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Grace Jones, Beverly Johnson, Pat Cleveland and 56 other black models starred in the show.
Doesn't an African American artist deserve the same chance for rehabilitation that was extended to a white one? I have no easy solution, just questions and an old memory of vulnerability.
For Beverly Johnson, New York Fashion Week is, at the risk of making a person sound older than they are, old hat to a superstar model who, at 62, can easily pass for 39.
Johnson recounts how she became an in-demand globetrotting superstar hanging out at fashion designer Halston's legendary parties with Liza Minnelli and Elizabeth Taylor, going to Studio 54, her relationship with tennis legend Arthur Ashe and much more.
As diversity becomes the buzzword across all industries, New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is no exception. This year the annual extravaganza has made gains in its representation of Asian designers.
Read the full letter below: Model Nykhor Paul is fed up with the fashion world and is making her feelings known. Clearly
From supermodel to suburban-supermom, the I On Exceptional Living series continues with more special individuals whose lives are leaving a mark on the world in a variety of ways.
Malaika Firth is one of the few black models that have experienced soaring success in fashion -- an industry that is notorious
Let us suppose that somewhere there may be a valid reason, in spite of twenty-plus alleged victims, for which one refuses to believe Bill Cosby has ever harmed a woman -- conspiracy is simply not one of them.
Former supermodel Beverly Johnson is the latest woman to accuse comedian Bill Cosby of wrongdoing. In a Vanity Fair essay
To read Beverly Johnson's essay, head over to Vanity Fair. "I had to use my voice as a sister, mother, and grandmother, and
Anyone can see the lack of diversity on fashion runways these days, but what does that feel like from the perspective of
Beverly Johnson joins HuffPost Live to discuss the lack of people of color in the fashion world.
Visual artist, Glenn Ligon debuts collaboration with MZ Wallace As NYFW has come to an end one company is focused on using
Beverly Johnson is busy these days from celebrating the 40th anniversary of becoming the first African-American woman on the cover of Vogue, to overseeing the Beverly Johnson Hair Collection, to completing a memoir.