The Seychelles Tourism Board first Miss Seychelles…another beauty pageant is set to hit the catwalk on Saturday 26, 2012, at the idyllic Le Meridien Barbarons, and gracing the event with is his presence is one of Italy’s top fashion designers, Michele Miglionico. The event will be attended by high international officials, as well as dignitaries in Seychelles. The extremely talented Italian designer is one of Miss Seychelles…another world 2012 top sponsors.
He will be flying all the way from Rome with 12 of his exclusive creations of haute couture. The dresses will be worn by the Miss Seychelles… another world 2012 contestants for a catwalk-show during the prize-giving ceremony that will take place after the finals, on May 30, 2012, at the resplendent traditional plantation house of La Plaine St.Andre.
Mr Miglionico’s haute couture fashion house, reputed for its bespoke fashion, will also be sponsoring the crowned beauty queen’s wardrobe for the upcoming Miss World contest.
The Seychelles Tourism Board, who re-launched the beauty pageant after some years of absence from the islands’ event’s calendar, and the Seychelles Tourism Ambassador Dorothy Furneau, who greatly promoted and sought support for the event in her country of residence, are honoured to have Mr Miglionico supporting the crowned Miss Seychelles…another world beauty queen, who will be present at local and international events, as well as other important ceremonies and activities where Seychelles could benefit from the presence of its own beauty queen.
During his stay in the archipelago of Seychelles, Mr Miglionico will further discuss with other higt officials of the goverment to act on future cooperation and assistance towards the less fortunate children of Seychelles.
Mr Miglionico had already been providing the Seychelles Islands with his support through his fashion shows and photo shoots, using them as a link between fashion and social responsibility. One such example is Seychellois Veronique Francourt’s participation in his promotional tour in Italy, where she was representing the “JJ Spirit Foundation” created by the President of the Republic of Seychelles, Mr James Michel so as to motivate and help young people in various disciplines including cultural, artistic and fashion.