These days, mass media do not stop bombarding us with news about the 50th anniversary of the death of John F. Kennedy. And his wife, Jackie Kenedy, also returns to the spotlight as the fashion icon never die.
Addicted to most coveted french “couturiers” of the time like Dior, Chanel and Givenchy; she managed to upset American designers who desbribed her as “unfair“. Ignoring the complaints of her countrymen, her great french friend Oleg Cassini sewed for her more than 300 dresses that made history.
And, although she was American, her weakness for French chic was evident. Not surprisingly, Jackie became the forerunner of lady style. No one wear like her headscarves, capri pants, “pillbox“ hats, French sleeve jackets and oversize dark glasses. Long live to the Jackie Kennedy style.