Fifty years ago this week, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas as he rode in a motorcade alongside his wife Jacqueline. The now-iconic blood-spattered pink suit that the First Lady wore that day hasn't been seen in public since, but not because it's missing; it's because it's locked in a vault…
There's more to the newly released tapes of Jacqueline Kennedy than her disdain for Martin Luther King Jr. The young widow of the tapes also voices some unfavorable opinions towards several women in public life, many of whom had a different view of a woman's role than she did at the time.
While her tragically iconic suit has been preserved for posterity, the hat has disappeared.
The challenge: To use Jackie Kennedy as inspiration and create "classic American sportswear." But what's considered "classic," or "American" or "sportswear" varied wildly amongst the designers!
Word's broken that Rachel Weisz is set to play Jackie Kennedy in a new movie, but some are skeptical of the casting choice. We say: have you seen any of the previous portrayals? There's plenty of room for improvement.
Long before Ted Kennedy endorsed him for president, I've been telling anyone who'll listen that I think that Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, are the contemporary version of Camelot: Barack with his ability to connect with younger generations and inspire hope; Michelle with her formidable intelligence and…