We think Beyoncé should perform in these 3 looks at the Global Citizen concert after seeing her land in South Africa in Senegalese resort wear

Beyoncé and the late Nelson Mandela at the '46664: Give 1 Minute Of Your Life To AIDS' Concert
Beyoncé and the late Nelson Mandela at the '46664: Give 1 Minute Of Your Life To AIDS' Concert

Lanseria International Airport will never be the same since the Carters set foot on it.

When Beyoncé, Jay Z and their three little lambs landed yesterday, the news of their arrival lit up a social media inferno. Understandably.

READ MORE: The Global Citizen concert is just four days away and fans that haven't won tickets to see Beyoncé are not coping

When airport snaps of celebrities leak, it's always interesting to see their relaxed travel make-under looks. But the 'Formation' singer could never be caught in anything less than designer. 

That's why she made her South African debut in this ZANZI set by Senegalese designer Sarah Diouf of Tongoro Studio

As the above caption implies - "When someone says you cant do it, do it twice, and take pictures," - this is the second time Bey has been spotted in a Tongoro ZANZI set. 

When she took some time out in Europe during her On The Run II Tour (OTRII) in July, she wore another one of Diouf's sets as well as her ZANZI dress.

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Known for always giving a nod to black excellence and young creatives (Tyler Mitchell can relate), it's no surprise that she would don a remarkable African designer's creations not once, but twice. 

Bey has also been spotted wearing luxury African Joburg-based brand Kisua on a few occasions.

READ MORE: Beyoncé is loving this local brand

And in 2016, the same year she won the CFDA Style Icon Award, she gave local knitwear designer Laduma Ngxokolo of MaXhosa a shout out on her self-titled website.

This is why MaXhosa is one of the three local labels we're hoping to see Ms Carter in during her Global Citizen concert visit.

MaXhosa by Laduma

A creation by Ngxokolo is no stranger to the international scene.

Orapeleng Modutle Style Avenue

Regal, yet equally dramatic. That's the locally designed fashion experience Beyoncé deserves.

Thebe Magugu

Seeing as she's a fan of prints and layering, we can imagine The Queen jetting out of SA in a Thebe Magugu getup.

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