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Jodhpurs Nr. 78 – Janet Bouvier née Lee

March 7th, 2013 · No Comments · Jacqueline Kennedy, Jodhpurs

Jodhpurs Nr. 78 by Janet Bouvier at the Southhampton Riding and Hunt Club. She is wearing black riding boots and a polka dot scarf.
Janet Bouvier nee Lee and Jack Bouvier, the parents of Jacqueline Bouvier and Caroline Lee Bouvier, respectively known as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Princess Lee Radziwill, are shown here in happier times.
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Jodhpurs Nr. 76 – Jacqueline Bouvier (later: Kennedy Onassis)

June 1st, 2012 · No Comments · Jacqueline Kennedy, Jodhpurs

Jodhpurs Nr. 76 by Jacqueline Bouvier, Southampton

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Jodhpurs Nr. 47: Jacqueline Bouvier

May 1st, 2010 · No Comments · Jacqueline Kennedy, Jodhpurs

Jodhpurs Photograph Nr. 47 by Jacqueline Bouvier (later Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis) watching the competition at the Southhampton Riding and Hunt Club’s seventh annual horse show August 11, 1935 in Southampton, New York.
Spectactors include Jackie’s maternal aunt and uncle Franklin D’Olier and his wife Winifred Lee (sister of Jackie’s mother Janet Lee), Marian Raymond and [...]

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it’s just a book… “Jacqueline” by Ron Galella, Photographer

September 17th, 2009 · Comments Off · Coffee Table Books, It's just a Book, Jacqueline Kennedy

It is not  Jacqueline Kennedy Week at Wallflower Dispatches. However, rarely available, but currently for sale online at Paul Smith, this book represents the best of countless photographs that Galella has taken of Mrs Onassis and her children. Also included are many photographs of the Kennedy family.

After prolonged litigation, Galella brings together the very best of his [...]

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it’s just a book…”Jackie: A Life in Pictures” by Pierre-Henri Verlhac and Yann-Brice Dherbier

September 16th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Biography, Coffee Table Books, It's just a Book, Jacqueline Kennedy

With the passing of two of the last three children surviving JFK siblings this August, Eunice aged 88 and Edward aged 77, it is hard to imagine that their glamorous sister-in-law Jacqueline would have celebrated her 80th birthday this year.

Despite her death fifteen years ago, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis continues to grace the cover of magazines [...]

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it’s just a book… “Happy Times” by Lee Radziwill

March 11th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Coffee Table Books, It's just a Book, Jacqueline Kennedy

Lee Radziwill “Happy Times”
What is the purpose of coffee table books? The term itself already implies that this type of publication is of lesser value than its prose-filled cousins. Many ideas have developed around this genre. Seinfeld’s Kramer wanted to write a coffee table book about coffee table books with built in legs and coasters.
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it’s just a thought…

December 12th, 2008 · No Comments · It's just a Thought, Jacqueline Kennedy

“I believe that without memories there is no life, and that our memories should be of happy times. That’s my choice.”
Lee Radziwill

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it’s just a thought…

May 21st, 2008 · Comments Off · It's just a Thought, Jacqueline Kennedy

“If you bungle raising your children, I don’t think whatever else you do matters very much.”
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (1929-1994) in trademark black and white denim pants and top on holiday with her children in Capri
More Jackie?! Click here…and also “Jacqueline” by Ron Galella, photographer plus Jackie: A Life in Pictures

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The Charming Mountain Goat – French Style Note for Simpletons

May 2nd, 2008 · Comments Off · Charming Mountain Goat, Jacqueline Kennedy, South of France

 
 
Despite having graduated from the Katharine Hepburn School of Dressing, taken an emergency diploma at the Jackie O. Summer School of Wearing Sunday Best (module: skirts and dresses) plus an unhealthy teenage obsession with the Fred Astaire’s sartorial accessories, to me ‘fashion’ always started and ended with a well-cut white cotton shirt.
 
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