Warhol Quarantine Edition

Pick three roommates.
Mine:
Liza Minelli
Basquiat
Mick Jagger

Supermodel 101: Donyale Luna

The first black woman on the cover of Vogue. The first black supermodel period. Donyale Luna’s lithe body, otherworldly looks and style, were enough to make Salvador Dali declare her Nefertiti reincarnated. Always a muse she starred in Andy Warhol factory videos and Fellini films. Ever the socialite she lived the rockstar lifestyle. Despite appearing with Mick Jagger (above) she was actually hooking up with Brian Jones. Would have died to attend the Rock n Roll Circus. This gorgeous big-eyed, regal faced babe succumbed to drugs, which led to the demise of her career and untimely death. A true queen and pioneer. Which Donyale are you right now? Photos: Roberto Roccchi, Richard Avedon & Vogue Magazine.

Pick A Demon

Which demons are you gonna exercise tonight? Choose your partner. I use to be OBSESSED with Brian Jones, like literally hundreds of pictures saved on my laptop. Anita Pallenberg should be in this. Photo: Stones Vintage

Weekend Warhol

Which weekend warrior would you hang out with? I’ll take the Jagger’s for one million please. The Lennon’s would be too political for my Saturday shenanigans. Photos: Andy Warhol

Janice Dickinson

Before she was a botched face, loud mouth, controversial aught’s reality star, Janice Dickinson was super fucking hot. The self proclaimed “World’s First Supermodel,” was Mick Jagger’s lover and Jim Belushi’s best friend, who frequented Cosmopolitan and Vogue covers. She was definitely an 80’s It Girl. Large almond shaped eyes, pouty full lips, can’t tell if she’s naughty or nice demeanor, this party girl was a knock out.