Top 10 Filipino Fashion Models
There’s more to than ramp than meets the eye. Behind the glamour of fashionable outfits are long working hours and rigid maintenance of one’s physique. These are the10 queens of the ramp (and more!) in the Philippine and the international scene, paragons of excellent modeling career maintenance through the years.
Agustin rose to meteoric modeling heights in the 70s. A size zero at the time, she was a perfect model even for Parisian modeling houses. She caught the heart of Hubert de Givenchy, and was later taken by Yves Saint Laurent. She remained to be YSL’s favorite Filipina model. Her career took a bit of a backseat when she got married to Christian Baverey in 1990.
She won the 1979 Miss International crown , New York Face of the 80’s in 1985, and won two awards in 1986 – Most Glamorous Woman in Italy and Supermodel competition 1st runner up. She remains to be very much admired for all these achievement and is still active in the showbiz scene even as she pursues further studies.
Ping Federis is 5’7” tall and svelte with her supermodel frame. She had her glory days in the 80s although she recently walked the ramp in a reunion with other fellow supermodels.
Jane Umali is one of the supermodels who grace the ramps under the banner of the Hyatt fashion mafia.
Menchu is also part of the Hyatt fashion mafia, and one of the most respect ramp models in the 1980s.
Few models are frequently turned into metaphors for fashion statements, but Gina Leviste has that kind of following. She is known for her curly hair, alabaster skin and very prominent nose.
Now more prominently known as a businesswoman and fashion director, Wanda Louwallien was one of the modeling babies of Philippine society doyenne Chito Madrigal Collantes. She continues to be in the buzz by keeping in touch with friends from the modeling industry.
- Anna Bayle Official Website.
- YSL’s Favorite Filipina Comes Visiting.
- Ex model-actress Bessie Badilla now cancer-free.
- Ping Federis.
- One fab reunion where models glided.
- Fashion Tourism at its Best.
- The Next Step for Gaupo.
- Parangal: A tribute to Filipino fashion.