Most beautiful African first ladies: Fashion is a way of defining both the personal and the group on the world stage. It marks upward economic mobility — or at least the appearance of it. It’s a way of emphasizing the past, remarking upon it and announcing that it’s time to move on.
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The many and varied first ladies of African nations use fashion to celebrate culture, individuality and that universal human weakness: conspicuous consumption.
10: Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta (Kenya)
She likes to remain simple as well as decent and not only looks that way but also presents herself in a similar manner. She is quite reserved and some might say shy, but that only adds to her beauty.