A Look Back At Aaliyah's Best '90s And '00s Fashion Moments

Consider this your new summer mood board.

Aaliyah was the world's R&B darling of the '90s and early 2000s before her tragic death in August 2001. While she was on the rise in her music career, her style is one that people still emulate to this day, almost 20 years after her death. Ahead, some of her best looks.

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1994, Fundraiser in Los Angeles

Coordinating outfits with comedian Sinbad.

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1995, Virgin Megastore in London

Wearing an oversized jersey in London.

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1996, MTV's Rock n' Jock Basketball

Hanging with Jennifer Love Hewitt, as one would do in 1996.

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1997, Soul Train Music Awards

She wore an oversized black-and-purple set to the Soul Train Awards.

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1997, Anastasia premiere

Midriff? Check. Floor-length fur coat? Also check.

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1997, performing at The Forum

A classic Aaliyah look. Latex pants, an oversized jacket, and Calvin Klein underwear.

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1998, Oscars

She wore a sleek black gown with a thigh-high slit to the 1998 Oscars.

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2000, Romeo Must Die premiere

Long before the Free the Nipple movement, Aaliyah was already making the statement on the red carpet.

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2000, Me, Myself & Irene premiere

Wearing an airbrushed, rhinestone one-shoulder crop top. Actually perfect.

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2000, VMAs

Wearing a feather-trimmed zebra-printed gown by Roberto Cavalli to the VMAs, where she won two awards for her "Try Again" music video.

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2001, MTV Movie Awards

For her last red carpet appearance, she wore a black dress from a brand called Scanlan & Theodore, which she picked up while filming in Australia.

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