When African beauty queen Olivia Yace, Miss Côte d’Ivoire, was chosen as the second runner-up for Miss World 2021 in the tournament held in Puerto Rico, it was a wonderful occasion for everyone.
Olivia Yace was stunning at the Miss World 2021 contest, speaking intelligently, walking confidently, and gracing the stage with her beauty.
The 23-year-old beauty queen, Olivia Yace was the only African woman to reach the top six. Olivia first dazzled us in 2021 when she appeared as Miss Cote D’Ivoire, wearing a gown and headgear made of cowries.
Olivia Yace: Facts
1. Olivia Yace was photographed wearing Gilles Toure’s design in the August 2015 issue of Uniwax magazine.
2. She walked the runway in the Top 10 de la Mode Ivoirienne fashion show in October 2015.
3. She attended Widener University in Chester, Pennsylvania, USA, from 2016 to 2020, where she got a bachelor’s degree in business management with a marketing specialization.
4. From February to June 2016, she worked as an assistant event coordinator for Eolis Abidjan in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.
5. She walked the runway at a fashion show in Geneva, Switzerland, in May 2016.
6. In September 2016, she was featured on the cover of BTENDANCE WEBZINE.
7. In January 2018, she was featured on the cover of the webzine Le Boulevard. She worked as a marketing event planner for the French-American Chamber of Commerce branch in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from January to April 2018.
8. She was a Monat Global market partner from February 2019 until September 2021.
9. She traveled to Lausanne, Switzerland, in June 2019. She worked as an event coordinator for Sofitel in Cote d’Ivoire from June to December 2019.
10. In October of this year, she traveled to Paris, France.
11. On September 4, 2021, she competed against 23 other candidates for the title of Miss Cote d’Ivoire 2021 at the Sofitel Abidjan Hôtel Ivoire in Abidjan won, making her Cote d’Ivoire’s Miss World 2021 contender.
When she was crowned Miss World Cote d’Ivoire 2021, she was 23 years old. She represented Cote d’Ivoire at Miss World 2021, where she competed alongside 96 other contestants in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in December 2021. She was chosen as one of 40 quarterfinalists.
13. On March 16, 2022, she competed against 39 other quarterfinalists in the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan during the Miss World 2021 coronation night. She was crowned Miss World Africa 2021 after finishing second to Karolina Bielawska of Poland.