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Miss Global International

Published:Sunday | December 21, 2014 | 12:00 AM
The new Miss Global International 2014, Miss Martinique, Anne-Sophie Ribesois, poses with her parents, Thierry (left) and Lucienne Ribesois.
Miss Global International 2014, Miss Martinique, Anne-Sophie Ribesois, is flanked by first runner-up, Miss Panama, Keasy Myrie (left), Miss Haiti, second runner-up (right), Syndia Saint Jour, pageant ambassador, Lachu Ramchandani, and outgoing Miss Global Jamaica 2013, Roshelle McKinley (in back).
Miss Armenia, Nardeen Billan, did wonders with this black and silver gown.
Miss Bahamas, Sade Colebrook, was picture-perfect in this hot number.
The stunning Miss Guyana, Onesha Hutson, had this gown painted on to her skin, showing off a body made for modelling.
Miss Haiti, Syndia Saint Jour, chose something a little conservative, yet elegant, for her evening wear.
Miss Jamaica, Shavrine Wilson, opted for hot pink swimwear and evening wear.
Miss Martinique, Anne-Sophie Ribesois, wearing a very innovative creation.
Miss Nigeria, Genevieve Fadeh, brought sunshine to the night in this fabulous dress.
Miss Panama, Keasy Myrie.
Miss Puerto Rico, Melanie Llorens, created waves in this black, hot number at the Miss Global International competition.
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The beauty contestants in the Miss Global International competition wore some of the most spectacular and amazing costumes and gowns at the coronation show held recently at RIU, Montego Bay.

The 18 women, some from as far away as Australia, Africa and Europe, complemented the international pageant with style and finesse, while sparkling next to the women from the Caribbean and Latin America.

Miss Guyana, Onesha Hutson, was the most stunning in a flowing and very sexy red gown, while Miss Puerto Rico, Melanie Llorens, dared those looking not to notice her prowess in a black silhouette dress that hid only the places that needed to be hidden.

Like a vixen, Llorens strutted her stuff. However, the official queen, Miss Martinique, Anne-Sophie Ribesois, roared just as powerfully in a French-looking design that accentuated her small physique.

Miss Nigeria, Genevieve Fadeh shimmered in metallic and yellow, while Miss Jamaica, Shavrine Wilson, looked pretty in pink.

Outlook brings you highlights of the fashion trends that transcended onstage.

janet.silvera@gleanerjm.com

Photos by Janet Silvera