Happy-Go-Lucky Book Review. “Jackie Style.” by Pamela Clarke Keogh. Introduction by Valentino.
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Contrary to the title, this book is not dedicated to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis personal style only. First and foremost it is a beautify illustrated biography, describing Jacqueline’s life from earliest childhood and adolescence, through beginnings of her husband’s political career up to the glamorous Kennedy presidency and the white house period, followed by her turbulent marriage with Onassis, ending with professional career and years spent in NY.
Nonetheless, readers hoping to find more insight into Jackie’s wardrobe and a key to her inimitable personal style won’t be disappointed, as fashion is one of the most important subjects discusses in relation with different phases of her exciting life. Make up looks, essential pieces as well as famous pillbox hats earned separate passages, being presented in detail. There is much about jewelry, shopping and relationships with european and american designers, as well as about the famous dresses, travels and the jet set lifestyle.
Jacqueline Kennedy is still considered to be one of the most prominent women who shaped tastes and fashions, being an inspiration to legions of modern women, who would love to posses her remarkable style and grace, that even after decades never stops to fascinate.