Pat Cleveland revolutionised catwalks in the 1970s by being fashion’s first black supermodel. The halstonette was a regular at Studio 54 — but not before moving from New York to Paris as a statement against America’s racism, and coming back after Beverly Johnson appeared on the cover of Vogue. There, she modelled by day for Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, Thierry Mugler and Chloé, and partied by night. She electrified the historical Battle of Versailles Fashion Show in 1973, a friendly face-off and fundraising event that pitted French designers against American ones. She also redefined beauty by being one of 10 in their collective of status-quo-changing black models.