EJ Johnson attended the Elizabeth Taylor Ball to End AIDS at The Beverly Hills Hotel held in Los Angeles yesterday. EJ’s parents, Earvin “Magic” Johnson and philanthropist and entrepreneur Cookie Johnson, were honored with The Elizabeth Taylor Commitment to End AIDS Award.
Gracing the star-studded event in style, EJ sported a pair of fall-ready black leather boots. Although they were hard to see over the hem of his jumpsuit, the television personality’s boots featured vinyl-like patent leather uppers, hence the glossy finish. The high-shine uppers transitioned into elongated squared-off toes that offered the footwear a unique touch.
The set was finished off with 2 to 3-inch stilettos that offered EJ a conservative boost. The footwear’s silhouette was vaguely Western-inspired and likely ankle-length. As we transition into fall, many celebrities have come to adopt more boot styles.
Going for a whimsical bohemian vibe, the socialite was outfitted in a dainty white lace jumpsuit by Alaïa. The striking garment was sleeveless and comprised of a high neckline and a form-fit that transitioned into flared trousers with a lettuce-style trim. The jumpsuit featured an array of lacy paneling mixed in alongside sheer sections that gave EJ’s look a daring effect.
Elizabeth Taylor Ball to End AIDS was held at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles on Sept. 21. The event was hosted by Angela Bassett and Courtney B. Vance and aimed at fighting against HIV and AIDS. The event was backed by Bulgari and also included a dinner, an auction in partnership with Christie’s and a performance from famed songstress Gladys Knight. Notable attendees included Paris Jackson, EJ Johnson, Jennifer Tilly, Angela Bassett and Earvin “Magic” Johnson among others.