Beige wool crepe dress with overblouse, by Oleg Cassini, American, 1961. Worn by Jacqueline Kennedy to Inaugural ceremonies, Washington, DC, January 20, 1961. For the luncheon at the Old Supreme Court Chamber that followed the swearing-in, the new First Lady revealed a slender variant of the overblouse dress designed by Cassini as a counterpoint to the A-line volume of the inaugural coat.
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Designer: Hubert de Givenchy (French, b. 1927) Place Made: France Date Made: Fall-winter 1960 Medium: Silk radzimir Short evening dress in deep pink silk radzimir. (Model number 3118). Minimal detail on front of dress, back has ribbed-weave shot-silk fabric twisted and finished with a hand tied bow. Evening Dress worn by Jacqueline Kennedy to a Staff Christmas reception at the White House December 12, 1962.