Thanks to the inspiring woman herself Beverly Johnson - I experienced a decadent and fun-filled night at the Museum of New York on the Upper Westside, 1220 Fifth Avenue.
The night was to celebrate the launch of Beverly's biopic TELL-ALL book "The Face that Changed it ALL"
Here is a sneak peak into this invite-only event that celebrated the astonishing and incredibly successful life of Beverly Johnson.
Beverly was the first ever African American model to grace the cover of Vogue and in doing so built a path for diversity and acceptance of models from all backgrounds.
If you haven't yet been to the New York library then put it on your list - it's a magestic building set in the heart of the upper west side with a vibrant feel.
I met so many intriguing people from all walks of life!
Here's a little video on the night
and then it was time to walk the red carpet
The lady of the hour herself signing books
everyone was excited!
Some of the outfits were simply stunning - especially these ladies
the book was truly entrancing - Beverly's story is so inspiring!
Whilst in line for the red carpet I met these incredibly talented Broadway brothers - Will & Anthony! They were not only absolutely funny, charming and charismatic but equally nice on the eye! We had a lot of fun together - and if you have time please do check them both out on Broadway
feeling like well a true diva with these two!
Then it was time to explore the interior of this beautiful establishment
I went on a little exploration of the space too - of and felt like I blended into the artwork no?
It ws truly a wonderful evening filled with such accomplished guests.
Here is a video which covers what her tell all book is about