BEYONCE SHUT’S DOWN GLOBAL CITIZEN FESTIVAL IN 6 CUSTOM LOOKS

SLUMSMAG STAFF: GREG LEWIS


Beyonce and Jay Z are always incredible during their live concert performances and this time is no different.

Beyonce and Jay ZGlobal Citizen Festival

The event featured performances by super stars such as, Pharell WilliamsEd SheeranUsher, and Chris Martin.

The music festival was in honor celebration of the late Nelson Mandela’s 100th Birthday.

According to Style, for the performance, the Carter’s performed a set similar to their OTRII tour after Oprah delivered the most powerful keynote speech.

Besides the outstanding performace, Beyonce shut down the show will her sickening outfit choices that honored the late South African president and activist.


MARY KATRANTZOU

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I’m so honoured and proud to have designed this bespoke piece for @beyonce and I couldn’t have dreamt of a better occasion than the @glblctzn celebrating 100 years of Mandela. She is a true inspiration, a leader and the perfect example of what it means to be a Global citizen! Her coat has the 54 countries of Africa mapped out and on each country there is a different embroidery representing its diversity @swarovski . Last night was magical!!! EVERY SINGLE MOMENT!!!! All hail the Queen B!!!!! 👑👑👑👑#100yearsofMandela #globalcitizen #beyonce #marykatrantzou Thank you @lejenke @zerinaakers ❤️🙏🏻🙏🏼🙏🏽🙏🏾🙏🏿❤️ #globalcitizenfestival #mandela100

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It was reported that her looks had hidden messages and paying homage to the great continent of Africa.

Bey’s oversized jacket had all 54 African countries mapped out with embroidery in Swarovski crystals, celebrating the diversity in Africa.


BALMAIN

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ESTEBAN CORTAZAR

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VERSACE

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ASHI STUDIO

ENHLE MBALI X QUITERIA & GEORGE

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