Beyonce Wore Six Different Outfits On Stage...And One Was From A Middle Eastern Designer

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Each look was a subtle representation of the 54 countries of Africa

Last night, Beyonce stunned on stage at the at the 2018 Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 concert in South Africa, to commemorate what would have been Nelson Mandela's 100th birthday, wearing a bright pink ruffled couture dress from Lebanese label Ashi Studio.



And you might just recognise the dress from the Cannes Film Festival red carpet earlier this year. Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone also walked the red carpet clad in the statement Ashi Studio number back in May.

Deepika Padukone wears Ashi Studio on the 2018 Cannes Film Festival red carpet 

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Crazy in love with Beyoncé's epic Global Citizen Festival look? Well that’s not all she wore on stage. The Single Ladies signer performed in six different looks during the evening, and all of them paid tribute to Africa.

Beyonce’s first look what a custom-made gown by British designer Mary Katrantzou, which boasts a map that depicts all 54 countries in Africa made out of Swarovski crystals.



Queen Bey then took to the stage in a Balmain creation by Olivier Rousteing.



Lest we forget about that stunning, aforementioned Ashi Studio number.



Esteban Cortázar was the creative brains behind Beyonce’s fourth look, which featuring thousands of African beads in colours of the country’s flag, and traditional Ndebele neck rings.



Hollywood’s ultimate power couple made an appearance on stage, Beyonce clad in an emerald green number.



And finally, closing the show with her backing dancers in a Crayola-esque line-up of Versace suits and wide-brimmed hats.


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