3....OMG! I Have a Bone to Pick. It really took all of my self control not to hurl my bowl of popcorn at the TV screen when the judges started their critiques. Heidi somehow thought it was a positive that several of these so-called Avant-garde designs could be worn on the Red Carpet. I'm starting to wonder if Heidi's life is one big long Red Carpet, because she can't imagine any garment functioning in society, unless it's walking down one! Let me ESSSPLAIN to you and Miss Klum the following: Avant-garde is NOT meant for the Red Carpet--unless your Bjork or Lady Gaga (and even Miss Gaga has stopped that!). This is NOT the function of these garments. Avant-garde is meant to disrupt, provoke and illicit conversation, it is meant to inspire and dream. It's the closest FASHION has to "Modern Art". While it seems that some of the designers had questions regarding what Avant-garde was (Mah-jing especially), it seems that the judges had little clue as well.

#4....OMG! The Winner is...ERIN? Honestly, if I was a judge, I don't even know who I would have picked. And certainly not because there was a plethora of fab designs to chose from. But....I'm assuming Erin secured the WIN by being the BOLDEST?? And most Avant-garde?? I will say that, at least I give her points for using color. I guess that counts for something?? Sooooo....Congrats to Erin for getting the Win and being back on top!

#5....OMG! What Happened??? While I understand that the competition is stressful and the pressure of the Finale looms ever closer, it's imperative to realize that the Avant-garde Challenge is THE moment to express yourself and really WOW the judges with not only your ability to step outside the design box, but also a chance to marvel them with your technical prowess. In other words I wanted to see a COAT that SPANS THE LENGTH OF THE RUNWAY! Made out of CHICKEN WIRE! And...make it COUTUUUUURE! I'm starting to  worry that these designers don't have the ability to Wow the judges , or for that matter, us. Let's hope they can prove me wrong and end the season with a BANG!

And now, here's my FULL RECAP on MyLifetime.com for Episode 11: "Didn't You Hear? I Said Bold!"

Now that we have moved on from overindulging on turkey, pie and cyber shopping, it’s time to get back to more important matters: “Project Runway”! This week’s episode tried to merge the avant-garde with the unconventional as well as conventional. With all that, it had the prospect of design gold! Instead, we got aluminum, copper and a wire mesh mess. Time to recap!


Heidi greets the designers by telling them that there are only two challenges left (mon Dieu!). She then cryptically says that they better “buckle up because it’s going to be a thrill of a ride.” Before sending them off to meet Tim, she warns, “You better be BOLD and make sure your designs really STAND OUT. Go BIG or you’ll be going home.”
Heidi greets the designers by telling them that there are only two challenges left (mon Dieu!). She then cryptically says that they better “buckle up because it’s going to be a thrill of a ride.” Before sending them off to meet Tim, she warns, “You better be BOLD and make sure your designs really STAND OUT. Go BIG or you’ll be going home.”...
Click HERE to continue reading my RECAP on MyLifetime.com 
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SASHES AND TIARAS.....Miss Supranational 2016 Finals: Costumes and Gowns Recap!

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SASHES AND TIARAS.....Miss Supranational 2016 Finals: Costumes and Gowns Recap!

SupraCrowned: Miss Supranational 2016 Srinidhi Shetty of India
Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

This past Friday were the Finals of the Miss Supranational 2016. the international beauty pageant was held in Krynica-Zdroj Poland (population 11,000; known as the biggest spa town in Poland) with 71 contestants from the globe vying for the crown. Miss Supranational is in its 8th year and has quickly grown in status as one of the most important "Grand Slam" beauty pageants, along with Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss International, etc.

Golden Gal: India's Srinidhi Shetty wins Miss Supranational 2016 in Poland
                                        Photos courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

The winner was the representative from India, Srinidhi Ramesh Shetty. Shetty is a 24 year-old 1.73 (5' 8") tall model from Mangalore, who studied engineering and worked as an IT professional in the past. She becomes the second Miss India to win the Miss Supranational crown.

A Ten for Prodcution: Miss Supranational 2016 
Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

The Production: The production of the show was top notch featuring great music, fab staging and a great array of "Outfit/Gown Changes" by the contestants--from National Costumes to Evening Gowns, Cocktail wear, Activewear to even more Gowns (in Metallic gold/silver tones!) to keep fashionistas like myself visually content. Overall, it was on par with a "Miss Universe" and some of the most recent "Miss World" productions (I say "most recent" because I can remember those epic super-drawn-out "Miss World" shows during the 90's that could have been easily cut in half and lacked any excitement and anticipation...thank goodness that kind of show has changed!).

The Top Two:
OMG...Me??!!: Miss India Srinidhi Shetty's (R) reaction after learning she won "Miss Supranational 2016", with First Runner-up Venezuela's Valeria Vespoli (L)
Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

Miss Supranational India (and eventual winner) Srinidhi Shetty in swimsuit and white cocktailwear--Miss Supranational 2015 Finals
Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

First Runner-up Miss Supranational Venezuela Valeria Vespoli in White and Red Cocktailwear--
Miss Supranational 2016 Finals
Photos courtesy of  Missosology/Bong Tan (L) and  Miss Supranational Facebook (R)


Valeria was one of the favorites to actually win the Miss Supranational 2016 title and she almost did. If you're a pageant fan, you might recognize her from the Miss Venezuela 2015 pageant where she was Miss Monagas. She wore this gown above which was designed by Gionni Straccia

National Costumes:
Best Costume Miss Supranational Vietnam Kha Trang 
Photo courtesy of Missosology/Bong Tan

Winning Costume: The winner of the Best National Costume title went to Vietnam and contestant Kha Trang for this. The almost 100-pound weighing costume was deigned by Vietnamese designer Le Long Dung and named "Vietnamese Golden Lotus". Supposedly, it took three months to make (I believe it!), boasts a 3.5 meter train and is inspired by the tale of Lac Long Quan and Au Co, who are believed to be the parents of all Vietnamese people. The arms are in the shape of a lotus and the headdress is highlighted by pheasant tail feathers...


Yep! I can see how it won!--Miss Supranational Vietnam national costume

SupraCostume: Miss Supranational India's costume was pretty fabulous too: The eventual winner of the Miss Supranational 2016 crown wore this costume entitled "The Fusion Bride of the Indian Tribes". The silhouette of various parts of the garment cover various regional tribes of India. The crown is inspired by the North east and Eastern Bengali tribes, the choli (blouse) is inspired by the North with tribes from Kashmiri, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh; the skirt and the mask draw inspiration from the Southern tribes, while the skirt holds in colour the Western Warli tribes of Maharashtra and Gujarat. Fusing khadi cotton, yak wool and Indian silk brocade, the garment features textiles of the country. The national animal the tiger and the national flower the lotus are symbolically represented in the garment. It was designed and created by Melvyn Dominic Noronha.

Is that Nelson Mandela on her head? Miss Suprnational South Africa's national costume               (second from left)--Miss Supranational 2016 Finals
Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook


Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook 

Pink Llanera: I also loved the costume worn by eventual First Runner-up Miss Supranational Venezuela Valeria Vespoli designed by Douglas Tapia. It was a "Fantasy" Traje de Llanera" dress featuring multi-tiered layers/ruffles. I loved it because it reminded me so much of a sketch I did years ago (being that I am a big "Pageant Fan" growing up in Venezuela), which I included in my book "A Passion For Fashion"...
                                    
Miss Venezuela Fashion Sketch by Nick Verreos--From "A Passion For Fashion"

Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

Oh No She Didn't!: there was one other "national Costume" I wanted to highlight and that was the one worn by Miss Supranational Trinidad and Tobago Lia Djemila Ross. How do I say this politely? SHE WAS ALMOST NAKED!!!!! I think that her nipples were actually partly in view when she introduced herself on LIVE TV, in view of millions and millions of viewers! I don't know how that got through the censors but it was kind of a "Oh Nooooo She Didn't!' moment. She gets "Atta Gurl" points for that!

Now, let's get to THE GOWNS!!!:
                                              Gown Gals--Miss Supranational 2016 Finals
                                                 Photo courtesy of Missosology/Bong Tan

The Miss Supranational 2016 Finals were fabulous in many ways but especially because the contestants had two gown changes through the evening (those backstage dressers were working OVERTIME!). They first came out in their own individual gowns (after the National costumes and Swimsuits) and then they changed into Golden Gowns at the end when the Top Five were named and for the crowning when all the constants wore golden/metallic gowns which was kind of a great idea! Kudos to the pageant's producers for such a Gown-Tastic show!

Best in Gown: The Winner of Best in Evening Gown was Miss Supranational Romania Sinziana Sirghi. She wore this black design featuring over-sized ruffles, a "Mermaid Lite" silhouette and patent leather-like band details. I loved this gown and said so in the Recap of the Miss Supranational 2016 Preliminaries Evening Gown blog post HERE.
Photo courtesy of Missosology

Last year's Miss Supranational Stephanie Stegman from Paraguay did her Final Walk in this stunning white gown. I thought she looked quite glorious and I loved the drama of it and the beautiful lace-like details
                                         Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook


    Golden Beauties: Stage images of the Miss Supranational 2016 contestants during the Finale of               the pageant, wearing their golden/metallic gowns--Miss Supranational 2016 Finals
                                         Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

Time to discuss the Top Five Golden Gowns:
Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

India Srinidhi Shetty: The eventual winner from India, Srinidhi wore this gold gown featuring leaf-like "fringe" sequins that fluttered beautifully as she walked. I thought the design had a strong gold color and stage presence. The gown fit well and looked perfect for her.
Score: 9.45


Photos courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook (top) and Missosology/Bong Tan (lower)

Venezuela Valeria Vespoli: First Runner-up Valeria Vespoli wore this blush/nude gown with gold and silver sequined leaf (a theme of "Miss Supranational 2016" I guess!) appliques. The Alejandro Fajardo-designed gown featured dramatic cape details and was super-fitted with a dangerously high center front slit. It was a very Haute Couture-looking gown, made beautifully by the Venezuelan atelier and while I give it points for making a definite gown statement (which I love), this was still A LOT, and that center front slit was just too-close to her you-know-what which made it go into an almost Couture Hoochie territory. 
Score: 9.10

This is a photo of what she wore during the Miss Supranational 2016 Finals as her first gown:
Disco Ball Beauty Queen: Silver "mirror" sequined gown worn by Miss Supranational Venezuela Valeria Vespoli designed by Alejandro Fajardo who also designed the golden "cape" gown. I liked the gown just for its sheer audacity of "Notice Me B*tches!" but the fabrication with the long sleeves was overwhelming and I wish she wouldn't have worn THOSE shoes!
Score: 8.55

The gown is VERY "Miss Venezuela" Pageant-like and featured the same mirror effects originally done WAAAAY back in the day by Venezuelan couturier Guy Meliet:
Miss Tachira 1988--Gown by Guy Meliet

The gown is also in the same vein of this:
Miss Apure in the Miss Venezuela 2015 Pageant--gown designed by Alejandro Fajardo

Continuing with the rest of the Top Five, Miss Supranational 2016:
Photo courtesy of Missosology/Bong Tan

Suriname Jaleesa Pigot: Jaleesa got the 2nd Runner-up title at Miss Supranational 2016. She was also one of the favorites to win and she was one of my Top Gown Divas in my recap of the Miss Supranational 2016 Preliminaries Evening Gown Competition HERE. Jaleesa was so gracious that she even wrote on my Facebook HERE to Thank me for that; what a true class act! She wore this halter style gold ballgown style for the final top five moment. She looked regal and the gown fit well but the fabric in conjunction with the ballgown shape was a bit much for her tiny figure. However, I am thankful it was the right length (no pumps visible!). 
Score: 8.99


 Photo courtesy of Missosology/Bong Tan

Sri Lanka Ornella M.J. Gunesekere: Ornella was one of the most stunning Miss Sri Lanka contestants in a while. Not surprised she made it this far to be Third Runner-up. For her Top Five "Golden Gown" moment, she wore this sequined fringed dress that delicately draped to one side. The gown was OK, but I wish it didn't have that side drape detail. But that didn't bother me as much as the fact that it was about 12" TOO SHORT and showed those super tacky platform "stripper" shoes! It almost ruined the entire thing for me.
Score: 8.00


 Photo courtesy of Missosology/Bong Tan

Hungary Korina Kocsis: Korina was the Fourth Runner-up and she wore this semi-sheer blush/nude sequined gown. The dress was simple yet elegant and it had nice sequined detail. I liked that the lining wasn't too mini short but yet we could still see her legs. I also loved her semi-slicked back hairstyle; it was very red carpet movie star. One critique though: And yes, it's the shoes. While I am thankful they weren't the tacky ones Miss Sri Lanka wore, they were still the wrong style for this dress. She should have worn simple strappy heels, in gold.
Score: 9.00


Photo courtesy of Miss Supranational Facebook

CONGRATULATIONS to the new Miss Supranational from India Srinidhi Shetty!
And Thank you to the Miss Supranational organization for bringing us such a GOWNTASTIC show!

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