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Blue linen day dress, by Norman Norell, American, ca. 1960. This dress was worn by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy for a visit to the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, on June 11, 1961.

Blue Day Dress Designer: Norman Norell (American, Place Made: USA Date Made: ca. 1960 Medium: Plain weave linen // First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Clothing - John F.

Black Evening Dress Maker: Oleg Cassini (American, b. France, 1913-2006) Date(s) of Materials: 1961 Place Made: United States Medium: Silk satin Dimensions: 50 1/2" center back Description: An evening dress in black Fortuny-pleated silk satin with a satin bow at the waist. Historical Note: This dress was worn by Jacqueline Kennedy to the state dinner honoring President Romulo Betancourt of Venezuela, the White House, Washington, DC, February 19, 1963.

an evening dress in black Fortuny-pleated silk satin with a satin bow at the waist. This dress was worn by Jacqueline Kennedy to the state dinner honoring President Romulo Betancourt of Venezuela at the White House in Washington, DC on February 1963

Dress Maker: Joan Morse (fashion designer) Date(s) of Materials: 1962 Place Made: United States Medium: Wool Dimensions: 37" center back Description: A sleeveless rose-pink dress in basket-weave wool with an A-line skirt and a bow at the center of the waist. This dress was purchased from Joan Morse's Manhattan boutique, A La Carte. Historical Note: This dress was worn by Jacqueline Kennedy in Miami when she addressed the Cuban Brigade, survivors of the Bay of Pigs landings in Cuba.

rose-pink dress worn by Jacqueline Kennedy in Miami when she addressed the Cuban Brigade, survivors of the Bay of Pigs landings in Cuba, December 1962

Designer: Hubert de Givenchy (French, b. 1927)  Givenchy Boutique (French, established 1952)  Place Made: France  Date Made: ca. 1959  Medium: Double-knit wool, silk  Dress and overblouse in slate gray wool jersey with bow at waist.  The overblouse, made popular in America by Jacqueline Kennedy, has a neckline that was cut to stand up and away from the shoulder blades and a deep bias band at the hem that impedes its fall.

Gray Dress with Overblouse Designer: Hubert de Givenchy Date Made: ca.

Title: Sleeveless Dress Maker: A La Carte Medium: Wool Dimensions: 41 1/2" center back Description: A white wool sleeveless knee length dress with a black ribbon band around the waist, collar, and hem. Historical Note: This dress was worn by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy at the opening of Treaty Room of the White House after it's redecoration on June 28, 1962.

Sleeveless Dress: A white wool sleeveless knee length dress with a black ribbon band around the waist, collar, and hem

Important Norman Norell Dress as seen on Jacqueline Kennedy Circa1961 | From a collection of rare vintage day dresses at https://www.1stdibs.com/fashion/clothing/day-dresses/

Important Norman Norell Dress as seen on Jacqueline Kennedy Circa1961

For Sale on - Jacqueline Kennedy is undoubtedly one of the most enduring style icons, and Norman Norell was one of her go-to designers.

Black Alaskine and silk taffeta gown, by Oleg Cassini, American, 1962. Worn by Jacqueline Kennedy for her audience with Pope John XXIII at the Vatican on March 11, 1962. Her selection of stiff, unyielding fabrics such as this silk and wool blend called Alaskine, lends an armorial quality to much of her clothing from this period.

Black Silk Dress Designer: Oleg Cassini (American, b. France Date Made: 1962 Medium: Alaskine, taffeta Full-length long-sleeved dress worn by Jacqueline Kennedy for her audience with Pope John XXIII at the Vatican on March

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