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IPEN's Larissa Obediente wins Miss Queen of the Continents Pageant

IPEN's Larissa Obediente wins Miss Queen of the Continents Pageant

India Blooms News Service | | 01 Dec 2016, 11:32 am
Toronto, Dec 1 (IBNS): International Professional Entertainment Network (IPEN), the longest running Filipino and mainstream Canadian pageant organizer in Toronto, added more feathers to its cap in November.

IPEN, led by its president, Edgar Suit, is responsible for fostering the beauty industry in Toronto.

It has been in operation since 1987 and training models to win popular beauty contests across the world.

In November, Larissa Obediente of IPEN represented the Philippines in the Miss Queen of the Continents Pageant in the Dominican Republic.

Aside from winning the main title of Miss Queen of the Continents, she also won the following special awards -- Best in Long Gown, Best Hair and Best Face.

Larissa, a freshman student of Human Sciences at Ryerson University, aims to become a social worker.

In November, at the Miss Petite Expoworld held in Guatemala City, Guatemala, IPEN-trained Harriette Leigh Berona, who represented Canada, bagged the crown besides winning the titles of Most Beautiful Face and Best Body.


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