On Nov. 5, 2021, Diana Ross dropped her first new music in 15 years: her 25th studio album, "Thank You." In honor of her new project, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the iconic singer's wildest fashion moments of the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and today, starting with this red-hot getup. The superstar wore a voluminous red coat over a matching turtleneck bodysuit during a 1991 appearance on the British variety show "Des O'Connor Tonight."
Keep reading for more of her most eye-catching sartorial selections…
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Diana Ross was a vision in white in 1987 while posing for a glamour shot in white fur, pearl necklaces and glitzy earrings.
Diana Ross, seen here in the '70s, brought the drama in a super-sparkly two-piece set comprised of bell-bottoms and a matching wing-inspired top.
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During a 1994 performance in Europe, Diana Ross left little to the imagination in a sheer sequined black jumpsuit.
Diana Ross wore a copper-colored long-sleeved silk gown during a photoshoot in the 1970s. The glitz-loving singer's dress featured a sparkly bib that blended into the dress and slit sleeves.
Diana Ross, seen here in 1968, was a burgeoning solo artist when she posed peeking over her sunglasses for this photo capturing her in a flattering white sweater dress accessorized with a hoop necklace and a chic neck scarf.
Diana Ross performed during the Super Bowl halftime show in 1996. One of her outfits featured a strapless fuchsia one-piece look topped with a dramatic flowing gold lamé jacket.
For a performance in the 1960s, Diana Ross sang in an off-the-shoulder sparkly fringed frock cinched tightly at the waist. She topped it off with a matching oversized flower in her hair.
Look at me! Diana Ross performed on stage during the 2004 Billboard Music Awards absolutely drowning in red ruffles.
In 1983, "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" singer Diana Ross struck a pose in a chic striped romper and high pumps.
In 1975, as Diana Ross balanced acting and singing, she hung backstage at a Rolling Stones concert in a light, loose two-piece set accessorized with a chunky necklace and a unique matching hat.
Diana Ross — flanked by Cindy Birdsong and Mary Wilson — matched with her fellow vocalists in a slinky peach halter gown covered in silver sequins for a Supremes performance in the mid 1960s.
In 2000, while performing on the "Return to Love" tour with the Supremes, Diana Ross showed some leg in a disco-ball-inspired gown.
For a 2002 performance in London, Diana Ross leaned heavily into color, wearing a bright yellow strapless gown covered in a bold pattern plus pink hoop earrings.
While performing in 1973, Diana Ross wore a fitted black sequined gown with a white collar and cuffs and an oversized red bow.
Diana Ross was coming into her own in the 1960s. She stunned in this demure dress accessorized with dangly earrings.
For the 2003 Met Gala, Diana Ross was a lady in red in this long, silky gown that she paired with a matching wrap and matching red lipstick.
Diana Ross has consistently loved to twinkle on stage. For a 1980s performance, she wore a bustier-style cropped jumpsuit that didn't skimp on the glitz.
At the CFDA American Fashion Awards in 2000, Diana Ross walked the red carpet looking like a showgirl in a shimmering purple gown covered in giant turquoise, purple and white flowers. She upped the drama with a huge furry matching stole.
Diana Ross was a perfect 1970s performer in a glittery peasant-style top and a chic pulled-back hairstyle.
Diana Ross, seen on stage with son Evan in 2000, wore a royal purple strapless gown in a mermaid-style cut for the VH1 Divas 2000: Tribute to Diana Ross music celebration in New York City.
At President Bill Clinton's 1993 inauguration, Diana Ross leaned into the red, white and blue theme when she performed in a dramatic royal blue ballgown, a red jacket with matching gloves and hoop earrings and a white fabric necklace.
In the early '80s, Diana Ross stepped out in an oversized ruffled off-the-shoulder gown.
Singers Diana Ross, Cindy Birdsong and Mary Wilson all wore yellow-themed looks when they visited Britain in 1967. Diana stunned in a goldenrod mini with a matching blazer paired with a scarf and high black boots.
Stunning Diana Ross wore a flashy halter-style one-piece costume when she performed on stage in the Netherlands in 1982.
In the 1960s, Diana Ross posed for a photo in a sheer white dress with oversized sleeves and a completely see-through skirt. The outfit struck the perfect balance between angelic and edgy.
At the Grammys in 1988, Diana Ross wore a gorgeous black spaghetti-strap gown covered in lace and sequins.
In 1995, Diana Ross performed in a brown fringe-covered gown with a sheer top.
Red seems to be one of Diana Ross's favorite colors! During an outdoor performance in the 1980s, she wore this pirate-style red top over matching leggings.
Diana Ross's 1976 glam included dark red lipstick and colorful eyeshadow. Her dramatic makeup contrasted beautifully with her white sparkly ensemble featuring a large keyhole cut-out.