Beverly Johnson

My daughter decided to embrace and celebrate who she was. She was a size 2 at one time, but she decided she didn’t want to be hungry anymore. I think that’s how you turn it around. Today, more and more designers are recognizing how lucrative that market is.

“My daughter decided to embrace and celebrate who she was. She was a size 2 at one time, but she decided she didn’t want to … Read More

Most Americans think of hunger as a problem affecting only places like India, Africa or South America. But it is a tragic reality that our country has millions of children who are suffering from lack of food. We must all work together to save our country from this problem.

“Most Americans think of hunger as a problem affecting only places like India, Africa or South America. But it is a tragic reality that our … Read More

There was a show in which these scientists shared the secrets of the world’s oldest living people, people still functioning past 100 years-old. They found that they exercised everyday, they ate in proportion, that they had a social network of family and friends, and that they had some sort of faith. So, that’s what I’m doing now, very consciously. Instead of working out three times a week, I do something physical, like a one-hour walk everyday.

“There was a show in which these scientists shared the secrets of the world’s oldest living people, people still functioning past 100 years-old. They found … Read More

I’m elated. I guess it’s better late than never. Welcome to the 21st century. It’s fantastic. I love Dior, and Rihanna is very much one of my style icons. I’m happy they got there in the end. I adore her style. She loves fashion, she’s unafraid. She uses her imagination, which is something we should all strive to do.

“I’m elated. I guess it’s better late than never. Welcome to the 21st century. It’s fantastic. I love Dior, and Rihanna is very much one … Read More

When I went to Fashion Week, I was very disappointed by how few women of color were in those shows. I do speak to the younger girls, and I hear them when they say they’re not getting the big contracts or into the big shows. So, to sum it up, it seems that whenever we take a couple of steps forward, we take a few more backwards.

“When I went to Fashion Week, I was very disappointed by how few women of color were in those shows. I do speak to the … Read More