Hollywood star Viola Davis' gown for the Golden Globes awards showcased the work of Cameroon-born designer Claude Kameni.
Davis wore the attire during a virtual appearance at the awards from her home. It was made with fabric from Cameroon.
The US actress was nominated in the category of Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama for her role in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
She is on a mission to popularise the prints of Africa, according to British Vogue magazine.
“Viola wanted a designer who spoke to her specifically as a black woman,” stylist Elizabeth Stewart, who has worked with the actress, is quoted as saying.