Johnson Publishing Company

How a Couture Pioneer Changed Fashion

In this installment of our monthlong recognition of September’s designation as Fashion Month, we pay homage to Mrs. Eunice Johnson, director and founder of what became the “world’s largest traveling fashion show,” the Ebony Fashion Fair, with this article from May 2012.

The New York Times Publishes “A Last Look” at Johnson Publishing Company Photo Archives

The collection of photographs, more than four million prints and negatives from the Johnson Publishing Company archive, will be offered at an auction on Wednesday conducted privately at a law firm in downtown Chicago.

Art Exhibit Celebrating Johnson Publishing Company to Open in Chicago This Summer

An exhibit opening in Chicago this summer will highlight the Johnson Publishing Company’s presence in…

Jarreau

Remembering Al Jarreau in Photos

He told us that we’re in this love together, he inspired us to say all…

Exclusive: Linda Johnson Rice Talks About the NMAAHC

It was more than a century in the making, but well worth the wait. With…

Alex Poinsett, Former EBONY Editor, Dies at 89

Alex Poinsett, a former editor for EBONY has died, according to a statement released Wednesday…

MC Lyte Shares A List of Her Fave Female Emcees

The 90s weren't just a decade for true hip-hop aficionados.  They set the standard.  From the lyricism…

EBONY Fashion Fair:Rebirth of Chic

Fashion fanatics will be granted access to the treasures from the EBONY Fashion Fair Show…

JET Magazine Goes Digital: A Look Back [PHOTOS]

Today, Johnson Publishing Company announced that JET magazine (founded in 1951) will end its print…