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Miss Charm Namibia seeking for Namibian designers

If you are a fashion designer willing to have their work showcased at Miss Charm 2020, here is your chance!

Heading to the Miss Charm pageant in March, the Namibian representative Jessica Uiras is seeking for Namibian designers to sponsor her with evening and cocktail dresses. The beauty queen took to her social media seeking for assistance with a quote that read:
I am looking for designers to help me with four evening dresses and two cocktail dresses for the pageant.

22-year-old Ambassador of World Miss University,  Jesica Mundie Uiras, will be heading to Ho Chi Minh City, the most fiercely developed city in Vietnam for the 14 days long global-scale beauty pageant.

https://twitter.com/Jessica_loner__/status/1214127404366647298?s=19

The competition will be steep with around 40 to 50 participating beauty queens from all around the world will be representing their country and culture to walk away with the crown.

The model is the founder of Simply Jess Charity Foundation, an organisation that aims to better charity outcomes and has seven years of experience in the modelling industry. Having taken part in nine local pageants, three continental pageants and three international pageants that Mundie walked away with the crown on many several of these pageants.

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