Let’s Show You How Beyonce And These International Celebrities Rock African Prints!

You call them African prints, the world calls it Ankara!

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Whatever you call it, we all know these traditional prints and fabric make wonderful fashion pieces-jumpsuits, blazers, rompers and more.

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Well, our A-list celebrities in Hollywood wouldn’t want to be left out of the Ankara craze, check out how your favorite actors, actresses,  politicians and musicians slayed in the prints from the motherland.

Michelle Obama

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The former first lady dazzles in her Ankara overcoat during her time in office…a powerful fashion statement made by a powerful leader.

Eva Marcille

Eva Marcille, actress, TV host, model and the third winner of the hit show America’s Next Top Model drops it down in her Ankara skirt.

Solange Knowles

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We just can’t stop crushing on Solange’s dress.


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Be honest, RiRi slays it better!

Nicki Minaj

Damn! The Harajuku Barbie is looking fly.


She obviously is the Queen! Beyonce never fails to deliver.


The “Classic Man” lives up to the standard in his long sleeves tucked in his pants.

Tinie Tempah

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Tinie Tempah rather wants his, the casual way with shirts and shorts

Lance Gross















The kuffi never looked this awesome as it does on Lance Gross.

Alicia Keys

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Alicia strutting her stuff in her Ankara dress.

Gwen Stefani

Slay Gwen! Slay!

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