Vote for the Binibining Pilipinas best National Costume 2018

Last Saturday, March 3, 2018, the Kia Theater was filled of supporters for their candidates who are vying for the titles of the Binibining Pilipinas 2018 road to the crown.

At 8 p.m., music filled the room with the opening of the Jag Fashion Show, and was followed by the National Costume portion, which is one of the awards that are up for grabs. The photos of all the candidates in their National Costume here.

The judges had to choose the Top 10 finalists in the National Costume competition. The Names of the Top 10 with their designers are as follows :

Binibini 4 Anna Patricia Asturias in a Muslim hijab gown by Dave Ocampo

 

Binibini 11 Maria Andrea Verdadero Abesamis in a singkil Princess-inspired creation by Chico Estiva

 

Binibini 18 Rosantonette Mendoza in a sarimanok-inspired number by Ryan Ablaza Uson

 

Binibini 19 Michele Gumabao in an eagle-inspired terno by Nat Manilag

 


Binibini 20 Catriona Gray in a creation of Jearson Demavivas fit for a Muslim royalty

 

Binibini 29 Samantha Kaye Avestruz in a Nick Guarino ensemble fit for a Leyte Queen

 

Binibini 30 Sarah Margarette Joson in the “Princess of all Lumads”

 

Binibini 31 Jehza Mae Huelar in a terno that celebrates Mindanao tribes by Neil Patrick Jimlani

 

Binibini 33 Stephanie Joy Abellanida in a black and gold number by Archie Castillo

 

Binibini 35 Sandra Lemonon in an Edwin Uy ensemble fit for a fierce warrior queen

How to vote for your chosen Binibining Pilipinas 2018 candidate
Voting is open to the public. It’s simple as visiting www.bbpilipinas.com and click the “Vote for your best in national costume: panel. Register and then select your favorite finalist. One email address is limited to one vote per day. Voting will end at 12noon of March 17, and the winner with the most number of votes will be announced during the Grand Coronation Night on March 18 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

Here’s a video of the Top 10 courtesy of Wazzup.ph from my good friend Ted Claudio. Thanks for allowing me to share this video clip in my blog.