In a gala held at CHAOS in City of Dreams Manila, OPPO announced a sponsorship with Philippines Next Top Model (PNTM): High Street.
The OPPO F1s is my phone of choice for its limitless possibilities when it comes to taking selfies and of my life and blogging journey.
I used to watch America’s Next Top Model religiously. The creative and fun challenges they would take made the show all the more interesting.
“America’s Next Top model was a worldwide sensation that several countries had their own edition of the internationally renowned television contest. We are proud to be part of this show’s new Philippine edition,” said OPPO Philippines Brand Marketing Manager Stephen Cheng. “Like the brand’s collaboration with the team behind America’s Next Top Model, we hope to be just as successful here in the country.”
OPPO was the official partner of America’s Next Top Model (ANTM) Cycle 22, which aired in 2015. Contestants were given selfie challenges involving the camera features of the OPPO R7 and R7 Plus: Beautify, Double Exposure, and Panorama.
While the phone for the upcoming PNTM cycle is yet to be revealed, OPPO announced that it will sign up the show’s top three models as online influencers.
The Kapatid Network, which aired two seasons of Asia’s Next Top Model, announced auditions in early January this year after acquiring production and airing rights.
Former Binibining Pilipinas-World and host for the night Maggie Wilson will head the panel of judges that will choose the winner among 24 contestants.
Other judges will include celebrity stylist Rain Dagala and Professional Models Association of the Philippines President Raf Kiefer.