Roxy Pink Project together with PRIDE Foundation had successfully ended the 2days roadshow at Pavilion! On behalf of Quiksilver & Roxy Malaysia, I would like to extend my gratitude towards Malaysian International Fashion Alliance (MIFA), Pavilion KL, LPPKN and not to forget, PRIDE Foundation for making this event a memorable one!
Thank you MIFA for allowing the 6 MIFA girls finalist to showcase our range of Pink Tees. Below are some brief biography of each individual contestants.
From left to right- Anna S, Rennee, Yuen, Eleen, Gabrielle and Stephanie.
Dressed in signature 'Pink' to marked their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.
Aspiring in the footsteps of the famous with single names like Iman and Madonna, local model Yuen has set her sights on being an internationally acclaimed, high fashion clotheshorse.
A worthy ambition for the 22-year-old, considering the many bouts of name-calling she had to endure in her quest for success, but like the ugly duckling who grew into a swan, the Kuala Lumpur girl has shed the ugly catcalls and comments and is now a statuesque beauty who loves tinkling on the piano, exercising and travelling.