Winwyn Marquez stuns in Pintados-inspired national costume at Reina Hispanoamericana pageant

by Nikko Tuazon
Oct 27, 2017
Winwyn Marquez wearing the Pintados-inspired national costume designed by Edwin Uy at the 2017 Reina Hispanoamericana pageant.

GMA-7 actress Winwyn Marquez is showing spunk at the pre-pageant activities of the 27th edition of the Reina Hispanoamericana in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

After showcasing her impressive dancing skills on Bolivia's national TV, the 25-year-old dancer/actress had another outstanding moment at the pageant during the national costume presentation on Thursday night, October 26.

Winwyn landed in the Top 3 Best National Costume with Venezuela's Ma. Victoria D'ambrosio and Panama's Carolina Castillo, who bagged the award.

The costume was created by Edwin Uy who drew inspiration from the Pintados, the tattooed indigenous tribe in Cebu during the early Spanish colonization of the Philippines.

Edwin shared photos of Winwyn's costume-fitting before the beauty queen flew to Bolivia for the pageant.

The designer wrote, "The Pintados Warrior Queen costume of Winwyn Marquez for Reina Hispano Americana made by yours truly."

A post shared by Edwin Uy (@edwinfuy) on

Colombian beauty queen María Camila Soleibe will pass on the title during the grand coronation night of the Reina Hispanoamericana on November 4.

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Winwyn Marquez wearing the Pintados-inspired national costume designed by Edwin Uy at the 2017 Reina Hispanoamericana pageant.
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