Black Woman Makes Her Country Proud In The Beyonce’s Black Is King Album
Head wraps on the continent of Africa are as dynamic and diverse as the African-Print cloth fashions they complement.
Azeezat Abiola Amusat of Abiola Beauty Concept, who created all the unique wraps on view in African-Print Fashion has made not only her country, Nigeria proud but has made the whole of Africa proud.
Azeezat Abiola Amusat, a US-based beautician, from Lagos state, took Nigeria to a different level as she styled Beyonce’s gele in her new visual album, Black Is King.
The first child in a family of seven, she had her secondary school education in both Police Children School in Ikeja and Lagos State Model College, Badore, before she bagged her degree in Philosophy from Lagos State University, Yoruba Movie Gist reports.
Azeezat whose name is a household name in the Nigerian fashion industry has won several awards and was once recognized by Google. She once exhibited her artwork GELE with UCLA Museum and it was also exhibited in New York Broadway.