Fedra Alpés to represent Mexico at Top Model of the World 2021

28 Jan 2022 | Camilla Suarez

The Top Model of the World organization has recently introduced the official delegate Mexico for the upcoming edition of the international pageant. The country will be represented by Top Model of the World Mexico 2022 Fedra Alpes.

23 years old Fedra stands 171cm tall and is an experienced beauty queen. In the last edition of Miss Mexico 2021, the diva was a part of the Top 10 finalists. Apart from that, Fedra was also among the Top 13 in the Talent Contest, Top 13 in the Beach Beauty Contest and was placed as the first runner-up for the Top Model contest.

Alpes studied the Bachelor of International Trade at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara. During her university career she represented the Mexican Institute of Finance Executives (IMEF) by the UAG. She is a member of the Coordinating Council of Young Entrepreneurs of Jalisco as a university link and currently gives lectures in various parts of the country on finance, personal development, women's empowerment and feminism.



During her stint at the national pageant, Freda decided to undertake her social project, Intinerante Mente, focused on girls and boys who are in situations of risk, so that they can have a better development, growth but above all instill knowledge and love in themselves.

She considers herself a very positive, optimistic person, always seeing the bright side of everything, she loves listening to others, dancing, reading, learning new things and constantly challenging herself. Freda is fluent in English, learned Braille and is currently studying Sign language.

The grand finale of 28th edition of Top Model of the World is scheduled to take place on 11th March 2022 at Tanoak Resort in Ain Sukhna, an hour away from Cairo, the capital of Egypt. The contestants will stay at the 5 Star Grand Select Crystal Bay Resort, one of the best hotels in Hurghada, after their arrival on 27th and 28th February 2022. The winner of this year’s edition will succeed Peru's Pierinna Patiño for the title.