Tracee Ellis Ross’ Definition of a Grown-Up Is so Good, Thanks to Diana Ross


Tracee Ellis Ross is a modern-day fashion icon—and now she has an award to show it.

The Black-ish actress acquired the Fashion Ambassador Award on the 2018 ACE Awards, introduced to her by longtime buddy and Vainness Honest Govt Vogue Director, Samira Nasr, Monday night time.

The actress, who was dripping in colourful Lynn Bann jewels and a sheer, sparkly quantity by Germanier, credited one other fashion icon, her mom, Diana Ross, as her position mannequin—not as a result of she was glamorous, however as a result of had the boldness to faucet into mentioned glamour and actually outline herself.

“I believe honestly from an exterior level of view, it’s extremely straightforward to see the way in which she’s influenced my means to be myself and never draw back from glamour and decisions that I like, regardless of if anybody else loves them or not,” Tracee advised E! Information. “However what I noticed as a baby was a lady that’s residing in her personal glory that took glamour and her personal company and allow them to turn out to be half of her personal persona as a result of of the garments she wore. I wished that in the identical means and in my very own means. I simply thought, ‘Oh, that is what it seems to be like to be a grown-up: It is you get to reside in your glory and in your company.'”

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Mainly: Do you, boo.

In her red-carpet ensembles, Tracee has all the time tried push the boundaries, sporting daring colours, vintage-inspired silhouettes and motifs and pairing these seems to be with assertion magnificence and hair. She’s labored the step-and-repeat in Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors and Prada—however she’s all the time one to convey consideration to new and upcoming designers. In truth, Tracee is one of the primary celebrities to help Germanier, the designer behind her ACE Awards costume, which the actress’ stylist Karla Welch discovered by way of Instagram.

“Solely myself and Bjork have worn this designer, and I am obsessed. It is so stunning. It is like wearable artwork for my part. I like that it is a new designer. I like supporting inventive expression of all types,” Tracee shared.

“[Fashion] might be an business that feels exclusionary and elitist, however the fact is it is a chance to be a connective pressure and an inclusive pressure,” she added.

See that? That is a fashion ambassador at work. 

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