Everything about Shudufhadzo Musida’s breathtaking Miss World evening gown

Shudufhadzo Musida

Shudufhadzo Musida Photo: Gallo Image

Miss South Africa 2020 Shudufhadzo Musida made South Africa proud as she represented the country at the 70th edition of Miss World, hosted in Puerto Rico on Wednesday.

Miss World 2019, Toni-Ann Singh of Jamaica, crowned Poland’s Karolina Bielawska as her successor.

Despite being identified as an early front-runner, South Africa’s Shudufhadzo Musida did not place in the competition.

Shudufhadzo wowed the audience in a shimmering blush golden gown as she walked across the stage and introduced herself to audiences across the world.

The gown was inspired by a mix of African precious metals as well as the Maga Flower, the national flower of Puerto Rico. “It’s a strong, modern, powerful, and glamorously feminine gown like Shudu,” said Cape Town designer Warrick Gautier.

The crystal embroidered gown had been hand-beaded and embroidered

The gown was inspired by a mix of African precious metals as well as the Maga Flower, the national flower of Puerto Rico. “It’s a strong, modern, powerful, and glamorously feminine gown like Shudu,” said Cape Town designer Warrick Gautier.

The crystal embroidered gown had been hand-beaded and embroidered.

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