Erykah Badu came on the scene in 1997, with a neo-soul album and an urban-bohemian style to match. In the early days of her career, she caught our eye with enormous colorful head wraps and an impressive collection of Rastafarian prints. To no surprise, she’s since been tapped by the likes of Riccardo Tisci as the face of Givenchy’s spring 2014 campaign, and has made a signature of oversize hats, larger-than-life hair, and even ice-skate heels. Click through our slideshow to see her style evolution through the years.
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