Philippines’ Alexandra Faith Garcia crowned Miss Aura International 2021

04 Oct 2021 | Camilla Suarez

Miss Aura International is an international beauty contest held every year since 2006 in Turkey which was earlier known as Miss Kremer International. The 16th edition of Miss Aura International i.e. Miss Aura International 2021 took place on 5th October 2021 at the heavenly Rixos Sungate Resorts, Antalya city, Turkey, where Alexandra Faith Garcia of Philippines was crowned as the new queen. She succeeded Miss Aura International 2020 Andreia Correia of Portugal for the title.

Standing tall at 170 cm, Alexandra, hailing from Olongapo, Philippines has graduated with a degree in BS Tourism from the Columban College. She has trained in every physical aspect under the Kagandahang Flores Camp and has a presentable experience in pageantry as she displayed at the international platform and made her country proud.



Not new to pageantry, she has been a part of Mutya ng Pilipinas 2014 where her confident and positive attitude helped her place in the Top 10 finalists and later, she also rocked the stage of Binibining Pilipinas 2016 competition with her appealing charisma and high confidence. Recently she representing the Olongapo City at the Binibining Pilipinas 2021 where she was awarded with the Miss World Balance 2021 title.

Miss Aura International 2021 Alexandra Faith Garcia’s court includes –

First runner-up: Miss Romania Alexandra Stroe

Second runner-up:  Miss Ukraine Katerina Pidkopai

Third runner-up: Miss Colombia Maria Del Mar Meza

Fourth runner-up Miss France Cassandra de Soussa

Garcia took to her social media as she wrote, “The feeling is still so surreal. This moment was just a dream for the longest time and now it is a reality. This was truly God’s plan. I’m still in awe with all of the things that had happened. Thank you so much everyone for the love & support that you have given me. It would not be possible without all of you. We did it, Philippines! Your Miss Aura International 2021.”



For her national costume, Garcia wore a costume inspired by a beautiful Filipina woman who loves horses named ‘Philippa’ which derived from the word Philippines. An elegant Filipiñana intricately designed and showcased the Philippines symbolism, it displays and mimics the beauty of the national flower which is Sampaguita, rained with thousands of pearls that represent the country as the Pearl of the Orient, and a Kalesa which is a small 2-wheeled calash used as transportation in the Philippines.

This is the first time that the Philippines participated in the Miss Aura International pageant. The Miss Aura International Philippines Organization initially planned to hold a national pageant, but due to time constraints and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, they opted to hold a special screening. Being the debut delegate for Philippines at the Miss Aura International platform, Alexandra had big responsibility to set bars high and keep up with the country’s legacy at international pageants.