Lupita Nyong’o is like the Oprah effect for clothes — everything she wears turns to gold. The latest beneficiary of her red carpet magic is Cameroonian designer Kibonen Nfi.
The Oscar winner and three-time Vogue cover girl wore a beautiful blue dress by the West African designer for an appearance on Good Morning America on Monday to promote her new film, Queen of Katwe, pairing the look with another gorgeous head wrap.
There isn't an inch of this entire look that isn't flawless:
The stunning @lupitanyongo in a @kibonen_ny design while on a #press tour for film #QueenofKatwe 😍 #Repost @kibonen_ny ・・・ This is specially dedicated to our workers at the @madein_camer factory. Thank you for believing in this dream and standing strong by me. For the people who share this culture the #Bamenda #bamileke #tikar people our culture is rich and loved. For my fellow Cameroonians I pray i made you proud. For my dear young people struggling to build their dreams - we can do it. We made it. Fichian Nfi you held this down thank you. Hope this made you pleased. For my spiritual fortress my pastor Agatha Coates I can only say thank you. For my backbone @davidnso_ what will this be without you? Thank you for believing in me and holding me strong. Thank you Barry Finch for everything. The journey to this day has not been easy but the bible says In Matthew 6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Today I understand what this means. ......... #fashiondesigner #blackgirlmagic #sistershelpingsisters #trustgodsplan #seekgodfirst #africanfashion #madeincamer #fashionbloggers #fashionfordevelopment #queenofkatwe #lupitanyongo" #melanin #blackgirlmagic #womensupportwomen
The Oscar winner also decided to celebrate hitting three million Instagram followers by busting a rhyme. #BARS
Headwraps and real raps. This girl is everything. Watch her full interview on GMA here:
Lupita has been rocking Kibonen for a minute now, including during a recent appearance on Ellen. The label has partnered with fair trade textile house Made in Camer for looks that are both showstoppingly gorgeous, and ethically responsible. Visit Kibonen's Instagram to see more looks and read the inspiring story behind the brand.
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