Thursday, February 17, 2011

Celebrating Black History Month with Macy's & A Black Doll

In honor of Black History Month and for the LOVE of color, Macy's and EBONY salute fashion icon Eunice W. Johnson and her legendary EBONY FASHION FAIR®, the world's largest traveling fashion show. The Black Doll Affair joined participating Macy's for a celebration of her courage, triumph and glamour; EBONY will unlock Eunice's private archives and bring to life the spectacular couture and decades of designer looks from EBONY FASHION FAIR® with special exhibitions and fabulous Fashion Fair fetes. I joined my Black Dollista Playground Monitor, Aisha, at the Macy's in D.C. What a fabulous time we had! 
 On the cover of EBONY! Hey, it could happen...
 Fabulous designs by E. Johnson
 Preparing to get my lips done with Fashion Fair products by a celebrity make-up artist!
 After... :) Pucker up!

 E. Johnson = Great Taste! 

Mrs. Eunice Johnson, producer and director of the Ebony Fashion Fair and secretary-treasurer of Johnson Publishing Company, died of renal failure at her home in Chicago. She was 93.

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