It didn't take long for fans of Maureen Wroblewitz, the first Filipina to win "Asia's Next Top Model," to see what she would look like on the cover of a magazine.
Moments after she was announced as the winner of the popular modeling search Wednesday night, "Nylon Singapore" unveiled its cover starring the Pinay-German teen.
It was part of Wroblewitz's prize, which also includes a contract with London-based Storm Model Management.
The special July issue has Wroblewitz recall her arduous journey on the competition, some behind-the-scenes tidbits, as well as several features on the Philippines' tourist spots.
For the cover, Wroblewitz was photographed by Nylon Singapore's editor-in-chief Adele Chan, who was full of praise for the Pinay during the final episode of "Asia's Next Top Model."
"When I look at a model, when I look at a girl, I need to think, 'If I put her face on the cover, is she going to sell my magazine?' And I think in your case, yes," Chan told Wroblewitz.