The sophisticated and stylish descended on the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the Eunice W. Johnson Tribute Luncheon on January 11th.
Johnson, the iconic co-founder of Ebony magazine and the traveling haute couture Ebony Fashion Fairs, passed away on January 5th, at the age of 93. Johnson is credited with changing perceptions of African Americans in the fashion industry and raising money for charity.
The tribute for the philanthropist was attended by former President Bill Clinton, fashion legend Anna Wintour, White House social secretary Desiree Rogers and several other stars in the fashion firmament including Isabel Toledo and Francisco Costa. Clinton gave a speech honoring Johnson's contributions.
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