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March 21, 2018 Runway To Red Carpet

2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala Red Carpet Roundup

At the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala on Saturday (March 17) in LA, Beyonce may have been Queen B with her undulating golden goddess gown. But, there were still plenty of fashion-minded femmes making waves there—and adopting the ‘Black Panther’ theme via their Wakanda-inspired looks.

Tina Knowles: Like mother, like daughter. Bey’s mom and Wearable Art Gala co-founder also went down a golden-bronze path—granted, a more subdued one—in this Jean-Louis Sabaji Spring 2018 Couture satin creation that was bedecked in a feathered cape for dramatic effect.

Halle Bailey: This Yanina Spring 2017 Couture white trumpet gown was a revelation on Halle. I loved the exaggerated silhouette and the intricacy of the black embroidery.

Chloe Bailey: As the sisters generally coordinate their looks, Chloe also wore a dress from the Yanina Spring 2017 Couture collection. I think it’s safe to say Halle’s had a bit more effective impact, as this sheer overlay design translated a bit maturely for the young entertainer.

La La Anthony: Reflecting the night’s theme, La La’s custom Sergio Hudson velvet gown featured traditional African mud cloth sleeves and fit her hourglass silhouette like a glove.

Yanina Spring 2017 Couture

Credit: Yanina Couture, Jean-Louis Sabaji & Getty

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