Jackie Kennedy Through the Years: A Look Back at the Original White House Style Icon
Jackie Kennedy was a certified style icon even before she officially took on the role of first lady, inspiring countless copycats and setting major trends every time she stepped out in a new monochromatic ensemble, Chanel suit, or pillbox hat. But her reign as Queen of Camelot was just the beginning for Jackie O, as she became known after her marriage to Aristotle Onassis in 1968. Naturally, the former first lady ushered in her new era with a new look, this one centered around billowy maxi…
Jacqueline Kennedy in Hyannis Port
“If you want to take her apart, there are many things wrong here,” said photographer Jacques Lowe of Jacqueline Kennedy in photos from this session in Hyannis Port, Mass. “The eyebrows are not even, her nose isn’t perfect and her jaw is too broad. It doesn’t matter; she looks stunning. The whole bearing is almost royal.” Photos from this session were featured in several magazines, including Paris Match, Ladies' Home Journal and TV Guide. Photo: Estate of Jacques Lowe
Jacqueline Kennedy - John F. Kennedy's Presidency became linked to 'Camelot', after his wife, Jacqueline Kennedy, revealed in a LIFE magazine article, following his assassination, that Camelot had been one of his favorite records, particularly the lines, 'Don't let it be forgot-that once there was a spot-for one brief shining moment-that was known as Camelot. - We'd like to think that JFK would have thoroughly embraced the film version of Camelot, released in 1967.
Jackie Kennedy’s Life in New York City (Photos)
Following her husband’s assassination in 1963, the former First Lady moved to NYC to begin a new life. From walks in Central Park to concerts at Lincoln Center, a look at Jackie O’s always effortless style and grace.
February 1961. The kids had just arrived in DC from Palm Beach where they stayed with their nanny, Maude Shaw, while Jackie got the White House Presidential apartment decorated and ready to live. Jackie asked a Secret Service agent to make a snowman on the White House lawn to greet Caroline when she arrived at her new home.
February 1961. The kids had just arrived in DC from Palm Beach where they stayed with their nanny, Maude Shaw, while Jackie got the White House Presidential apartment decorated and ready to live. Jackie asked a Secret Service agent to make a snowman on the White House lawn to greet Caroline when she arrived at her new home. by TamidP on Indulgy.com
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
The classic Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis sunglasses style (which she wore on the Fourth of July in 1976 in London), is still the last word in effortless chic.