Ngina Kenyatta is not one to go overboard with her fashion statements but when she makes one, everyone stops and takes notice.
The first daughter is known for her simple but classy taste in fashion.
A few years back, Ngina was spotted carrying a Louis Vuitton Duomo Hobo Damier Ebene Canvas handbag worth Sh 170,692 ($1,650).
The bag spoke volumes considering she was dressed in a pair of blue jeans, a cream sweater top and brown doll shoes.
Recently, Ngina set the interwebs ablaze when she was spotted with a tattoo on her right hand.
It reads: “In God’s hands”.
Ngina was dressed to the nines for the grandfather's memorial service.
Together with the first family, political bigwigs and the rest of Kenya, they marked the 40th-anniversary memorial service of the founding President, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
The service was at Holy Family Minor Basilica.
Ngina showed up dressed in a cute stylishly designed kitenge coat over a pristine white tee.
Kitenges are traditionally known to be unleashed during major events. Nowadays, they have also become very popular as fashion statements in urban pop culture with youth in Africa.
Kitenges are incorporated in clothing items such as hoodies, trousers, and accessories such as bags.
Check out Ngina donning the kitenge design in photos taken exclusively by our resident photographer Victor 'TKO' Imboto.