Here's Every African Designer Beyoncé Wore During Her Trip to South Africa
Image via Beyoncé's Instagram.

"Thank you to the talented African designers who kept me feeling fresh. Y'all go so hard," the singer wrote on Instagram.

Beyoncé opted for bold colors and rich patterns during her trip to South Africa earlier this month for Global Citizen Festival, making a vibrant fashion statement with every outfit she was spotted in.

During her performance, the singer sported an ancient Egyptian-inspired beaded body suit, a bodice designed similarly to traditional Zulu jewelry and an emerald green ensemble made in collaboration with South African designers Enhle Mbali Maphumuloof Manual Rossa Apparel andQuiteria & George—but she rocked African-made looks off the stage as well.

In an Instagram post today, Queen Bey shared a slideshow of some of the striking outfits she rocked while in South Africa, and gave a shoutout to the designers behind them. "Thank you to the talented African designers who kept me feeling fresh. Y'all go so hard," wrote Queen Bey.

She's not lying, either. The talented designers—hailing from South Africa, Senegal and Côte d'Ivoire—definitely did their thing. Beyoncé looks both on and off stage were put together by New York and LA-based stylistZerina Akers.

Get familiar with the designers behind each look below. Check here for more details on the looks Beyoncé wore on-stage during Global Citizen.

MmusoMaxwell and Adama Paris 

Here the singer rocks a green and navy jumpsuit by South African brand Mmusomaxwell and a red patent leather bag by Senegalese designer Adama Ndiaye's label Adama Paris.

Peulh Vagabond 

The singer wore a matching top and pants set by Fulani designer Dyenaa Diaw, behind the fahshion brand Peulh Vagabond.

Rich Mnisi

Beyoncé wears a patterned button-up blouse and crocodile print skirt from South African brand Rich Mnisi.

Tongoro Studio and Edun 

This black and white ensemble is by Senegalese fashion guru Sarah Diouf's line Tongoro Studio, while the matching handbag is by ethically-sourced bag company Edun.

The singer rocked this breezy set, also from Tongoro Studio.

Yhebe Design and Afrikanista 

Beyoncé wore this earth-tone look courtesy of the Ivorian label Yhebe Design. The graphic shirt is by Paris-based label Afrikanista.