TINA TURNER’s Most Iconic Looks From 1964 to 2019

Tina Turner’s iconic style is synonymous with power, confidence, and undeniable glamour. From her electrifying stage presence to her signature fringe dresses and sky-high heels, Turner’s fashion choices have captivated audiences for decades. With her bold hairstyles, fierce makeup, and figure-hugging outfits, she exuded an unparalleled aura of strength and sensuality that transcended generations. Turner’s influence on fashion extends far beyond the stage, shaping trends and inspiring countless artists and designers worldwide. Her fearless approach to style challenged traditional norms and paved the way for future generations of performers to embrace their individuality and express themselves freely. Turner’s impact on popular culture is immeasurable, as she not only redefined the role of women in music but also left an indelible mark on the fashion world, cementing her status as a true icon. Here are some of her iconic style moments from 1964 to 2019.

1964, The Skyline Ballroom
1971, The Greek Theatre
1977, “Disco Inferno” Photographed by Harry Langdon
1978, Bob Mackie Dress
1984, Private Dancer Album Cover
1985, 27th Annual Grammy’s
1996, Versace Dress at Wembley Dress
2019, Opening Night of Tina: Tina Turner the Musical

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Written by: Maximilian Jenz
Maximilian Jenz, 5678's website and podcast editor. He previously interned at the Guardian, ITV, and Reuters.