Jacqueline kennedy

Explore the timeless elegance and influence of Jacqueline Kennedy. Discover her iconic fashion choices, her role as First Lady, and her lasting impact on American culture.
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The following images were recently discovered in the photo archives of United Press International's Washington D.C. Headquarters. Each image was professionally scanned by a UPI photographer and added to the digital archives. Today, July 28, would be Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' 81 birthday.

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Vicki Lensing
Slim Aarons - Jackie K, Estate Edition Photograph [Classic Pearls Jacqueline Kennedy] For Sale at 1stDibs Grace Kelly, Vivienne Westwood, Jackie Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, Jean Shrimpton, Kennedy Family, Jackie Kennedy Style, Katharine Hepburn

About Iconic photography of young Jackie Kennedy (Jacqueline Onassis) (1929 - 1994) wife of Senator Jack Kennedy, at a 'April in Paris' ball with classic pearls, red lipstick, a white satin dress, and diamond earrings. In this historic image of vintage glamour, she holds a jeweled clutch with white gloves, and smiles, candid, at the camera. The legendary First Lady was also a photographer, and she and Slim Aarons developed a close friendship. The hand is John F. Kennedy's. Jackie K…

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Women’s fashion in 1962 was similar to the 1950's look of classic elegance.  Hemlines on skirts rose to the knee and just below the knee.  Many women were inspired by the style of Jacqueline Kennedy, who wore A-line skirts and square-shaped, collarless jackets.  Suits and separates were extremely popular items. (Bailey G.) Oscar De La Renta, Couture, Vintage Fashion, 1960s Fashion, Jacqueline Kennedy Style, Vintage Dresses, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Jaqueline Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy

Women’s fashion in 1962 was similar to the 1950's look of classic elegance. Hemlines on skirts rose to the knee and just below the knee. Many women were inspired by the style of Jacqueline Kennedy, who wore A-line skirts and square-shaped, collarless jackets. Suits and separates were extremely popular items. (Bailey G.)

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Kara Pollifrone