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The Bling Factor | 'American Woman' at the Met

The Bling Factor | 'American Woman' at the Met

Millicent Rogers.  The photograph is believed to be her passport photograph taken in 1947, the year Rogers moved permanently to Taos. "Millicent Rogers is the last person who had any real influence on American taste," stated fashion designer Charles James. Courtesy Millicent Rogers Museum.

Millicent Rogers. The photograph is believed to be her passport photograph taken in 1947, the year Rogers moved permanently to Taos. "Millicent Rogers is the last person who had any real influence on American taste," stated fashion designer Charles James. Courtesy Millicent Rogers Museum.

Millicent Rogers, was a spirited society lady, an American beauty, a compassionate individual, a philanthropist, a talented costume and jewelry designer, a passionate art collector, a tireless humanitarian and an advocate for Native American culture.  Photo by Louise Dahl-Wolfe, 1946.

Millicent Rogers, was a spirited society lady, an American beauty, a compassionate individual, a philanthropist, a talented costume and jewelry designer, a passionate art collector, a tireless humanitarian and an advocate for Native American culture. Photo by Louise Dahl-Wolfe, 1946.

Martha Reed, 1922-2010: Taos fashion maven renowned for fiery spirit - The Santa Fe New Mexican

Martha Reed, 1922-2010: Taos fashion maven renowned for fiery spirit - The Santa Fe New Mexican

Millicent Rogers married three times and was linked to many dashing men including Clark Gable and Ian Fleming.

Millicent Rogers married three times and was linked to many dashing men including Clark Gable and Ian Fleming.

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