The competition for Isbel Parra in Miss International has already begun. The mannequin is fighting to achieve the seventh crown of that contest and this is what the Miss Venezuela Organization presumes on its social networks.
Parra will appear in the customary National Costume, also known as a typical costume competition, as a golden flower. Inspired by the Araguaney national tree, the beauty evokes the story of the indigenous princess of this plant. Just as she did, in 2013, Migbelis Castellanos during her participation in Miss Universe.
Although on that occasion the clothing was made by the Zulian designer Nidal Noeahed, this time Isbel will wear a creation by Alex Apostol from Lara. Despite the fact that the suit might have a certain resemblance to the one that the Zulian woman also wore at that time, this time it is a slightly different design.
“Made in a tull structure and skin-colored mesh, the slender figure of Miss Venezuela stands out in this mermaid-cut column. Composed of thousands of flowers in golden yellow, sewn entirely by hand and bounced with beads, sequins and crystals, in tone to illuminate its silhouette, “says part of the description of the design that the company published through its Instagram account.
“The branches and stems complement the flowers, made with beads and Swarovski crystals. In the costume, a headdress in the shape of an indigenous crown stands out ”, completes the publication. It also details that the tiara bears the seal of the goldsmith Juan Pablo Torres.
The Creole beauty is in full swing of the international contest and it will be on December 15 that it will be known who will be the next queen of the crown who, Venezuelans like Nina Sicilia, Daniela DiGiacomo, Edymar Martínez and Mariem Velazco, have placed her on her head.