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Jackie with her father, John Vernou "Black Jack" Bouvier III , Big Edie's brother.    Repinned

Jackie, thirteen years old in this picture, and her father “Black Jack” Bouvier. They really look alike, don’t they? (Scan by jackieandaudrey from the book America’s Queen: The Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis)

1920s

Jewelled heels, "In the there was a craze for women’s shoes to have lacquered heels covered with diamanté and paste. The shapely Louis heel or fashionable Cuban heel were also popular during this decade.

Early in the twentieth century Diaghilev's Russian dance company, Ballets Russes, performed in Paris—reigniting the taste for orientalism in Europe with its exotic sets and costumes. As this ensemble illustrates, Poiret excelled in recontextualizing western dress with fantastical eastern influence. He was also a maverick modernist in creating a stir, taking promotion of his inventive ensembles to new levels with his infamous spectaculars.

Fancy dress costume Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: 1911 Culture: French Medium: metal, silk, cotton.

TWO SILK and LACE TEA DRESSES, 1920s.

Both sleeveless: One ivory embroidered net over blush charmeuse having wide seafoam silk sash with bow. (Small hole in sash, straps reduced) good.

Sears Catalog Highlights: Spring/Summer 1958 | grayflannelsuit.net

Sears Catalogs are REALLY big, so I've picked some of neatest pages for your enjoyment. This is the Spring/Summer 1958 edition.