Here's your first look at Gazini Ganados's national costume at Miss Universe 2019

by Nikko Tuazon
Dec 7, 2019
Philippine bet Gazini Ganados unveils her Philippine Eagle-inspired costume at Miss Universe 2019 national costume show at Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Georgia, USA, Friday night, December 6 (December 7 in Manila).
PHOTO/S: Screengrab from Miss Universe livestream

Philippine bet Gazini Ganados slayed the stage of the Miss Universe 2019 pageant in her national costume.

The 23-year-old Cebuana is among the 90 candidates who paraded in their national costumes after the pageant's preliminary competition.

The event was held at Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Georgia, USA, Friday night, December 6 (Saturday morning, December 7, in Manila).

Gazini wore a Philippine Eagle-inspired costume during the event. The Philippine Eagle is the country's national bird.

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Here's a closer look at the details of her national costume:

In a Facebook post on Friday, December 6, Cary shared some details about Gazini's national costume.

The designer wrote, "I created a national costume that is somehow worthy for an international event. I took my inspiration from our national bird.

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"The design is not as flamboyant but the details are very intricate. Its hand-stitched all coming from the same fabric with my signature laser cut patterns."

Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray of the Philippines will pass on the crown to her successor at the pageant's grand coronation to be held at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday, December 8 (December 9 in Manila).

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Philippine bet Gazini Ganados unveils her Philippine Eagle-inspired costume at Miss Universe 2019 national costume show at Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Georgia, USA, Friday night, December 6 (December 7 in Manila).
PHOTO/S: Screengrab from Miss Universe livestream
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