Diana Ross was always drawn to fashion. Before embarking on a successful music career with The Supremes, this diva aspired to be a fashion designer and studied design and seamstress skills.
On her album cover The Boss she raises the temperature of casual separates in a sexy tied T-shirt and jersey skirt.
Ross masters effortless style in this easy breezy white linen outfit. She had a knack for making any piece of clothing look elegant.
The utterly lavish Diana Ross, at the height of The Supremes mania, takes center stage in a dazzling metallic form-fitting gown with bell sleeves and matching pumps.
Being glamorous seemed so easy for this diva. This iconic image highlights her impeccable taste and class.
Diana Ross’ slim, boyish frame is covered in a show-stopping one-piece emblazoned with sparkles and crystals. Halston, Bob Mackie and Maud Frizons were some of this diva’s favorite designers in the 70s and 80s.
Diana Ross has upheld her diva image for decades. Besides her ensembles, her model-esque body, doll-like eyes, and iconic elaborate ’dos were all apart of signature style.
Diana Ross dons a risqué lace dress complete with a bodysuit.
Ross had an affinity for shine. Sequin and beaded costumes with dripping jewels were her wardrobe staples.
Diana Ross envelopes herself in lilac tulle for a dramatic stage performance.
Ross’ live shows were memorable not only for her outstanding voice but also for numerous over-the-top costume changes.
Pictured on the red carpet with her very dear friend the late Micheal Jackson, Ross complements his tuxedo in an off-the-shoulder black and white polka dot dress with a sumptuous fur.
Ross’ tailored jumpsuit and skinny belt ensemble would look just as stylish today as it did back in the 80s.
On stage at one of the biggest concerts ever held in New York’s Central Park history, Diana Ross captures the massive crowd’s attention with her trademark fluffy hair and a fierce bright catsuit.
In recent years, Ross still stayed true to her style. Here she’s draped in a voluminous beaded gown in a ravishing shade of red.
Age is just a number. Diana Ross will always be “the boss” when it comes to wowing us on stage with her extravagant attire.