Cynthia Bailey is an 'African Queen' in flowy Ankara print gown & natural hairstyle in recent pic
Trying to raise awareness on particular issues in Sierra Leon, Cynthia Bailey donned an African-inspired outfit during a photoshoot.
Cynthia Bailey has made an effort to raise awareness about the issue that is the lack of accessible fresh water in Sierra Leon. Under the direction of Sierra-Leon born visionary Troy Massa and donning his own creation, the reality TV star donned a gorgeous show-stopping dress while posing on concrete.
In another photo, she donned a blue and orange dress and a thick afro, which showcased her African roots.
"And then I got to be an African Queen for the night"
According to Glamour Magazine, the 50-year-old model was an honoree at this year's Annual Water Is Life AGBI Gala, which happened in Maryland, USA last July 14. Proceeds of the gala will be used to build clean water wells in Sierra Leone, to help end the global water crisis that the area is currently facing.
Following in her mother's model footsteps is Noelle Robinson, who is an up-and-coming model herself. Just recently, the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star's station Bravo TV revealed that the eyewear mogul signed with Major Model Management in New York, which is the same agency that her 18-year-old daughter Noelle is signed with.
Given her mother's excellent modeling skills, there is no doubt her daughter has learned a thing or two from her iconic mother herself. These tips have definitely come in handy for Noelle, who just recently debuted her first catwalk show in New York City last June.
The teenager perfected her walk at the New York Summer Fashion Explosion, which was all documented on Instagram. She sported a vibrant mini-dress as she strutted down the runway, and she shared a photo with the Burning Guitars designer himself, who made it all possible for her to wear such a beautiful and vibrant piece.