Mariana Bayón

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Mariana Bayón
Born (1991-02-14) February 14, 1991 (age 23)
Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico
Nationality Mexican
Years active 2009–
Modeling information
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[1]
Hair color Dark blonde
Eye color Hazel
Measurements 33-24-36 (81-61-86)[1]
Dress size 4 US / 34 EU
Manager Shock Modeling(Mexico)
Modelwerk (Germany)
Visage (Switzerland)

Mariana Bayón (born February 14, 1991 in Torreón, Coahuila)[1] is a Mexican model, best known for winning the first cycle of Mexico's Next Top Model, hosted by Elsa Benitez.[2]

Early life[edit]

At age eight, her ten-year-old sister Maria Rosa died of cancer, and her parents divorced six months later. Prior to entering Mexico's Next Top Model, Bayón began modeling locally in her hometown. She is an avid soccer player.

Modeling[edit]

As the winner of Mexico's Next Top Model, Bayón received a US$ 100,000 contract and representation by Shock Modeling—one of the top modeling agencies in the country, and a cover and editorial in the Mexican edition of Glamour magazine. In addition, she obtained a trip to London and San Francisco, courtesy of Sedal and Volaris, respectively, and a MXN$ 20,000 gift card by Sears.[2]

In late February, came to light that Mariana had signed a contract with a renowned German modeling agency called Model Werk, however, her mother agency remains Shock Modeling. On March 4, modeled for the presentation of Fashion Fest sponsored by the department store chain Liverpool.[3] She is the face of Mercedes Benz Fashion Mexico 2010.[4]

She featured in Alejandro Fernández's music video "Me hace tanto bien".[5]

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