Consuelo Adler

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Consuelo Adler
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born Consuelo Adler Hernández
Caracas, Venezuela
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Measurements 89-59-89 (35-24-35)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color green
Title(s) Miss Venezuela Int'l 1996
Miss International 1997
Major
competition(s)
Miss Venezuela 1996
(Miss Venezuela Int'l)
(Miss Photogenic)
(Most Beautiful Skin)
Miss International 1997
(Winner)
(Miss Photogenic)

Consuelo Adler Hernández (born in Caracas, Venezuela) is a top model and became the second Miss International from her country in 1997.

Miss Venezuela[edit]

A year prior to her win as Miss International, she competed as Miss Miranda in her country's national beauty pageant, Miss Venezuela, obtaining the title of Miss Venezuela International and the Most Beautiful Skin and Photogenic awards.

She crowned the new Miss Venezuela International at the 1997 Miss Venezuela pageant the day before she flew to Japan to participate in the pageant that she actually won.

Miss International[edit]

The pageant was held in Kyoto Kaikan First Hall in Kyoto, Japan, where she was crowned Miss International 1997.[1] Diya Abraham of India was first runner-up, and Marie Pauline Borg of France earned second runner-up. She also garnered the Miss Photogenic award.

Career[edit]

After beginning her modeling career in Paris where she did high fashion and major magazines Adler is now working on her acting career in America. As a model, her campaigns include: Sothys, Decleor, Cartier, Clairol, Samuel Adam's, Johnson & Johnson, Wonderbra, Playtex, Nivea and many others.

She is with "Ford Models in United States" and "Vandemast Model Management" in Europe.[citation needed] [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lo, Ricardo F. (October 4, 2001). "A roster of Misses International". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 18 October 2010. Consuelo Adler – She bested a field of 54 international beauties. The 5’9" model continued to work in the field of fashion after her reign. 
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Carla Steinkopf
Miss Venezuela International
1996
Succeeded by
Daniela Kosán