President Trump’s historic handshake with North Korea’s chief, Kim Jong Un, throughout their summit in Singapore is being immortalized.
A magnificence queen from Singapore will wear a dress bearing a large digital image of the 2 world leaders clasping arms over the Singapore skyline at subsequent month’s 2018 Miss Universe pageant, a contest that was by the way owned by Trump between 1996 and 2015.
“My first impression of the costume was that it appeared completely angelic and it really did embody the essence of world peace,” Miss Singapore Zahra Khanum advised Singapore’s The New Paper.
“It had a really serene and calming impact.”
The royal blue robe — a play on the wonder queen trope of wanting world peace — took about three months to make, mentioned Moe Kasim, who designed the costume.
“The hardest half was bringing out the message tastefully by design. I had to think about the political sensitivities and what all of it meant to Singapore and to the world neighborhood… with out (creating) any misinterpretation,” he advised the paper.
“And because the summit was about making peace, it was solely pure to go with the world peace theme.”
Although the June summit befell in Singapore, some residents weren’t certain how a dress that includes the flags of North Korea and the US represented their nation — and posted disapproving feedback on Twitter.
However the 24-year-old pageant contestant, a sociology graduate from the Nationwide College of Singapore, mentioned the dress “represents one thing all of us want, which is to promote a way of unity and friendship, relatively than hatred and anger.”
The competition will happen Dec. 17 in Bangkok, Thailand.