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Miss Croatia Selects National Dress for Miss World Contest in Indonesia

With Miss World 2013 just weeks away, newly crowned Miss Croatia Lana Gržetić has been busy preparing to head off to Jakarta, Indonesia by selecting what she will wear in front of millions of viewers at the pageant. The Rijeka-born 18-year-old classical ballet dancer will wear a blue national dress, created by Croatian designers Marija i Vesna Milković (pic below). Gržetić is hoping to be the first Croatian to collect a sash at a Miss World pageant next month in Indonesia.

Miss Croatia Lana Gržetić with her dress designers Marija i Vesna Milković  foto: PR

Miss Croatia Lana Gržetić with her dress designers Marija i Vesna Milković foto: PR

Lana modelling her national dress she will wear at next months Miss World in Indonesia

Lana modelling her national dress she will wear at next months Miss World in Indonesia

 

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