Aretha Fraklin’s full-bodied voice set the tone for her nearly lifelong music career. She became an American icon, the Queen of Soul, whose passion and spirit emanated from her singing. During her half-century of music-making history, Franklin’s talent earned her a spot as the first woman in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and 18 Grammy awards throughout her career. She also made Black history, with songs like “Respect” giving a voice to civil rights activists and feminists alike.
During her prolific career, she took to the stage in a number of eye-catching ensembles. Not that she needed any help shining on stage, but the singer often wore sequined or beaded dresses and plenty of fur for her performances. In celebration of the late singer’s birthday, click through to see some of Franklin’s best vintage fashion moments.END
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