For the first time ever; Guyana will be hosting a national pageant to select Guyana’s representative to the Annual Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant slated for August 2020 in St. Kitts and Nevis. Under the directorship of Guyanese born international fashion designer and Pageant Guru Randy Madray; the Miss Guyana Culture Queens aims to promote, market and preserves the diverse culture and tourism of Guyana. Continue reading “The search is on for the next Miss Guyana Culture Queen!”
Guyana’s representative to the annual Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant; Arian Dahlia Richmond secured the 1st Runner Up spot in St. Kitts last Monday evening. This is the 14th year Flow Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant has been in existence and the first time Guyana has been placed in the top five. Arian, at 20 years old who hails from Bartica also copped the Most Photogenic, Miss Congeniality and Best Promotional Video Awards. Continue reading “Guyana places at Miss Caribbean Culture Queen 2019!”
Colourful, vibrant Dahlias bring beauty to the environment. Arian Dahlia Richmond, well known as Dahlia, stands tall at 5″8 from the land of many waters and oil, Guyana. Born as a cookup of cultures to Guyanese parents, Arian, at 20 years old represents the beauty of a true Guyanese woman blessed with silky ebony African skin, rich East Indian heritage and a refined Portuguese twang styled with trendy natural charcoal hair. Her personality is super positive, vibrant, stubborn and welcoming, and can brighten up your day no matter how damp it may feel. Continue reading “Miss Culture Queen Guyana 2019 is Arian Dahlia Richmond!”
Under the Theme: ‘Embracing our Indigenous heritage through cultural cohesion: A Statement of Unity’ ; Meet the Miss Cultured Guyana 2017 Finalist: Continue reading “Meet the Miss Cultured Guyana 2017 Finalist”
20 years old Lisa Keisha Walcott will represent Guyana at the annual Miss Caribbean Culture Queen Pageant will be held on Monday, August 7, 2017 . Lisa is a young woman with an extraordinary love for life. Her repertoire of talents includes dancing and acting. The model’s ultimate passion is singing, she can’t go a day without it. Modelling has given her a louder voice to sound her beliefs on the importance of suicide prevention since she lost her brother to this act.
The 5’6 model who received her education at South Ruimveldt Secondary, dreams of becoming an engineer. Balancing her dream, while making a living, Walcott ensures she has her safety net. Walcott also encourages young people to stay focused and know the importance of education. Continue reading “Lisa Walcott to represent Guyana at Miss Caribbean Culture 2017.”