Cher, the Queen of fashion

Cher, the Queen of fashion

Cher, the Queen of fashion

When it comes to divas and fashion, Cher is one of the music, film and broadway greats, gracing our radios with memorable chart-topping hits and becoming our fully-fledged trend Queen. With Cher set to make a storm at this year’s Mardi Gras as headliner and beloved LGBTQI rights advocate, we’ve decided to celebrate her by taking a closer look at some of her iconic fashion moments. 

Bigger is better with Cher fashioning a feathered headdress in 1972.
Throwback to the 60’s and Cher was the daring darling on the red carpet. Famously showing her naval on air, Cher began the revolution sexy femininity.

 

And let’s not forget this funky updo…

 

Take a look at one of our faves from 1973.
And 1978
And 1978

 

A casual Cher

 

Bob Mackie’s Halloween party in 1988 saw Cher turning heads in her Egyptian Goddess, Isis inspired outfit.

 

Slaying like a Queen

 

Cher makes leather and goth look chic during the 90’s
And to date, Cher never fails amaze us showcasing this outfit from a recent performance and proving that she’s still got it.

 

And to date, Cher never fails amaze us showcasing this outfit from a recent performance and proving that she’s still got it.

 

Slaying like a queen.

 

Known as one of the world’s most beautiful fashionistas, Cher has always defied expectations and redefined individuality. Turning heads in shock and awe has been side talent to her show-stopping vocals and dance moves. Being a goddess to millions, Cher is one of a kind and we can’t wait to see her headlining this year’s Mardi Gras.

 

 

 

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