Beyoncé’s mom gives ‘boss lady’ vibes in this suit by Ghanaian designer Christie Brown

Beyonce's mom Tina Knowles-Lawson

Every seasoned traveler always carries a piece of their travel experience with them by way of souvenirs. Souvenirs can range from artifacts to a piece of clothing or even photographs or a postcard from the country you traveled to.

When the mother of Beyoncé travels to any country, then you are to be certain she would take away the best of souvenirs because the mother of the Queen B should not be underrated.

Mrs. Tina Knowles-Lawson was in Ghana in December 2019 to commemorate the “Year of Return” and she sure did grab for herself some great mementos to remind her of the swell time she had in the West African country.

In an Instagram post, Mrs. Knowles-Lawson shared a gorgeous photo of herself donning a stunning suit by the prolific Ghanaian designer Christie Brown.

The renowned businesswoman and fashion designer tipped her hats off to the Ghanaian designer’s ensemble and she made sure to shout it out to the whole world.

“Hi This suit is by Christie Brown a talented Ghanaian designer. She mixes traditional African prints with pin stripes and the pants are very cool. ❤️ I got it in Ghana ❤️ @christiebrowngh this was a great photographer. (marcus.branch) he is in Philly❤️,” she captioned the photo of her in the suit.

Aisha Obuobi is the brain behind the power fashion house Christie Brown which was founded in 2008. Obuobi named the label after her grandmother, Christie Brown who was a seamstress as well.

The fashion house Christie Brown is widely known for its unique take on women’s apparel and accessories.

The fashion retailer’s pieces range from elegant bespoke gowns to everyday ready-to-wear statement pieces. Her designs infuse innovative accessories which are mainly inspired by African art and culture.

The bold and colorful pieces by Christie Brown, with just the right amount of cultural elements, is the best fit for any contemporary African woman.

Last Edited by:Ama Nunoo Updated: February 4, 2021


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