In the ‘90s, female rappers were as bold and boss as their male counterparts. The rapped about money and sex, as well as their struggle to make it in a male-dominated industry. They also cultivated an iconic look. Foxy Brown scored a Calvin Klein campaign. Lil’ Kim changed the world of red carpet dressing with one little purple sequin pasty. Lauryn Hill’s artful style and signature hair complemented her playful yet racially charged lyrics. And before them all, the first female rappers to win a Grammy were Salt-N-Pepa, who rhymed about relationships while sporting bright colors and chunky gold chains.