Looking for Jackie: American Fashion Icons
A fascinating chronicle of fourteen trend-setting women of fashion and style throughout American history since 1800, including Jackie Kennedy, Dolley Madison, Katherine Hepburn, and Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte, discusses how their personal styles set the standard for American women. 15,000 first printing.
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Foreword by Jean Druesedow 6
A Woman of Distinction 12
Women of the White House 36
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