Kwena Baloyi

She became Vogue Italia’s homepage cover girl while British Vogue, French Vogue, New York Times and Essence all gave her stye a shout-out. Known as “Kween Kwena” she evokes an african spirit an style in all of us. Her eccentric African hair styles celebrate natural hair and forces a shift in what was perceived to be “difficult hair”. She’s qouted as saying, “I dress to tell a story and include elements from different cultures” and her Instagram shows that clearly.

Bonang Matheba

Bonang is a force and a formidable  presence in South African pop culture. Love her or hate her, one thing is for sure, when she enters a room you’ll notice. Her style is simple and glamorous. She's figured out what she loves and always looks amazing. Through her TV show Being Bonang, she teaches us it all starts with confidence in yourself, your dream and creating a fabulous life.

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Michelle Obama

She may no longer be America’s First Lady but her grace lives on, as proven by the big cheer she received when interviewed by Tracee Ellis at the 2018 United States of Women Summit in Los Angeles. Michelle entered our space and made us believe that women are more than just bodies in the kitchen. We get to decide how we’re going to live and not what society expects of us. 


Tracee Ellis Ross

She won her first Golden Globe in 2017, her mom is the legendary singer Diana Ross, and she’s the leading  actress in the American series Black-ish. This one is funny, talented and stylish. We all want to be like her when we grow up. She’s all about women looking good for themselves. At 45, she still kills every outfit she rocks.

Rihanna

This Barbadian beauty, singer and actress is the muse of women everywhere. In short, she’s our 21st century style icon. She’s mastered the art of of dressing for herself and the camera. Her fashion is daring and she’s willing to break the rules to have an elevated look. Her wardrobe is every woman’s dream.