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Tuesday 18 December 2018
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Beyoncé, Haiti, Stella Jean

Three days ago the Pop Queen world renown Artist Beyoncé emerged on  Instagram in this Dugongo printed cotton skirt by Haitian-Italian Designer Stella Jean.  see the complete outfit below.

This is the second time in a week the superstar has publicly worn the designer’s garment. Below is more pictures of Beyoncé wearing a Barbagianni checked midi skirt and a Gazza stripped cotton blazer made in collaboration with Ethical Fashion .


The global superstar Beyoncé not only shown tremendous support to Stella Jean but  on May 16, 2015 Valerie Amos the Emergency Relief Coordinator, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) accompanied Beyoncé on a humanitarian trip to the island of Haiti. During the trip, Beyoncé visited multiple local programs in a personal capacity to learn more about humanitarian activities.

First stop was the IDP Camp in Caradeux, one of many earthquake settlement camps still in Haiti following the destruction of the 2010 earthquake. The overall people in need of humanitarian assistance has decreased considerably and the number of people displaced in camps has dropped to about 65,000 a 96% reduction from July 2010 with More than 65,000 Haitians still living in settlement camps, the need for assistance is dire. 
Following visits to the camp, the team visited the NPH Saint Damien Hospital in Tabarre, Haiti. Funded through private contributions to NPH worldwide, St. Damien provides high quality medical treatment for disadvantaged and sick children in Haiti and has associated public health and community programs of reach over 90,000 children and adults annually.
The trip also included a tour of the IDP Relocation site in Morne Nazare and a helicopter trip over Port-au-Prince to see progress of the structural reconstruction since the devastation of the 2010 earthquake.  

All color photos are credited to UN OCHA/David Gough 
Black and White photos are credited to Dikayl Rimmasch and Ed Burke

details from : http://www.beyonce.com/beygood/

All I can say is, this Haitian Heritage Month the Queen Bey showed serious love to the Island of Haiti. I hope this last trip contribute to benefit those who are in need.