Bb. 1 Juvel Cyrene Bea – Quezon City: The costume illustrates the Ibong Adarna, an enchanting and beautiful creature from the Filipino epic poem.
Bb. 2 Elaiza Dee Alzona - Zambales: The costume symbolizes the awe-inspiring structure of the Diocesan Shrine and Parish of San Andres.
Bb. 3 Lyra Punsalan - Pampanga: The costume symbolizes Múnag Sumálâ, the goddess of dawn.
Bb. 4 Paulina Marie Labayo – Naga City, Bicol Region: The costume is an ode to Bicol’s patroness, Our Lady of Peñafrancia.
Bb. 5 Gianna Llanes – Palayan City, Nueva Ecija: The costume exemplifies the magnificence of Palayan City's nature-filled landscapes.
Bb. 6 Angelica Lopez – Palawan: The costume is inspired by the Tubbataha Reefs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bb. 7 Allhia Estores – Parañaque: The costume pays tribute to the country's carinderia scene and local cuisines.
Bb. 8 Mirjan Hipolito – Angeles City: The costume illustrates the importance of angels, who play a central role in Angeleño culture.
Bb. 9 Babyerna Liong - Tacloban: The costume celebrates El Capitan, the protector of the island province of Leyte.
Bb. 10 Rasha Cortez Al Enzi – Urdaneta, Pangasinan: The costume portrays delicate scales and fins of the Philippines' national fish “bangus."
Bb. 11 Kiaragiel Gregorio – Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija: The costume is an homage to Cabanatuan City’s agriculture, which has been the backbone of their local economy.
Bb. 12 Xena Ramos – Santolan, Pasig: The costume embodies the Pakalog festival, an annual gathering of Santolan, Pasig celebrated on the last day of the year.
Bb. 13 Samantha Dana Bug-os – Oriental Mindoro: The costume embodies Mahaltana, the four important icons of Oriental Mindoro—the Mangyan, Halcon, Tamaraw, and Naujan Lake.
Bb. 14 Jeanne Isabelle Bilasano – Albay: The costume is inspired by Daragang Magayon and epitomizes the beauty of an Albayana Binibini.
Bb. 15 Jessilen Salvador – Aklan: The costume portrays Maniwantiwan, the wife of Marikudo, ruler of the Ati tribe on the island of Panay.
Bb. 16 Atasha Reign Parani – General Trias, Cavite: The costume takes inspiration from the Ibong Adarna, a mythical bird from the Filipino epic poem.
Bb. 17 Tracy Lois Bedua - Iloilo: The costume serves as a symbol of a resilient and strong Ilonggo.
Bb. 18 Andrea Sulangi – Morong, Bataan: The costume signifies a dress worn by prominent Muslim women of Mindanao.
Bb. 19 Julia Mae Mendoza – Roxas City, Capiz: The costume epitomizes the abundance of seafood in Roxas City.
Bb. 20 Julianne Rose Reyes – Cavite: The costume represents the sorrow and pain of Gregoria Montoya and other Cavitena Filipinas during the war.
Bb. 21 Paola Allison Araño - Batangas: The costume highlights red whips that symbolize the blood of those who fought for the Philippines' freedom from colonizers.
Bb. 22 Anje Mae Manipol – Quezon Province: The costume is a tribute to the famous welcome arc of the province situated at Tiaong, Quezon.
Bb. 23 Zoe Bernardo Santiago - Manila: The costume takes inspiration from the jeepney and symbolizes a combination of "transport pasada" and "catwalk pasarela."
Bb. 24 Anna Valencia Lakrini - Bataan: The costume displays the magnificence of the "alitaptap" or firefly.
Bb. 25 Yesley Cabanos - Caloocan: The costume is 100% made out of newspaper meticulously cut and formed into various shapes.
Bb. 26 Rheema Adakkoden – Camarines Sur: The costume embodies the hardworking Filipino women in the old days.
Bb. 27 Zeah Nestle Pala – Tarlac Province: The costume depicts the Malatarlak, an endemic grass that became a significant part of Tarlac’s history.
Bb. 28 Katrina Mae Sese – Tarlac City: The costume represents the legend of “Halimaw sa Banga” and pays tribute to the developing industry of pottery.
Bb. 29 Trisha Martinez – Laguna: The costume is a reimagined look of Maria Makiling and is decorated with different flora.
Bb. 30 Charismae Almarez – General Luna, Quezon: The costume honors General Antonio Luna, one of the national heroes of the Philippines.
Bb. 31 April Angelu Barro – Cagayan de Oro: The costume depicts the abundance of lambago trees along the Cagayan de Oro river.
Bb. 32 Sharmaine Magdasoc – Ortigas, Pasig: The costume depicts EDSA Shrine, which is dedicated to the Blessed Mary.
Bb. 33 Katrina Anne Johnson - Davao del Sur: The costume pays tribute to the beloved Waling-Waling, also known as the "Queen of Philippine Orchids."
Bb. 35 Sofia Lopez Galve – Province of Rizal: The costume is a depiction of the SuMaKaH festival celebrated in Antipolo City.
Bb. 36 Mary Chiles Balana – Hermosa, Bataan: The costume highlights the beauty of Hermosa, Bataan, and its people.
Bb. 37 Pia Isabel Duloguin – Misamis Occidental: The costume is a reflection of Misamis Occidental that is filled with stunning natural attractions.
Bb. 38 Lea Macapagal – Dinalupihan, Bataan: The costume honors the deity "Indianalo," the goddess of hunting and abundant harvest.
Bb. 39 Loraine Jara – Bulacan: The costume illustrates the Barasoain or Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.
Bb. 40 Candy Marilyn Völlinger - Catanduanes: The costume is inspired by the Inmaculada Concepcion, Patron Saint of Virac, Catanduanes.