Her style has awakened the world’s streamlined suits, kitten heels and squash hats, but the first lady is also a master of the block color. Vogue celebrates her best monochrome fashion moments.
While visiting Udaipur in 1962, Jackie Kennedy wears pearls and a silk apricot-coloured dress.
From the 1960s, Jacqueline Kennedy’s single-cover suit is covered with a pill cap, pearl and tan beach tan cream, cream, rose and sleeping beauty blue Tonal toe from head to toe. Whether wearing a large black dress or matching Mantila, meeting Pope John XXIII in Rome, wearing a tomato-colored two-piece dress, taking her to the White House for a TV tour, Kennedy is the queen of streamlined color columns. .
From the fawn coat and pillbox hat she wore for JFK’s inauguration to the infamous pink beaded suit she wore on her death day, the First Lady’s wardrobe has long been accepted by designers, by scholars. Write and commemorate in the museum. Every Halston hat, shantung silk dress and the kitten heel that came to Connecticut now have a place in American history.
With modernity as her muse, Kennedy famously got rid of the fluffy sleeves and waists of the 1950s to renew her as she entered the White House. Although she still prefers Givenchy and Dior, she invites designer Oleg Cassini to create her official First Lady wardrobe. He dressed her in lime, pumpkin and apricot to meet her personality. They collaborated to create A-line dresses and haute couture gowns with white gloves, large buttons and cap badge details in an artistic Vionese green and Nattier blue tones.
In the Onassis era, Jackie O stays away from soft tones and seamlessly blends into the 1970s trousers in jewel tones, dandelions and denim. On bed bug awnings and big buckles – in the presidential campaign or the colonial club – Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis got a huge return when it stopped the color.