Catriona
Catriona hindi ininda ang init sa parada
SHOW-MY - Salve Asis (Pilipino Star Ngayon) - February 22, 2019 - 12:00am

Sana naman ay hindi nasunog ang balat ni Miss Universe Catriona Gray.

Kainitan kasi kahapon nang magsimula ang kanyang Grand Homecoming parade na nag-umpisa sa Sofitel Hotel at umikot sa kahabaan ng Roxas Boulevard, dumiretso ng Makati at bumalik sa Pasay.

Past 2:00 p.m. lumarga ang float na inspired sa kanyang Mikimoto crown.

Sampaguita inspired naman ang kanyang suot na gawa ng designer na si Mak Tumang na designer din ng kanyang suot na gown nung makuha niya ang korona sa Miss U.

“SAMPAGUITA: A Promise Fulfilled.

The Sampaguita; also known as Philippine Jasmine, is the national flower of our beautiful country – the Philippines. Legend has it that its etymology was derived from the Filipino words “sumpa kita” which mean ‘I promise you.’ This ornamental flower is an inherent part of our landscape since time immemorial. Interestingly, this flower has a lot to do with the concept of ‘Coming Home’. You know you are home when its distinct sweet and aromatic fragrance tickles your olfactory sense. Moreover, the flowers are usually slung and made into leis which are used to welcome dignitaries or are being peddled in front of churches so as to become offerings. Ergo, it is but fitting that we welcome our Queen with Sampaguitas adorned with Anahaw – our national leaf. Catriona will wear this Philippine Terno which is a “Callado” (similar to Piña Barong) embroidered gown with stylized Panuelo and Mariposa sleeves. Welcome home Catriona! Thank you for the fulfilled promise of making the Filipino people proud! Mabuhay!,” paliwanag ng designer sa suot na terno jumpsuit ng Miss U.

Sa kabila ng init ay nakatawa at masaya si Catriona sa kabuuan ng parada though may dalawa siyang taga-payong.

CATRIONA GRAY
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