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8 women who changed the fashion game fo’ life

They say give credit where credits due right? Well that’s why we have taken the time out to reflect on 8 women who changed the women’s fashion game fo’ life.
Beyonce
When we think bey, we  think Slay. Beyonce is the ultimate fashion icon, independent woman and an absolute Milf. Beyonce can go from Glitz to glam, sophisticated to Sassy to simple and classic and break the internet. Beyonce has recently launched her own fashion line (not surprised) while getting ready to go on a world tour and we can’t wait to get our hands on a few of her pieces. You go BeyonceSlayyyy.
 
Kate Moss
Kate Moss is a true British fashion icon, most well known for her skinny jeans and Rock and Roll model lifestyle. Other than covering every single magazine you could possibly think of and running campaigns with every hot designer brand you can possibly think of, we can all admit that Kate Moss knows how to slay on and off the catwalk. The fact that she’s hit 40 and is always festival ready is another reason why we love mossy; you go Kate Boss.
Audrey Hepburn
Grace, style, elegance and class. Nobody does it like Audrey Hepburn! She is our official classic style icon. Her closet was full of the many fashion staples women still swear by today: fitted pants, the LBD, cropped silhouettes and a huge range of hats and earrings. We love the fact that Audrey wouldn’t be afraid to throw on a pair of pants (or a suit even!) and always retained her elegance, class and femininity. She changed the game fo’ life and that’s why we love her.
Rihanna
Think daring, think Bad Gal Ri Ri. Rihanna has no chill and that’s why we love her. Whether it’s oversized, skin tight or a huge bright yellow dress, Rihanna knows how to pull it off and make a statement. We really love her transition from girl to woman and her recent album totally compliments this. You go Rih Rih, we salute ya.
Princess D
Princess Diana went from shy and safe to daring and bold. Not only did she push the fashion boundaries, but Princess Diana made statements that many designers were inspired and influenced by. She slayed the little black dress and we are truly thankful for the fashion legacy that Diana left behind. RIP Princess D.
Cara Delevigne
On the catwalk, off the catwalk we love the way Cara switches things up. From ball gown to skinny jeans and print, Cara always makes a statement! Off the Catwalk Cara is the definition of fun, rebel and festival and you’ll rarely ever catch her without her funky beanie’s. Total bae, we love us some Delevigney.
Kim Slaydashian
We have to give it to Kim and Kim has to give it Kanye. Love her or hate her, the truth is every time she steps out, a conversation erupts in the fashion world about what she’s wearing. Kim openly admits that her style evolution is a huge part of her love story with Kanye (so cute!) but enough about Kanye. Kim really knows how to wear anything! All white, all black, monochrome, nude and when she does wear multiple colours (which is rare), she does it well. Everything is always perfectly tailored and Kim really knows how to show off her greatest assets and still remain classy.
Madonna
Madonna is all about creativity and we can’t think of another pop diva who has reinvented her fashion image the way Madonna has. Emerging on the scene in the early ’80s, Madonna has stayed slaying throughout her 30-plus year career, evolving into a fashion-forward icon. We love you!
 
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