This red carpet just got a whole lot blacker…
Cast and guests painted the ‘Black Panther’ premiere with cuts and shades of African couture screaming royalty and class. John Kaani, Lupita Nyongo, Angela Basset,Yara Shahidi, and John Boyega take the African prints and fashion to the Marvel cinematic Universe with outfitss from reputable international fashion designers.
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The movie itself is a great reflection of technology meeting African culture thanks to the vision of the film’s costume designer, Ruth E. Carter, bringing to life the imaginations of creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Coupled with the fast-paced action and political intrigue promised by the trailers and teasers, fans can also anticipate a splash of post-modernistic African style and fashion when the movie when it hits the cinemas in February.