The Binibining Pilipinas fever continues as the much-awaited national costumes of this year's candidates were revealed through a photo exhibit at the Farmers Plaza in Araneta City.
The exhibit showcases the unique and creative national costumes of the 40 Binibining Pilipinas candidates in 7-feet-tall installations. The photos were shot by Raymond Saldaña and Owen Reyes at Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Quezon City, with the girls styled by Patrick Henry Mergano and Macky Combe.
A ceremonial ribbon-cutting was held on July 4 to officially open the exhibit to the public. Present in the ceremony were BPCI Head Gines Enriquez, Araneta City AVP for Marketing Marjorie Go, Saldaña, and Reyes.
The Binibining Pilipinas National Costume Exhibit will be on display at Farmers Plaza until July 15, and will be at Gateway Mall from July 16 until the grand coronation night on July 31.
The national costumes will be paraded by the candidates in a fashion show happening on July 16 at the New Frontier Theater. Tickets are available at TicketNet.