IN PHOTOS: Bb Pilipinas 2014 Evening gown competition
MANILA, Philippines - Fashion fit for royalty.
Although only 5 winners were crowned at the Bb Pilipinas 2014 coronation night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on March 30, all top 40 candidates looked like queens as they took to the stage for the evening gown competition. Dressed up in shimmering and flowing gowns, the lovely ladies of this year's pageant were a wonderful sight to behold.
Bb 22 Mary Anne Bianca Guidotti won the Best in Long Gown award, and was later crowned Bb Pilipinas-International. (READ: FULL LIST: Winners at the Bb Pilipinas 2014 coronation night)
See the photos below:
All photos by Mark Cristino/Rappler
Ultimately, the following were awarded the 5 crowns that were at stake:
- Bb Pilipinas – Universe: Bb 25 Mary Jean Lastimosa
- Bb Pilipinas – Intercontinental: Bb 13 Kris Tiffany Janson
- Bb Pilipinas – Supranational: Bb 35 Yvethe Marie Santiago
- Bb Pilipinas – Tourism: Bb 4 Parul Shah
- Bb Pilipinas – International: Bb 22 Mary Anne Guidotti
Meanwhile, check out the rest of our Bb Pilipinas 2014 coverage.
2014 Coronation Night
- FULL LIST: Winners at the Bb Pilipinas 2014 coronation night
- 2014 Bb Pilipinas LIVE BLOG
- In photos: Bb Pilipinas 2014 Swimsuit Competition
- In photos: Bb Pilipinas 2014 Evening Gown Competition
- Bb Pilipinas 2014 top 40 presentation to the public
- Live blog: Bb Pilipinas 2014 Talent Show
- IN PHOTOS: Bb Pilipinas 2014 talent show
- Bb Pilipinas 2014 swimwear press presentation
- Live blog: Bb Pilipinas 2014 fashion show
- IN PHOTOS: Bb Pilipinas 2014 casual wear fashion show
- IN PHOTOS: Bb Pilipinas 2014 national costume competition
- Live blog: Bb Pilipinas 2014 Parade of Beauties
- IN PHOTOS: Bb Pilipinas 2014 Parade of Beauties
Leading up to coronation:
- Pop star Emin to perform at 2014 Bb Pilipinas coronation night
- A year after the 'Ariba Walk,' time for Bb Pilipinas fashion show
- Bb 13 Kris Tiffany Janson announced best in national costume
- Ms Universe 2013 Gabriela Isler arrives in style
- Gabriela Isler's advice for aspiring queens: Be 'confident,' 'real'