Karachi-born model Erica Robin left an incredible impression in Miss Universe pageant 2023, with her charismatic personality and glamorous charisma, portraying rich traditions of Pakistan. El Salvador hosted the 72nd edition of Miss Universe pageant. The pageant saw the model secure position in top 20 among 80 countries who participated in this year’s pageant. Though the model couldn’t make it to the top 10.
As Erica Robin prepares for future achievements, fans and fashion fraternity get are curious to find out and know more about the first ever Miss Universe Pakistan. The beauty queen is already gaining lot of attention from the biggest platforms.
Additionally, Erica is an integral part of the Red Cross Family, having joined the Red Cross Youth Philippines. Engaging with the youth, she spent a day listening to their aspirations, creating a meaningful activity day filled with shared hopes and dreams for the future.
The 24-year-old model and beauty queen has recapped her appreciation for Pakistan’s diverse cultures at various occasions, including the opening contest for Miss Universe which required contenders to don their national costume. Remarking on her personal and cultural identity, she flaunted a vibrant costume “Pehchaan.”
Beauty pageants are a common occurrence in the world. But, news of a Pakistani woman competing on the international stage for the first time has gained enormous attention in the country. “For the first time ever, Pakistan will have a participant in the Miss Universe contest. I’m under a lot of pressure and have a lot of responsibility. However, I won’t do anything that would harm the reputation of the country” stated Erica Robin.
While women of Pakistani origin have previously participated in domestic beauty pageants held in different countries, Pakistan itself has never been represented on the Miss Universe stage until now. In a previous interview with Voice of America, Erica expressed her enthusiasm for the competition, stating that she would be overjoyed if she were to win, proudly proclaiming that she belongs to Pakistan.