Black Panther Fashion Of Wakanda

Black Panther Fashion Of Wakanda

In a wonderful article, written by Tanisha C. Ford in the  she talks about the Oscar nominated, costume designer, Ruth Carter, on how she created the style of the films fictional, African Nation of Wakanda. From the Black Panthers first appearance in Marvels, Captain America Civil War, Black Panther, is one of the most highly anticipated movies of 2018. Black Panther has topped Civil Wars opening day at the box office. The Chadwick Boseman led movie, has hit a massive, $185 million opening in the first 3 days. Black Panther is expected to cross a $200 million mark come Monday. Riding high on an at Cinema score, and, a solid 97% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Movie goers see Black Panther in African inspired attire

Black Panther hit a big cultural impact, the beautiful designs from Ruth Carter have inspired many. With people on social media, saying, "Black people are being extra", I believe it is a great thing, for Marvel, for the Culture, a way to express a fashion sense that usually gets lost, how being unique and creative is really the most beautiful thing. Laura Bradley wrote a great article on, with the secrets behind Black Panther's spellbinding fashion, that was spilled out. It captivated movie goers, from men to woman, to dress like Royalty, in African inspired attire. At Loyally Elegant we have a blend of ancient, and modern African attire with a modern traditional way of

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In the Black Panther film, you see T'Challa,(black panther's) mother,(Angela Basset) for the first time in the movie, wearing a captivating white ensemble.

Chadwick Boseman and Angela Bassett in a scene from "Black Panther." Film Frame / Marvel Studios-Walt Disney

The shape and the flow was perfectly designed. If you haven't seen, Black Panther is a must see dope film with dope fashion.

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