Miss Namibia, Chanique Rabe, was crowned the twelfth Miss Supranational on the 21st of August in Nowy Sącz in the Małopolska region of Poland. She is the first African title-holder to reign as Miss Supranational.
This beauty is from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. She completed a Bachelor’s in fashion and currently works as a fashion designer. She owns her own clothing brand, NamiNami, which is proudly made in Namibia by Namibian women.
Chanique is proud to be Namibian, and to be the first African title-holder. For her, Namibia represents an unsupposed hidden gem in the world, having such a diverse flora, fauna, history, and culture. She looks forward to representing Namibia as an ambassador, and hopes to spread the true authenticity of its people.
Caring deeply for others, Chanique has opened two sewing schools in Namibia, providing unemployed women with a craft that they can harness, empowering them to unleash their potential. She is an advocate for the youth, and during her reign wishes to promote core life skills which will allow them to be ‘authors’ of their own future.
The first runner-up was Miss Puerto Rico, Karla Guilfu, followed by Miss South Africa, represented by Thato Mosehle. The third runner-up was Miss Venezuela, represented by Valentina Sanchez Trivella, and fourth runner-up was Miss Dominican Republic, Eoanna Constanza.
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Miss Supranational 2021: Chanique Rabe (Namibia)
1st runner-up: Karla Guilfu (Puerto Rico)
2nd runner-up: Thato Mosehle (South Africa)
3rd runner-up: Valentina Sanchez Trivella (Venezuela)
4th runner-up: Eoanna Constanza (Dominican Republic)
Miss Supranational Africa: Phidelia Mutunga (Kenya)
Miss Supranational Americas: Deise Benicio (Brazil)
Miss Supranational Asia: Jihane Almira Chedid (Indonesia)
Miss Supranational Caribbean: Pascale Belony (Haiti)
Miss Supranational Europe: Natalia Balicka (Poland)