Saturday night’s Saving Mbango Movie Premiere saw some of Cameroon’s top leading public figures. Some of the big names in music, film, and entertainment joined Stephanie Tum for the screening of her movie. In view of Saving Mbango at Canal Olympia theatre in
The star-studded premiere was attended by a bevvy of celebrities and entertainers, including actress Nsang Dilong. Dilong looked like royalty in a green Kaba Ngondo dress by dressmaker EK Kreations paired with a flamboyant pink fascinator inspired by the rich Sawa culture. Not only did Dilong came to slay.
The star of the night, Laura Onyama who plays Mbango in the movie served major inspiration. Onyama rocked an iconic green look inspired by plantain leaves. Her green velvet strapless Toghu dress designed by Liz Ngwane of Margo’s matched with green inspired makeup put her at the top of our hit list.
Tradtional Splendour- Saving Mbango Movie P remiere
Also slaying at the event was Hariana Barbi. Harian who is the CEO of Lucy Exotic Wear rocked a Kente gown with a deep neckline by JS Designs. 25, who sizzled in a purple sequined dress.
Despite the Traditional theme, Makeup artist GKI Boudoir dissed the dress code and opted for a classic Great Gatsby bombshell. Equally important, she looked regal in her red sequin dress by Annie Kukkie Wardrobe.
Uniquely, Merry Men actress Nore Ndem came through with a royal twist. Nora wore a Blue and White off-the-shoulder Toghu outfit by Lino T
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