Crowe is known of her work creating and photographing intricate braid designs on black women — and Solange most certainly celebrates the magic of our hair, so this SNL collaboration between the two artists was perfection.
Solange’s background dancers and band were equally as ethereal, dressed in all white and sporting a variety of natural hairstyles. For her second song of the evening, “Don’t Touch My Hair,” Solange kept with the white theme and rocked a bikini-esque top, high-wasited trousers and those same stunning silver boots. As for her hair? She traded in her sparkly headpiece for a halo of hair in the form of stretched out Afro that was parted in the middle. And let the record show that Solange’s sister Beyoncé and mother Tina Lawson were on hand for some sisterly and motherly support. Too sweet!
Man oh man. Love is real and this is proof. It's been a pleasure to work with someone with such magic and integrity. Not to mention the whole team of outstanding artists, musicians, and all around good people. 40+ hours of beading and braiding well spent. I have so many feelings! Infinite Gratitude for such Divine synergy! #cranes #SNL @saintrecords