Beyonce's 'Black Is King' Costume Designer Unpacks Cultural References, Favorite Style Moments

Beyonce's 'Black Is King' Costume Designer Unpacks Cultural References, Favorite Style Moments
Zerina Akers is surrounded by flowers. 

It's Monday morning, and the world had the weekend to digest the Disney+ debut of Beyoncé's Black Is King, the visual album that serves as the companion piece to her music release, The Lion King: The Gift. While a weekend is plenty of time for peers, fans and fashion houses to send colorful arrangements Akers' way, it's far from enough time to dissect the cultural references, hidden meanings and fashion pairings of her work as the film's costume designer in a project hailed as "visually stimulating," "...
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