The one and only great Tina Turner, the legend of rock n’ roll, has passed away at the age of 83, leaving behind an inescapable legacy that will live on forever.

In addition to her countless successes, which have earned her eight Grammy Awards and the Guinness Book of World Records recognition as the artist with the most tickets sold in one concert, Tina is remembered for her iconic looks worn during her amazing performances her on stage.

Her stylistic choices were completely distinct and recognizable, lending an extra level of expression and authenticity to her performances.

Her impressive stage appearances became part of history, leaving an indelible impression on the public and will forever be considered style icons.

As she began her career in the 1950s with her husband Ike Turner, Tina wore long furs and tight dresses, while her hair was straight. However, these stylistic choices reflected her life.

In an interview with NBC News in 2020, Turner stated, “When I think back, I can see the story of my life through the clothes I wore. Singing with Ike in my first steps was a dream I had as a teenager who wanted to sing on stage. When I wore those dresses, I felt so elegant, like a princess. But those dresses were a prison, and so was my marriage. I wanted to move on with my life, so I started wearing shorter skirts that they were less restrictive, because freedom was very important to me, both on stage and in my life.”

So, like the phoenix reborn from its ashes, Tina Turner emerged after divorcing her abusive husband and embarked on a new and exciting solo career. The second phase of her life from the late 70s onwards was full of hits that continued on an upward trend, as were her unforgettable stylistic looks.

In this way, Turner saw a new era full of success and recognition, while being a source of inspiration for many. Her iconic looks were an essential part of her story and reflected her rebirth, exuding confidence and freedom.

One of the most memorable dresses worn by Tina Turner is the iconic, ultra-luxurious and eccentric “flame dress”.

This dress was created by the incredible designer Bob Mackie and featured a flame-like design on the top, while it was filled with glittering sequins that reflected the light, making Tina herself literally glow. This dress, perhaps the most famous of all she has worn, is an iconic example of the unforgettable diva’s unique personality and energy.

The “flame dress” has gone down in history as an iconic symbol of her trailblazing talent, whose energy and passion literally erupted while performing her songs.

Tina’s “flame dress” became extremely popular when she wore it during her solo career in the late 70s.

This stunning look established the dress as a notable fashion piece, which is now an important part of her history.

Turner’s flame dress was created to give her look a sense of flare and sparkle.

With hues of red, orange and yellow, the dress was encrusted with sequins that reflected the light, evoking a sense of wonder.

The design of the dress was meant to show off Tina’s iconic and impressive legs, while at the same time giving her the freedom she so much desired.

It is notable that the flame dress has been worn by various famous personalities over the years. In 2005, Beyoncé wore a replica of the dress, and we previously saw Linda Carter, known as the first Wonder Woman, wearing it.