Supermodels and more Super chances to look through & win!
Happy Monday!! I know I shouldn’t be all double exclamation point excited, but really I’m just trying to hype myself up to get into this Monday thing this week. That said, I do have something to be happy about. Today my world tour is still on and I’m over at the fab Words of Wisdom from the Scarf Princess. She has a fun excerpt and a review of Through The Lens so you can head on over there and see what she thought of the book. Don’t forget make a comment and enter to win a gift card of your very own.
I’ve decided that this week, keeping with the TTL photo shoot theme, I’d feature some of my favorite fashion models or icons from days past. I hope you enjoy. Today I’m starting with a love of mine, the first African American model to grace the cover of American Vogue, the ever beautiful, Beverly Johnson.
All the best,
images thanks to tumblr and beyond
When I worked for Ralph Lauren, I was her dresser…and she was elegant and very refined. I still remember her silky smooth voice.
“dresser” as in for the Fashion Shows since they have to change so quickly and need help getting zipped, buttoned and ready for the run-way.
Exciting times were those days!