Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis is the ultimate American fashion icon. Jay Mulvaney, author of Kennedy Weddings, celebrates her unique style in this lavishly illustrated book.Jackie: The Clothes of Camelot is a richly illustrated history of those magical years when the Kennedys captivated a nation and the world. Her glamour was electric, her style imaginative, and the eJacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis is the ultimate American fashion icon. Jay Mulvaney, author of Kennedy Weddings, celebrates her unique style in this lavishly illustrated book.Jackie: The Clothes of Camelot is a richly illustrated history of those magical years when the Kennedys captivated a nation and the world. Her glamour was electric, her style imaginative, and the effect was brilliant. Jacqueline Kennedy's fashions from the White House years, over two hundred outfits, are illustrated with three hundred photographs, in both black and white and color, many previously unpublished or rarely seen. Also included are photographs of jewelry and accessories as well as memorabilia, all exploring the continuing impact of Jackie's fashion sensibility on our culture.The range of illustrations and text is broad, including:Early Fashion InfluencesThe Inauguration EnsemblesGowns for State EventsThe Wardrobe for State Visits AbroadPrivate Living and Casual WearFrench Designers: Haute Couture in the White HouseNovember 1963Mrs. Onassis and the Post-Camelot YearsJACKIE: The Clothes of Camelot is a striking portrait of an unforgettable fashion legend....
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Jackie: The Clothes of Camelot Reviews
Beautiful pictures with lots of information on her clothes this is a must read for any fashion lover or fan of one of the most graceful First Ladies the US has ever seen!
Enjoyed the commentary. Many of the pictures are repeats. Well written and engaging.
This is a great book! It's more Franklin Mint than trenchant political history, but that is exactly what I'm looking for in a book about the fashion of a public figure. I just want to read about what they wore, not their larger historical significance (for instance, the book skimmed right over the issues of infidelity and unhappiness in Jackie and Jack's marriage).It is full of lovely pictures, mostly black and white but color when they are available. It's organized chronologically and by type of clothing (evening, daywear, casual sportswear). It strikes just the right balance of text and photos--adequate description and information on the designers and Jackie's personal taste without becoming too much about the author or the story and not enough about the clothes. Although it is neither high literature nor high art, I think this is a superb piece of fashion history.
This book is more to my liking & filled with many colour photographs & interesting captions. My favorite chapter was at the end where we're privy to see Jackie's fashion mishaps....an ill fitting gown, silly hats, a spill on her blouse, shoulder pads peeking thro sheer chiffon or a run in her stocking - it all helps to make her very real! I enjoyed it.
This is a reasonable visual history of the wardrobe of Jackie Kennedy during the years she was First Lady, with some material from before and after. The prose is a little breathless and fawning, and it lacks an index.
Loved the descriptions of fabrics used in the garments.
I love this book I adore Jackie Onassis , she was and icon partly I love it beacsue Iam very materealistic !
Only if you are into Jackie-fashion