The other day, we caught the "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" video on VH1 Soul, and we've been knee-deep in En Vogue nostalgia ever since! Really, who was more glamorous than Dawn Robinson, Terry Ellis, Maxine Jones and Cindy Herron in the Nineties? Sure, the R&B goddesses managed to sell over 20 million albums worldwide, win a zillion awards (including AMAs, Soul Train Awards, and a record-breaking seven MTV Video Music Awards), and spend a total of 2,800 weeks on the Billboard charts--but it's their look that has us misty-eyed! In an era where female musicians were either gangsta-boo tough (SWV, Excape, Da Brat) or overly sexed-up (hello, Lil Kim!), En Vogue was a throwback to old-school glamour. Taking cues from iconic style goddesses like Diana Ross, Diahann Carroll and Dorothy Dandridge (did they have a thing for "D's?"), En Vogue's signature beauty look was about a strong, filled-in brow; a swoop of cat-eye liquid liner; and matte red lipstick. Their retro-glam look reached its zenith in the sublime video for "Giving Him Something He Can Feel," where the ladies performed for a club of fawning men in slinky scarlet dresses, serious mascara and flawless fire-engine-red lipstick. Perfection! Last year, for their twentieth anniversary, En Vogue reunited and performed at the 2009 ESSENCE Music Festival
. Here's to twenty more years of fabulous music...and fierce, glamour girl style!