1. Michelle Obama.
The former US first lady a huge fan of African print. The lawyer was often seen rocking African print dresses during her Barrack's two terms as president. The fashion savvy FLOTUS was often seen in different African fashion clothing and looking effortlessly elegant and beautiful.
The Fenty beauty founder is one of the richest female celebrities in the world. The Barbadian beauty has been seen rocking Ankara dresses on various occasions including on a visit to the Whitehouse.
Queen B as she is often referred to by her adoring fans always looks stunning in whatever she chooses to put on. The mother of three really stands out when she rocks a stunning African print. She often loves rocking rocking African prints with matching head wraps.
4. Alicia Keys.
15 time Grammy award winning singer and songwriter is another stunning female celebrity who is a huge fan of African prints. She especially has made African print head wraps fashionable.
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