Angela Basset Wears Zambian Designer To Hollywood Awards Ceremony
Angela Bassett channeled the African queen she played in Black Panther to present an award at American Black Film Festival Honors in Beverly Hills on Sunday night.
The Oscar nominee easily defied her 59 years in a $169 Mangishi Doll Co. SS/18 ‘MD Marsha Pencil II’ dress featuring a Chitenge print from Zambia selected by stylist Jennifer Austin.
“Mangishi Doll (MD) is an Afro-Eclectic clothing line, inspired by bold prints and unique style. It is a contemporary line intentionally crafted for the Doll that dares to stand out!
The clothing line was established in 2014, founded by African Designer, Kapasa Musonda who was born and raised in Zambia. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles, California U.S.A. Since establishment, Mangishi Doll is steadily growing, with an online presence that has channelled exports to the U.S.A, Europe, Australia and Africa.”