Beyonce loves her African prints!
American singer Beyonce stunned when she wore an African printed orange pantsuit to exhibition opening with husband Jay-Z yesterday (14.02.19).
She was supporting the opening of the Dreamweavers exhibition at the UTA Artist Space in Beverly Hills alongside her husband, Jay-Z. The art exhibition was co-presented by producer Swiss Beatz and featured the work of several prominent African-American artists such as Carrie Mae Weems, Kehinde Wiley, Kerry James Marshall, and Cy Gavin.
The songstress, 37, who showed off her outfit of the night on Instagram, had all eyes on her at the event in a plunging orange pantsuit with matching wide-brim hat tilted upon her cascading curls.
This is not the first time that the “Obsessed” actress has totally killed it in African inspired outfits.
As reported by The Sauce last year the mother of three relived her Global Citizen moments on social media by posting all her iconic outfit pieces from that “magical” 2-hour performance at FNB stadium and she posted a photo in a pair of Masaai beaded earrings. She went on to thank all the talented African designers who kept her feeling fresh.
During her May 2017 baby shower for twins Sir and Rumi, dubbed ‘The Carter Push Party’, Beyonce donned an African ‘Kitenge’ print skirt, top, jewelry and topped it off with a headscarf.
Five years ago the “Hello” singer took to her Instagram handle to share photos of her styled in different beautiful Ankara and animal print attire.
Clearly, Queen B has something for African print.