Binibining Pilipinas 2022: 'Parade of Beauties' took place at Araneta City after 3 years

After three years, the traditional Binibining Pilipinas grand "Parade of Beauties" made a comeback at Araneta City, formerly called Araneta Center in Cubao, Quezon City.

Wearing their floral printed one-shoulder one-piece swimsuits by fashion stylist Justine Aliman and floral headdresses, the 40 beauties who are vying for this year's coveted national titles paraded the streets on Friday, July 23.

Binibining Pilipinas 2022, the 58th edition of the national competition, will take place next Sunday, July 31 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The show will air on ABS-CBN's Kapamilya Channel, Metro Channe, A2Z, TV5, IWantTFC, and YouTube.

Former Miss Universe Catriona Universe Gray will be the presenter together with former queens Nicole Cordoves and Samantha Bernardo.

At the end of the event, Hannah Arnold (Binibining Pilipinas International 2021), Samantha Panlilio (Binibining Pilipinas Grand International 2021), Maureen Montagne (Miss Globe 2021), and Cinderella Obeñita (Miss Intercontinental 2021) will crown their successors who will represent the Philippines in Miss International, Miss Intercontinental, Miss Globe, and Miss Grand International pageants.

Here are some of the standouts in the parade:

Tacloban City - Chelsea Fernandez

Nueva Ecija - Diana Mackey

Angono, Rizal - Herlene Nicole Budol

Iloilo City - Karen Laurrie Mendoza

Cebu City - Nicole Borromeo

Photos: Binibining Pilipinas

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