With the worldwide release of `Lion King’ last Friday, twitter was buzzing through the stratosphere. While we all re-lived our teenage years with the animation version of this iconic film, Queen B, Beyoncé was making her own beehive delirious with pleasure, dropping her album in tribute to the movie. Beyoncé shared the music video for ‘Spirit‘, one of the official songs from the soundtrack of The Lion King in which she plays Nala. In her own words, Beyonce described her song as a `love letter to Africa.’ Never one to disappoint, the fashion in the epic video is as amazing as her fans have come to expect. So impressive.
From an enormous Valentino couture gown to sequins, tassels, embellishment and plenty of colour, we break down the looks you need to see from the video.
The singer wore a pink-and-purple satin Valentino gown with plenty of ruffles and an enormous train, worn over a tulip-cupped latex mini dress by Bizarre Fetish Couture, aka Venus Prototype.
The next look was a hooded one shouldered, hooded blue gown.
She then appeared in a beautiful pink satin dress by Tel Aviv-based designer, Shahar Avnet
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Her next ensemble was a zebra-print outfit by Tongoro Studio complete with their “Cairo” brass facepiece, while the rest of the cast dressed in hot pink.
The singer and her backing dancers then wore bright-yellow, stretchy designs by designer Norma Kamali.
They then stepped out in red string ensembles by Déviant La Vie.
A white beaded look by Maison Alexandrine was next.
Beyoncé wore an electric blue, fringed ensemble by Laurel DeWitt for the next segment of the video.
The final look was a bright orange, pleated, low-cut dress.