Tracee Ellis Ross
The executive producer, actress, former fashion editor (she has ALWAYS had style!) and recent beauty entrepreneur reminds us that you define your own path, at any age. Read on to learn how she has inspired us through the past and present.
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Tracee walks in Thierry mugler's Runway show - Her mother Diana Ross also walked the runway at Ross’ modeling debut. Here she is alongside Lauren Hutton, a style icon in her own right.
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MILLENNIUM: Screen Time
By 2000, she was starring in the notorious sitcom “Girlfriends”, becoming a television main stay over the next decade. “Black-Ish” propelled her into the limelight in 2014, where conversations around race entered the main-stream thanks to her bold work as Rainbow Johnson, and producer of the show in its later seasons.
A NEW WAVE: Beauty Beyond the Basics.
Her most recent venture addresses a gap in the market that women of color know too well, and Tracee experience for years while she navigated the beauty-focused worlds of fashion and showbiz. After working on it for 10 years, Ross launched Pattern Beauty in 2019, a haircare line formulated specifically for coily, curly, and textured hair, inspiring women everywhere to embrace their natural texture.
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A force to be reckoned with, we love how Ross has embraced herself, in turn inspiring us to do the same. In light of this fearlessness we’ve created a powerful edit that we think would pair well with our muse’s bold taste. Shop it here, and stay tuned for the next #fiercechickfriday.
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