Maymay Entrata gets invite to audition for Arab Fashion Week
Kapamilya actress Maymay Entrata continues to wow the fashion industry with her modelling skills after receiving an invitation to a casting call at the Arab Fashion Week.
The “Pinoy Big Brother” winner was invited by AMATO Couture founded by Filipino designer Furne One, as reported by Push on Tuesday.
Furne One was the one behind Entrata’s angel-inspired gown at the ABS-CBN Ball 2018.
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The Belo Beautiful Star of the Night @maymay shined at the ABS CBN Ball 2018 wearing a custom Amato Couture by Furne One masterpiece created for sensational actress @maymay was inspired by her fans, the “Angels”. Its wings are made from silk organza, along with hand embroidered patterns and intricate beadwork were all combined to create Maymay Entrata’s heavenly Amato Couture piece. • #Amato #You #OneAndOnly #Fashion #Dubai #FurneOne #couture #hautecouture #style #gown #dress #maymay #maywardADVERTISEMENT
Should she audition and be accepted, Entrata will be the first Filipina to walk on the Arab Fashion Week runway.
Entrata has proved her talent in modelling through previous catwalks and photoshoots, with Filipino designer Rajo Laurel previously complimenting her walk.
Wow! I love her walk! ❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/WGwvI07JAU
— Rajo Laurel (@rajolaurel) October 5, 2018
Entrata’s “amazing walk” also urged Laurel to invite her to walk on his show this November 23. However, reports said that Entrata will be in Dubai for a show with on-screen partner Edward Barber on that date.
— Rajo Laurel (@rajolaurel) November 11, 2018
My dream is for @maymayentrata07 to walk on show. Nov 23 is the date. I am creating a piece specially gif her. I pray this will happen. ❤️
— Rajo Laurel (@rajolaurel) October 13, 2018
Entrata previously admitted it’s her dream to become a model and she’s willing to be trained as one if given the chance. /jpv
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