Can You Feel The Love Tonight? Or is it just because The Lion King is popping out in theatres this weekend? South Africans have numerous reasons to be desirous about Disney’s upcoming feature film and David Tlale has given us any other after his paintings were once on show on the film’s London Premiere.
Disney got us all excited in 2017 after they announced the live-action remake in their 1994 vintage, The Lion King. Yes, Beyonce, Donald Glover, and different forged additions were exciting, however the pleasure in Mzansi was once across the inclusion of an undeniable Dr. John Kani at the cast (even if he would go on to be excluded from the forged photograph two years later however we’ll speak about this every other day).
As Lebo M affirmed previous this month, The Lion King is a proudly South African story. Our track is in the story; our identification is in every single place the theatre production, heck there are some individuals who even consider that the unique animation used to be in keeping with a South African game reserve.
This time around, with the remake, we no longer only have Dr. John starring as Rafiki and Lebo M at the Soundtrack; we now know that one in every of our very personal designers, David Tlale, were given to sing their own praises his work at this week’s London Premiere of the brand new film. David flew our flag top once more when he dressed Lion King actress, Florence Kasumba in a lovely quantity which she strutted all around the pink carpet in full view of international media.
Fans of Tlale’s work will know that that is the second one time he has labored with Florence Kasumba; the first time being the 2018 Black Panther premiere. Check out the beautiful garment he put in combination for her below: David beamed with excitement when he spoke about dressing the Ugandan Disney megastar for the second time.
“Florence is such an amazing star and I am honored that she requested me again. I wanted to give her a look that is different but classic and timeless and stands out on the celebrity Disney carpet.
The look speaks of Africa that is global, elegant and true to itself,” shared the fashion designer. This is simply another large achievement that Tlale has added to his CV. Who do you assume he’s going to dress for South Africa’s Lion King premiere this coming Thursday?
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