JANUARY 6, 2022


The "Blossom" crown was created by designer Andrew Ibot of the Philippines and Saudi Arabia.

January 6, 2022, Orlando, Fla. The Miss Earth USA organization has unveiled their new national crown. The "Blossom" crown was created by designer Andrew Ibot of the Philippines and Saudi Arabia.

At a sunset ceremony overlooking the Rosen Centre Hotel pool, the organization kicked off national pageant festivities by unveiling the crown. Former Miss Earth USA and Miss Earth Water Brittany Ann Payne took the honors of presenting the crown to an audience of hundreds of state delegates and directors. The unveiling was livestreamed by official media partner VIP Pageantry and can be seen on the VIP Facebook page.

"The crown features five flowers representing Miss Earth USA and the four elemental titles: Air, Water, Fire, Eco," said National Director Laura Clark. "The center flower is the woman of earth. She is a warrior and willful to protect mother nature. It is a blossoming flower spreading the essence of the woman around the earth, spreading kindness and will power to unite everyone for a better future."

Featuring two subtle and natural colors including beautiful green vinery, she explained, "the interconnecting vines symbolize all of the state delegates, their friendships and femininity."

The national crowns of the Teen and Mrs. divisions are the same design but only clear, featuring no color.

This week's national title winners will be the first to wear the new crowns during final pageant crownings taking place on January 8 at the Linda Chapin Theater inside the Orange County Convention Center of Orlando.

State crowns will follow a similar but varied style and feature a shorter height. The new state crowns will be unveiled in April 2022.

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