We are still so early in the year but Beyoncè isn’t slowing down her row when it comes to fashion and we are so here for it! We all know that when it comes to supporting black-owned brands Queen Bey is always at the fore.

Hence, it didn’t come as a surprise when she pulled up at the Dreamweavers exhibition organized by Grammy award-winning hip-hop producer ‘Swizz Beatz’ on the 13th of February 2019. The exhibit showcased pieces by African-American artists like Kehinde Wiley, David Hammons, Karon Davis, Nick Cave, Charles White, Cy Gavin, Carrie Mae Weems and Kerry James Marshall.

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Beyoncé’s Ankara suit definitely stole the show as she paired this with a matching Ankara fascinator as styled by Zerina Akers and designed by EnaGancio  A Nigerian/American Fashion Brand. What better way to show her support for the works of the African-American artists?

To finish off her looks, Beyoncé’s Ankara suit was paired with a purple boxy purse by L’afshar and a pair of sandals in a darker shade. For her face glam, her slightly smoky eyeshadow matched her accessories while her lippie matched her clothing.

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