Beyoncé, Rihanna, Lupita Nyong'o ... Hollywood stars at the service of African creation - JeuneAfrique.com

From g. to d. : Angela Bassett, Tracee Ellis Ross and Beyoncé, wearing African designer clothes. © Editing JA / Richard Shotwell / AP / SIPA /

To boost its communication, nothing like a world star. Today, the creation of the continent benefits from the aura of a Rihanna, a Beyoncé or a Lupita Nyong'o. Which affirm in passing their African identity.

A majestic siren dress with buckets, with blue and red wax print shimmering. This is one of the outfits worn by actress Tracee Ellis Ross, daughter of Diana Rossat the American Music Awards (AMAs) she presented in Los Angeles last October. The model was signed Claude Lavie Kameni, Cameroonian designer, founder of the brand LavieByCK. The latter had already been talked about in August, after dressing Janet Jackson for his clip, Made for Now - in which the singer is all dressed in wax!

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