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Have an exclusive first look below at Lamy’s feature story collaboration with What’s Contemporary’s own Saulo Madrid, and Gregory Derkenne’s evocative photos of the Paris legend (full story will be launching Monday April 23rd on WhatsContemporary.com)

Have an exclusive first look below at Lamy’s feature story collaboration with What’s Contemporary’s own Saulo Madrid, and Gregory Derkenne’s evocative photos of the Paris legend (full story will be launching Monday April 23rd on WhatsContemporary.com)

Millicent Rogers - Heir to the Standard Oil fortune, raised in Manhattan, Tuxedo Park and Southampton, fashion icon and important champion of Native American art and civil rights

Millicent Rogers - Heir to the Standard Oil fortune, raised in Manhattan, Tuxedo Park and Southampton, fashion icon and important champion of Native American art and civil rights

Mary Benjamin Rogers w/ daughter Mary Millicent Abigail Rogers. Millicent (named for her aunt who died at 17) was born to Mary Rogers and Col. H H Rogers II in 1902. Her grandfather, Henry Huddleston Rogers (I), is the main mind behind U.S. Steel and Anaconda Copper, and co-founder (with John D. Rockefeller) of Standard Oil. The cherished only daughter of the family will grow up with a brother, Henry, Jr.

Mary Benjamin Rogers w/ daughter Mary Millicent Abigail Rogers. Millicent (named for her aunt who died at 17) was born to Mary Rogers and Col. H H Rogers II in 1902. Her grandfather, Henry Huddleston Rogers (I), is the main mind behind U.S. Steel and Anaconda Copper, and co-founder (with John D. Rockefeller) of Standard Oil. The cherished only daughter of the family will grow up with a brother, Henry, Jr.

Millicent Rogers for Vogue Magazine ; “Millicent was seductive beyond discipline.” - Diana Vreeland

Millicent Rogers for Vogue Magazine ; “Millicent was seductive beyond discipline.” - Diana Vreeland

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