This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

Now that Obama has been elected, a tipster inside a PR firm tells us, clients are demanding "an increased number of African Americans added to the guest list" at their holiday parties. In the spirit of hope! The email can't really be "verified," but appears genuine and is just too important not to share. This firm has even assembled an official internal "Diversified Holiday Guest List," in which they rank the top 10 acceptable black socialite attendees, in order of desirability. Uh... yes we can? After the jump, meet the fashion world's ten favorite African-Americans for Obama-era parties. Jesus christ:

Job descriptions and order of "desirability," from the PR firm's original list (NOT BY US):


This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

1) Bonnie Morrison (PR Guru)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

2) Genevieve Jones (Socialite)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

3) Maggie Betts (Socialite)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

4) Malcolm Harris (Designer/Activist)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

5) Moises De La Renta (son of Oscar)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

6) Kehinde Wiley (Artist)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

7) Nicola Vassell (Deitch Gallery Director)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

8) Rachel Roy (Designer/ Socialite)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

9) Jason Campbell (Journalist)

This Year's Most Fashionable Holiday Party Accessories Are Black People

10) Marc Baptiste (photographer)