4 African designers who dressed Beyoncé during her Mzansi trip

4 African designers who dressed Beyoncé during her Mzansi trip

While she was in South Africa, Beyoncé wore clothes designed by African fashion designers. South Africans represented well, and the international icon was very impressed. She even gave them a shoutout on social media.

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Beyoncé's South African fans were super happy when she came to SA during the Global Citizen Festival.

It took her a while to give Mzansi recognition, but when she did, she did it in a big way that her fans loved.

The idolised woman took to social media to thank the fashion designers that worked hard to keep her looking awesome.

Thank you to the talented African designers who kept me feeling fresh. Y'all go so hard

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A report by OkayAfrica indicated that Queen Bey wore an ancient Egyptian-inspired beaded body suit for her festival performance and it was designed by Enhle Mbali Maphumulo of Manual Rossa Apparel and Quiteria & George.

Here's a look at 5 of the outfits she sported that were designed by Africans.

Tongoro Studio and Edun

This black and white outfit comes from Senegalese fashion guru Sarah Diouf's line Tongoro Studio,. The matching handbag is by ethically-sourced bag company Edun.

Queen Bey looked smoking hot in this breezy set, also from Tongoro Studio.

MmusoMaxwell and Adama Paris

This green and navy jumpsuit by is South African brand Mmusomaxwell, and the red patent leather bag is by Senegalese designer Adama Ndiaye's label Adama Paris.

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Yhebe Design

Beyoncé looked relaxed in this earth-tone look courtesy of the Ivorian label Yhebe Design.

Rich Mnisi

Here, Beyoncé wore a patterned button-up blouse and crocodile print skirt from South African brand Rich Mnisi.

Peulh Vagabond

This fabulous top and pants set is by Fulani designer Dyenaa Diaw, behind the fashion brand Peulh Vagabond.

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