Cher, 75, wears a curly blonde wig, leopard print pants and a straw hat

Cher, 75, is the style icon as she dons a curly blonde wig, leopard print pants and a straw hat to attend the opening gala of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in LA










Cher proved her status as a fashion icon when she made a quirky appearance at the opening gala of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in LA on Saturday.

Known for her sparkly ensembles, The Believe hitmaker, 75, wore a curly blonde wig, leopard print pants and a straw hat to pose with longtime friend and designer, Bob Mackie, 82.

The star slipped the blonde wig over her raven-black locks, wearing a crystal-studded black-and-white bodice adorned with chains.

Turning back time: Cher proved her status as a fashion icon when she made a quirky appearance at the opening gala of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in LA on Saturday

She also stood out in a leopard print flare, paired with patent leather shoes.

Cher donned a bold monochromatic blazer and completed the look with a cheery hat.

The beauty highlighted her timeless face with a radiant makeup palette.

The singer looked cheerful as she joined a host of A-listers at the event, including Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman and Kate Hudson.

Fun: The Believe hitmaker, 75, who is known for her sparkly ensembles, wore a curly blonde wig, leopard print pants and a straw hat to pose with longtime friend and designer, Bob Mackie, 82

Fun: The Believe hitmaker, 75, who is known for her sparkly ensembles, wore a curly blonde wig, leopard print pants and a straw hat to pose with longtime friend and designer, Bob Mackie, 82

Wild side: The star slipped the blonde wig over her raven locks, wearing a crystal-studded black and white bodice adorned with chains

Wild side: The star slipped the blonde wig over her raven locks, wearing a crystal-studded black and white bodice adorned with chains

The Saturday night celebration, co-chaired by Ava DuVernay, Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum, honored actress Sophia Loren and filmmaker Haile Gerima.

Tom Hanks, Annette Bening and Bob Iger were also recognized for their fundraising efforts for the museum.

Other stars attending the event included Brad Pitt, Regina King, Laura Dern, Anna Kendrick, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Queen Latifah and Kristen Stewart.

Located on the LACMA campus, the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will officially open to the public on September 30.

Glitz: Cher was one of many stars who attended the event

Transformed: The star is pictured to the right in October 2020 sporting raven locks

Transformed: The star is pictured on the right in October 2020 sporting raven locks

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