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Jessica Minh Anh Tranformed Costa Neoromantica’s Sundeck Into The World’s Newest Runway

Genoa, 6 February 2018 - Supermodel and fashion show producer Jessica Minh Anh transformed Costa neoRomantica into an ocean runway, while the Costa Cruises ship was docked in Hong Kong.

 

Featuring the city's picturesque skyline, the J Winter Fashion Show 2018 premiered 6 haute couture and pret-a-couture collections from Europe, Asia, South America, and America, designed by Ani Alvarez Calderon, Syeda Amera, Mimi Tran, Patricia Nascimento, Nordic Angels and XIAOFEN COUTURE.

 

Jessica Minh Anh rose to fame after phenomenally turning England's iconic London's Tower Bridge, French pride the Eiffel Tower, and America's new symbol of hope and freedom One World Trade Center into a catwalk.

 

The supermodel had previously hosted shows on the Costa Luminosa in Sydney and Costa Atlantica in Dubai. Costa neoRomantica is positioned in the Far East all year long, offering cruises calling also in Hong Kong.

 

Additional pictures available on: https://goo.gl/AjmU2t

 

 

For further information:

 

Costa Cruises

Press Office -  Tel. +39 010 5483523 / 010 5483068 -  costapressoffice@costa.it

Gabriele Baroni – Communication Director – mob. +39 3497668013 - baroni@costa.it

Davide Barbano – Media Relations Manager – mob. +39 3346525216 - barbano@costa.it

Cristiano de Musso – Head of Corporate Communication – Tel. +39 010 5483068 – mob. +39 3346805095 - demusso@costa.it

Press releases and photos available at www.costapresscenter.com

 

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