Few musical acts have held as enduring and varied of impact—on style, culture, and sound—as The Supremes. Formed as one of the premiere groups of era-defining Motown Records in 1960s Detroit, The Supremes’ unshakably polished look and saccharine sound propelled them to the cross-cultural forefront of music and pop culture. At the helm of this movement was frontwoman Diana Ross, whose velvety crooning and scene-stealing beauty made her the face of both her own group and the entire Motown movement. The Supremes famously carried a stage presence of glamour and nothing less—hand-embellished gowns, high-shine wigs, and doll-like makeup emphasized the groups’ unapologetic femininity, with Ross’ iconic beehives and mile-long eyelashes at center stage. On Ross’ 76th birthday, CR looks back on The Supremes’ queen’s most iconic looks of her Motown reign.
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