Daisy Fuentes Style Evolution: From '90s MTV VJ To Deal-Making Business Lady (PHOTOS)

11/16/2012 10:17 am ET | Updated Nov 17, 2012

If you clocked some serious hours watching MTV from around 1993 to 1995, there's probably a special place in your heart for Daisy Fuentes. Alongside fellow VJs Dan Cortese, Bill Bellamy and Pauly Shore, the Cuban native brought her own brand of TV hosting to shows like MTV Beach House and House of Style.

In her down time, Fuentes dressed like every other cool girl at the time: high-waisted 501s, cropped tees and a flannel shirt. On the red carpet, however, the 5'9" star really knew how to bring it: slinky slips, skin-tight dresses and short leather numbers were consistently in rotation. Fuentes would go on to host America's Funniest Home Videos, as well as many national pageants, but her legacy truly lives on with the many brands and products she's launched over the past decade. In 2004, she created a clothing line (bearing her name, of course), and followed up with a haircare line, Pilates workout game, home, jewelry and accessories collections, not to mention multiple fragrances.

As Fuentes turns 46 on November 17th, we're taking a look back at her VJ-turned-business-lady style through the years.

Daisy Fuentes Style Evolution

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