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
"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.
Françoise Hardy, 1966 The French actress and singer (and muse to the likes of Bob Dylan and Mick Jagger) takes her trench with a touch of mod, pairing the timeless outerwear with a black turtleneck and oversize white sunnies.
60 Iconic Women Who Prove Style Peaked In The '60s
Twiggy first emerged on the fashion scene in the with a highly recognized look, influencing the "mod" era of subculture, originated in Britain. With her prominent features and publicized work, twiggy quickly became an icon for British fashion.