Salma Mumuni’s look for the Barbie premiere in Nigeria was inspired by Bob Mackie’s iconic 1999 Barbie doll

ICYMI Ghanaian actress Salma Mumuni graced the pink carpet at the highly anticipated Barbie premiere in Nigeria.

Per usual she left fans and fashion enthusiasts in awe of her show-stopping red-carpet look.

Drawing inspiration from Bob Mackie’s iconic 1999 Barbie doll, Salma Mumuni exuded elegance and sophistication in a gown crafted by the renowned Nigerian designer, Weiz Dhurm Franklyn with flawless makeup done by Bibyonce.

The addition of exquisite pearls from Selinabeb added a touch of sophistication, completing the Barbie-inspired look with finesse.

The ensemble effortlessly captured the essence of the iconic toy and showcased Salma’s exceptional sense of style.

The 2023 American fantasy comedy film, Barbie, marks the first live-action adaptation of the beloved Mattel fashion dolls. Directed by Greta Gerwig and co-written with Noah Baumbach, the movie stars Margot Robbie as Barbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken. The film takes the audience on a captivating journey of self-discovery, as the beloved characters are expelled from Barbieland.

Dress @weizdhurmfranklyn Makeup @bibyonce Pearls : @selinabeb

The Filmhouse Cinemas Nigeria premiere of Barbie also witnessed a star-studded gathering of notable personalities and celebrities. Among them were Nengi Adoki, Ify Okoye, Mai Atafo, Adeola Adeyemi, Jay On-Air, and Diane Russet, who brought their A-game to the event, dressed as “Barbie Girls” and “Just Kens.”

Her homage to Bob Mackie’s iconic Barbie doll of 1999 was a nod to fashion history, making a powerful statement about the enduring influence of classic designs and their ability to inspire generations.

As the Barbie film continues to captivate audiences worldwide, Salma Mumuni’s red carpet look will be remembered as a remarkable tribute to the timeless allure of Barbie and a shining example of Ghanaian talent and style on the global stage.





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