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Warrior shoot for Rainima

Tevita Vuibau
Thursday, September 14, 2017

MISS World Fiji took to the Sigatoka Sand Dunes yesterday for an official photo shoot in preparation for the upcoming Miss World pageant that begins next month in Guangzhou, China.

Miss World Fiji director Andhy Blake said the shoot was to garner more attention for Nanise Rainima before she flies Fiji's flag at the 67th international finals. The shoot was inspired by a traditional itaukei woman and a fearless earth warrior that was styled by Faraz Ali and Ilai Jikoiono, who was responsible for beauty.

Rainima departs next month to compete in the month-long contest that will culminate on November 18 in Sanya,

China, where Stephanie Del Valle of Puerto Rico will crown her successor.








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