"Supermodel Donayale Luna was one of the world's most beautiful
women in the 1960s. Born Peggy Ann Freeman in Detroit, Luna began
modeling in 1965 and within months, an article in Time magazine declared
1966 to be "The Luna Year." She was the first black model to appear on
the cover of British Vogue, was a muse to legendary photographers like
Richard Avedon and David Bailey, and vamped through several Warhol and
Fellini films. Famously a fan of LSD, the devastatingly beautiful model
died of a drug overdose at 39."