The eight finalists of Miss Haiti 2022 are known

Eight young women compete for the crown of Miss Haiti 2022. The winner will be announced at the end of the grand finale of the competition, scheduled for August 12 in Cap-Haitien.

Since Gabriella in 2019, Haiti’s representatives on Miss Universe have been selected, rather than elected, through the annual pageant of the Miss Haiti organization. After two years of unemployment (no open competition in that sense), Miss Haiti 2022 returns for her 10th edition with the old format of electing the new queen.

Eight young women are in the running for the crown. Her identity was revealed this Saturday, July 30, 2022 via the Miss Haiti organization’s Instagram account. In addition to the photos, information about their field of study was also given.

They are: Paola Emmanuelle Aboite, tourism technician and professional model; Isnaida Compere,
Graduate in administration, student of diplomacy and international relations; Murielle Brunache, International Relations and Psychology; Anguéla Elisabeth Vital, student of administrative and commercial sciences; Mideline Phelizor, Law graduate. Miss Supranational Haiti 2018 and Miss Supranational Caribbean 2018; Dieuna Bernard, radio-TV presenter, business student; Valierie Alcide, Theatre, Diplomacy and International Relations, Miss Grand Haiti 2018; and Erline Edouard, graduate student in psychology.

A historical place, a typical adornment and a significant theme, the Miss Haiti 2022 package

This year, proponents of the activity have targeted the Christophic city as a place of greeting. The competition will be held in the city of Cap-Haitien and the final will be held in this city on August 12. The winner succeeds Pascale Belony, who was named Miss Haiti 2021 and proudly represented the country at Miss Universe in Egypt.

If the choice of venue for the competition may seem surprising to some, the young women’s jewelry is no less surprising. In fact, for their first public presentation, the participants of the 10th edition will wear clothes by great designers and high quality jewellery. The organizers opted for a quasi-vernacular presentation.

A handkerchief and Creole jewelry are all that make up the postulants’ attire. Each with a pretty “head wrapping”, necklaces around the neck and bracelets on the wrist, the girls shine with a thousand lights. No question about running from our originality this year. A choice that fits perfectly with the theme “Haiti, my pride, my history, my responsibility”.

While waiting for the further stages of the competition, we wish the participants good luck.

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