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Beverly Johnson Cover of Vogue | Beverly Johnson...the 1st black woman to grace the cover of Vogue ...

Beverly Johnson (born October is an American model, actress, and businesswoman. She made history when she rose to fame as the first African American model to appear on the cover of American Vogue in August 1974

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+  Beautiful Black American Woman in a stunning hat and fur collar.

Antique Photograph - Victorian fashion: Beautiful African American Woman in a stunning hat and fur collar.

Margaret “Peggy” Anne Moffitt was born in Los Angeles on May 14, 1940. After marrying photographer William Claxton, Peggy began to model. She became an extremely popular during the mod era and was designer Rudi Gernreich’s fashion muse. Peggy’s unique, asymmetrically-cut short hair became part of her signature look. Her cropped ‘do was cut by the late, Vidal Sassoon using his famous five-point method. Even though she’s now in her seventies, Peggy still rocks that one-of-a-kind haircut.

Peggy Moffit - Mary Quant is a Brisitsh designer who pretty much invented and popularized .

We could have had it all...

"Judy Pace appeared in blaxploitation movies like “Cool Breeze” and “The Slams.” But she is probably better known for her television work. in quality productions like “Brian’s Song” and as a guest star on hit shows like “Sanford & Son” and “Kung Fu.

"A woman who doesn't wear perfume has no future." - Coco Chanel

"A woman who doesn't wear perfume has no future." - Coco Chanel Coco Chanel The French fashion designer Coco Chanel photographed by her great friend Cecil Beaton in her room at the Ritz Hotel in Paris, March

That's the spirit! Dakota Johnson cracks a smile while filming St. Patrick's Day Parade scene for How To Be Single in NYC

These boots are made for walking: The star's costume included a pair of animal print boots.

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