Miss Bikini Ireland hopeful proves size doesn’t matter. A young model from Clontarf, Dublin is out to prove that size doesn’t matter when it comes to modelling in the fashion world. Dublin native, Zoe Ryan is one of the finalists in this year’s Miss Bikini Ireland 2018 competition and is out to prove the point that height shouldn’t be an issue for girls looking to make it in the world of beauty and fashion today.
Coming from a family with a history of dealing in fashion industry, Zoe talks openly about how she has transformed herself and her look to compete with the best of the other beauties in the glamour world of Ireland today. The 5’4 stunner is hopeful that modelling agencies and fashion brands here in Ireland and across the globe will see that height shouldn’t be an issue when it comes to modelling.
Chatting to Fashion.ie, she explains “ Fashion brands are now catering more than ever for girls and women of different sizes and heights. Given the power of social media and for me as a potential customer who buys fashion on-line, I’d like to see what an item looks like, modelled on a person the same size or height as myself before I buy.”
Zoe goes on to explain why she chose to enter Miss Bikini Ireland. ”It’s been a pleasure to watch the Miss Bikini Ireland Brand grow over the past few years, and I’m just delighted to be a part of it now as a finalist.
My confidence has grown immensely even in the past few weeks which I just can’t put a price on. I spent a couple of years in my teens unhappy with how I looked, at that time I wouldn’t have even dreamt of or had the confidence to enter a competition like this so to be a finalist now is just amazing. The best decision I ever made for myself was taking control of my health with a healthier diet and regular exercise and I never looked back. I would absolutely love to be given the platform to promote this healthier and better life style to other girls who may feel like I felt at that time.”
Now in it’s 7th year, Miss Bikini Ireland welcomes women from all nationalities but they must live in Ireland plus it is open to people aged between 17-35 years. Previous winners of Miss Bikini Ireland includes Valerija Plontnikova from County Kildare, Judy Fitzgerald from Limerick, Rebecca Hanley from Dublin, Jeni Assandey from County Cork. and their current winner Eileen O’Donnell from Derry Northern Ireland
This year’s top prize for the winner of Miss Bikini Ireland 2018 includes an all-expenses paid trip to the world finals of Swimsuit USA International for 9 days with the chance of winning a prize valued at $80,000. This year’s final of Miss Bikini Ireland 2018 will take place on Sunday 14th October 2018 at the Red Cow Inn, Dublin.
To vote for Zoe simply text BIKINI 141 to 57003 from Rep. Of Ireland and 60999 from the UK €1.00/ £1.00 per text. Network charges vary. 18+. Lines close at 11pm 14/10/18. SP Phonovation Ltd. Helpline 0818 217 100 (ROI) 0800 028 3874 (UK) Good luck to Zoe and all other finalists.
Miss Bikini Ireland hopeful proves size doesn’t matter