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Thuy An reveals national costume for Miss Intercontinental 2019

Thuy An, Vietnam’s representative at Miss Intercontinental 2019, has unveiled the outfit that she will wear whilst competing in the beauty contest’s national costume segment.

 

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The Vietnamese beauty states that she will wear an outfit created by designer Nguyen Minh Tuan when she takes part in the national costume segment of Miss Intercontinental 2019 in Egypt.

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The outfit, which features clouds, mountains, and a large eagle on the back, is expected to allow Thuy An to perform to the best of her abilities and make a positive impression on both the pageant’s judging panel and members of the audience.

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Through the costume designer Nguyen Minh Tuan has brought Vietnamese folklore into fashion.

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22-year-old Thuy An is a native of Kien Giang province and stands at 1.68 metres tall with measurements of 83-65-89. She is currently a student at the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology.

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Thuy An has previous experience competing in pageants, having been awarded the second runner-up title during the 2018 version of Miss Vietnam.

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The pageant is one of the most prestigious pageants globally, alongside Miss World, Miss Universe, and Miss International. Most notably, Vietnamese entrant Le Au Ngan Anh finished among the Top 4 during the 2018 version of Miss Intercontinental.

 

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