Beyoncé's mom endorses new suit of Ghanaian brand Christie Brown

Beyoncé's mom endorses new suit of Ghanaian brand Christie Brown

- Tina Knowles, the mother of American celebrity Beyoncé has praised Ghanaian clothing brand Christie Brown's suit for quality & creativity

- Beyoncé's mom herself is a renowned businesswoman and fashion designer, which makes her words for Christie Brown's suit carry much weight

- Mrs Knowles indicates that she bought the suit during her visit to Ghana

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Popular American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles, has praised the works of Ghanaian fashion brand Christie Brown and worn the beautiful outfit in recent photos.

Tina Knowles made the rather amazing declarations about Christie Brown's new suit on her official Instagram handle, in a post sighted by Briefly.co.za.

Knowles' own words were: “Hi This suit is by Christie Brown, a talented Ghanaian designer. She mixes traditional African prints with pinstripes and the pants are very cool. I got it in Ghana”.

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The words of Beyonce's mother carry so much weight in particular because Knowles herself is a businesswoman and fashion designer in America.

It is indicated that the African-American designer recently curated a holiday collection for Caché, Solange’s wedding looks and designing for Destiny’s Child.

This news is a great moment of motivation for Ghanaian brands as it portrays the fact that they can also produce quality works that would be worn and admired by people all over the world.

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In other news, popular Ghanaian Afro-pop singer and songwriter Noella Wiyaala builds a massive Arts Center at Funsi in the Upper West Region of Ghana where she grew up.

The renowned celebrity who sings in her native language Sissala and Waala dialects, as well as English, broke the news on her official Instagram handle when she shared a video of the Wiyaala Art Center which is under construction.

Noella, who is only 33 and grew up at both Funsi and Tumu, as one of four sisters got exposed to music very early in life, having her first performance at age 5.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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