Gretchen’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude on her 2nd college degree

  • Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique Cojuangco graduated magna cum laude from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in California for finishing her degree in Associate of Arts degree in Merchandising and Marketing
  • This is Dominique’s second degree as she has already finished a degree in Fashion Design at the Istituto Marangoni in London
  • Gretchen was indeed a proud mom with her unica hija’s achievement

Gretchen Barretto is one proud mother as her daughter with Tonyboy Cojuangco finished her second college degree in flying colors.

Image by Dominique Cojuangco via Instagram

Gretchen was a picture of one proud parent as she showed off her daughter Dominique’s recent achievement. On Instagram, the actress shared a photo of Dominique’s college diploma which showed she finished her degree as a magna cum laude.

Dominique earned her Latin honors from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in California for finishing her degree in Associate of Arts in Merchandising and Marketing. What’s even more impressive is that this is actually Dominique’s second college degree. She has previously finished a degree in Fashion Design at the Istituto Marangoni in London.

Gretchen captioned her photo with, “My baby love. Magna cum laude.”

Meanwhile, 24-year-old Dominique is as proud as her mother with her achievement. She also shared a glimpse of her college diploma on her Instagram Stories and wrote, “Four months late, but hey! My second degree.”

Image by Dominique Cojuangco via Instagram

Back in 2017, Dominique shared her fashion collection named “La Doña.” In an earlier interview she disclosed that she “pulled inspiration from the Philippines” for her collection.

Dominique described her design; saying, “With emphasis on the word ‘inspired,’ I wanted my clothing to exude the elegance of a Filipina woman without blatantly screaming where I took my inspiration from.”

“I looked at photographs of ‘old’ and ‘new’ Manila for color, using a vivid palette because Filipinos are known for their bright and sunny dispositions.”