Shudufhadzo Musida shines at Miss World Top Model competition

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  • Shudufhadzo will be taking part in the 70th edition of the Miss World pageant with the finale to be held on 16 December in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • The 25-year-old will compete against contestants from 109 other countries in the competition, which is watched by millions of people worldwide.
  • Created by South African designer Warrick Gautier, "the fitted silhouette in a cherry red crepe serves to showcase Miss South Africa as a strong and confident woman". 

On Monday, Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida wowed at the Miss World Top Model competition.

The fast track competition saw contestants from around the world showcase local designers from their home country. 

Created by South African designer Warrick Gautier, "the fitted silhouette in a cherry red crepe serves to showcase Miss South Africa as a strong and confident woman," said the Miss South Africa Organisation. 

Attached is a silk chiffon cape to show that women can be both strong and feminine. The beaded off-shoulder detail is inspired by the Miss South Africa crown 'Buhle' to celebrate her country and the people she is representing.

"Thank you Warrick for making this dream come true; I'm so proud to wear this garment proudly made in South Africa with so much love and dedication from you and your team of artisans," Shudufhadzo said in an Instagram post, revealing the stunning gown to the world.

The winner of the Top Model competition was Miss Cote D'Ivore, Olivia Yace, and with the win she secured herself a spot in the Miss World 2021 semi-finals. Audrey Monkam of Cameroon and Aryam Diaz of Puerto Rico placed second and third, respectively.

The 70th edition of the Miss World pageant is all set to be held on 16 December at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica will crown her successor.

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