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EGLANTINA

Eglantina Zingg is a Venezuelan TV/Media personality and Agent of Peace. She began her career as a VJ for MTV Latin America and is known as the host of Project Runway Latin America.

TV/Media Personality

 
 

Eglantina Zingg

From MTV VJ to Project Runway Latin America host, Eglantina is constantly seeking the latest in the worlds of fashion, design, and style. She has hosted three major TV network shows, as well as the MTV Latin American Music & Movie Awards and Miss Venezuela. She is a writer and a businesswoman involved in multiple fashion & music projects across Latin America. Eglantina is a longtime contributor for the Huffington Post.

 
 
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Fashion & TV Host

Eglantina began her television career at MTV Latin America where she hosted the daily show L'Güeveo, as well as the MTV Latin America VideoMusic Awards and the MTV Latin America Movie Awards. She also starred in E! GLAM TOUR and is currently the host for Glitz TV's: PROJECT RUNWAY LATIN AMERICA.


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Eglantina starred and produced in MANIFESTO (GlitzTV), a global journey through style, music and arts. Her feature film debut was in SECRETO DE CONFESION a police thriller directed by Edgar Ramirez. Eglantina also starred and produced the short film LACASA DEL DR. REDPHONE; Venezuela's first fashion film shot at Villa Planchart.
 
 
 
“Eglantina was named Fashion Icon of the year by Marie Claire & Glamour Magazines, and Fashion Ambassador for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week worldwide.”

Brand Ambassador

Eglantina is a model represented by Ford Models. In 2011 Eglantina was named Fashion Icon of the year by Marie Claire and fashion Ambassador for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week worldwide. In 2015, Glamour Magazine named her Fashion Icon of the year. In 2017 HOLA T.V. named her most influential Latin style blogger in NYC. She has numerous magazine covers including Elle, Marie Claire, GQ, Maxim & Vogue. Her collaborations with brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Carolina Herrera, Roberto Cavalli, Paco Rabanne and Tag Heuer led her to become Latin America's "it" girl.