This week we are celebrating with our sister site MAKERS.com as they reach a major milestone of 200 MAKERS in their journey to share the trailblazing stories from the women you know and the women you should know. 200 women--from icons like Hillary Clinton, Diane Von Furstenberg and Ellen DeGeneres to lesser known groundbreakers like coal miner Barbara Burns and the the first female NBA ref Violet Palmer--tell their stories in video interviews on MAKERS.com, and now, WNBA legend Lisa Leslie joins the MAKERS ranks!

A founding member of the WNBA and two-time Olympic gold medalist, Leslie's influence has brought women's professional basketball to the forefront. She was even the first to dunk in the WNBA, checking off a skill that had once been absent from women's basketball. In 2009, Leslie retired from the WNBA and she continues to make waves as a co-owner of her old team, the Los Angeles Sparks.

As incredible as Leslie looked on the court with her undeniable moves, she is also quite the fashionista! Leslie explains in her MAKERS profile how she learned about balancing strength and femininity from her mother who always kept a lipstick tucked in her bra...

Take a look at Lisa Leslie's best looks off the court and on the red carpet, and check out a clip from her MAKERS interview below!