Beyoncé highlighted these African Designers in Visual Album Black Is King

For a long time dark skin, has been considered unknowingly or knowingly by those who exist outside it as undesirable. Although Beyonce’s visual album has nothing to do with black lives matter movement, her latest love letter to African diaspora couldn’t be more perfect timing as it displays the glory of black, our roots, joy and beauty. In doing so Beyonce highlighted these African Designers and so many black owned fashion houses. The film also features numerous African artists Tiwa Savage, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Shatta Wale, Yemi Alade, Mr Eazi, Tekno, Busiswa and Salatiel

5:31 Jérôme

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Beyonce wore Custom hand-beaded Nigerian lace designed by Jerome Lamaar and silk trench/jumper hybrid and Razer sharp sunglasses . Jerome Lamar is Bronx based designer who founded his 5:31 Jérôme brand in 2013.

Tongoro

Beyonce wore Togoro’s BIRMA dress for brown skin girl. The houndstooth gown featured a plunging neckline and a cascading train. TONGORO is an African label desinged and produced in Dakar, Senegal. The label was launched in 2016 by Sarah Diouf.

Loza Maléombho

Beyonce wore custom Loza Maléombho, Kpele belt, Queen ring and Bororo facepiece in Already. Loza Maléombho is an Ivorian American fashion designer owner of her eponymous label.

Lace by Tanaya

Beyonce wore custom @lacebytanaya and @chanelofficial earrings.

Levenity

Beyonce wore Levenity custom velvet floral bodysuit, which was topped off with a bespoke jacket. The Dallas-Based Fashion Designer And Owner Of LeVenity is a Haitian American designer, Venny Etienne.

Duckie Confetti

Beyonce wore Mood 4 Eva Money Print Pajamas by Duckie Confetti. It featured a loose fitting jacket with waist belt and wide leg pants with elastic waistband and side pockets. The New York native boast of clientele which includes Cardi B, Dream Doll, Fabolous, The Kardashians and lots more.

Adama Paris

Beyonce wore  @adamaparistudio custom made dress for Black is king. Adama Amanda Ndiaye is a Senegalese fashion designer and owner of eponymous brand.

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