Cher’s Best Fashion Moments
There is no denying the effect pop goddess Cher has had on fashion. Her iconic looks and retro aesthetic have long set trends and been emulated by even the highest of fashion’s A-listers. In honour of her 73rd Birthday, we’ve rounded up some of her most iconic fashion moments.
The Goddess of Pop was pictured with her former spouse, Sonny Bono, at the 45th Annual Academy Awards in 1973. She wore a sparkling gold two-piece and gold hoop earrings.
In 1974, Cher attended the Oscars in a whimsical two-piece that featured a sheer floral-printed bra top and skirt paired with matching accessories.
The star sent waves across the fashion industry when she attended the 1975 Met Gala wearing the infamous 'Naked Dress' designed by Bob Mackie. The feathered and jewel-encrusted look has since inspired countless celebrity red-carpet looks.
Cher made the ultimate diva entrance when she arrived at the 1975 Rock Music Awards wearing a diamond-encrusted two-piece look.
The singing icon wore yet another Bob Mackie ensemble for a photoshoot in 1978.
Cher attended the 1988 Oscars wearing another Bob Mackie 'Naked Dress' in black. She won the award Best Actress for her role in Moonstruck.
Cher dazzled in a stunning Bob Mackie bodysuit she wore for a portrait session in 1978.
Cher wore an iconic cutout bodysuit for an onstage performance in 1987. She recreated this look over three decades later in 2018.
Cher sported an iconic 70's number whilst dueting with former hubby and fellow singer, Sonny.
The Queen of the tantalising bodysuit struck again when she wore a sequin embellished two-piece, feathered boa and fishnet tights for a photoshoot.
In 1992, the star stunned in a leather and chain bodysuit for a performance in London on her 'Love Hurts' tour.
Cher took the stage in Las Vegas of 2017 wearing an over-the-top headdress and colourful ensemble.
The fashionista performed live at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards wearing a diamond tassel bodysuit and platinum wig with fuschia tips.
See also: Best Dressed At The 2019 Met Gala