During the premier of Black Panther many stars and fans dressed up in African traditional attire. John Boyega and The black Eyed Peas Leona Lewis appears on the black carpet at the London’s event in Apollo. But apart from this African traditional wear some of the stars also wore several expensive designer dresses.
African traditional dress in Black Panther Premier
Black Panther is Marvel's first film with a cast of all black superheroes. In the premier of Black Panther several superstars and fans are dressed up in African traditional style. There are many other superstars also who wore expensive designer dresses also. Among them Lupita Nyongo and Daniel Kaluuya dressed up with some famous designers dress in the premier of Black Panther. From around the continent many people took the opportunity in order to wear African traditional wear.
The fans and the film actors take it in positive way of wearing African traditional in the Black Panther Premier. The Black Panther Movies had a blast in the social media and the film has put a good remark in the film industry and also in the fashion industry. Hashtags like #WhatBlackPantherMeansToMe have flooded social media and the film has also made a mark on the fashion industry too. In this fashion event traditional African show off clothes is being inspired by the Superhero movie Black Panther.
The soundtrack of the European premiere went on the live streaming on the last night. The music composition includes 14 tracks including music from the weeknd, Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott from SZA. The film stars and fans accept and encouraged the idea of wearing traditional African attire in the premiere of Black Panther. Black Panther is a marvel action as well as adventurous film which create a boom in the market. In the film all black superheroes are been casted together in order to have a vast market promotion.
And at the European premiere stars like Stormzy and John Boyega weren't far behind the curve, mixing suit trousers with West African prints.
Black Panther is out in UK cinemas on 13 February.