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First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s Inaugural Gown, 1961 designed by Ethel Frankau of Bergdorf Custom Salon based on sketches and suggestions from Mrs.

Jacqueline Kennedy and Oleg Cassini doing  "The Twist"

Oleg Cassini dancing "Le Twist" at Stash & Lee Radzieill's home in London. Jackie Kennedy and her sister Lee had just returned from a whirlwind trip to India & Pakistan.

Jacqueline Kennedy.  How young she was when she became the First Lady.

First ladies charm us with their refined allure, however there are the chosen ones as Jackie Kennedy who enter the history of fashion with their unique and mass inspiring appearance. Find out more about style icon Jackie O.

The Kennedy family has some seriously strong genes. The Internet is currently freaking out because the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s granddaughter, comedian Rose Kennedy Schlossberg, looks like a straight-up clone of Jackie O....

Jackie O.'s Granddaughter Looks Like Her Twin: See the Pics

The Kennedy family has some seriously strong genes. The Internet is currently freaking out because the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis& granddaughter, comedian Rose Kennedy Schlossberg, looks like a straight-up clone of Jackie O.

Classic elegance, 1950s

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy - and John F. Kennedy - holding hands and smiling while walking through a room in the Senate Office Building, Washington, D.

a strapless evening dress in silver-spangled white tulle embroidered with rhinestones and trimmed with gray silk velvet. This dress was worn by Jacqueline Kennedy to the state dinner honoring President Felix Houphouet-Boigny of the Ivory Coast, the White House, Washington, DC, May 22, 1962

Maker: Oleg Cassini 1962 Historical Note: This dress was worn by Jacqueline Kennedy to the state dinner honoring President Felix Houphouet-Boigny of the Ivory Coast, the White House, Washington, DC, May

“There is one thing that you must know. I consider that my life is over and I will spend the rest of it waiting for it really to be over.” —Jacqueline Kennedy, December 20, 1963 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_funeral_of_John_F._Kennedy

*JACQUELINE KENNEDY ~ Funeral of President Kennedy: “There is one thing that you must know. I consider that my life is over and I will spend the rest of it waiting for it really to be over.

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