Candice Guivarch crowned Miss Elégance France 2021

28 Jun 2021 | Camilla Suarez



Miss Elégance France 2021, i.e. the 5th edition of Miss Elégance France was hosted recently where stunning divas from all over the country competed for the national crown. At the end of the event, Léa Llorens Miss Elégance France 2020 crowned her successor, Candice Guivarch Miss Elégance France 2021, making her the the official candidate of France for Miss Earth 2021.

The Miss Elegance France 2021 coronation ceremony took place at the Splendid de Dax in Dax, Landes, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France on June 26th, 2021. Including Guivarch, 20 women competed for the Miss Earth France 2021 title.

Miss Elégance France 2021 Candice Guivarch’s court includes –

First runner-up – Miss Elégance Réunion Amelie Gigan

Second runner-up – Miss Elégance Aquitaine Elea-loup Gautier

Third runner-up – Miss Elégance Alsace Marie Victoire Schwerdel

Fourth runner-up – Miss Elégance Nord-Pas-De-Calais Solene Girard



Candice took the opportunity to express her gratitude, as she took to her social media where she wrote, “I am very happy to have won this election. I thank all the people who believed in me and who supported me since the beginning of this adventure! A big thank you to the committee because we had a very emotional week. Congratulations again to all the other girls. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

21 year-old Candice stands 180cm tall and works as a model. After graduating from Lycée Michel Anguier in Eu, Normandy, she attended Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales du Nord (EDHEC), a business school in Roubaix, France, where she studied business administration.

The newly crowned Miss Earth France 2021 is of Middle Eastern descent and speaks fluent French and English. Candice will now be preparing for her stint at Miss Earth 2021, the 21st edition of the Miss Earth pageant. Currently, the country has four placements in Miss Earth, which are all Top 16 finishes. If Guivarch wins Miss Earth 2021, she will be the first French woman to win the title, as the country is yet to pioneer its win for the crown.