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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP)
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • When it paid to photograph hard truth

    When it paid to photograph hard truth
    < The 10 photographers in "Engaged Observers," opening June 29 at the Getty Museum, are at once storytellers, witnesses, advocates for justice, investigative journalists, consciousness raisers, evidence gatherers and educators. They're also something...
  • Michelle Obama's real-world style

    Michelle Obama's real-world style
    Fashion has a new first lady. If the black-and-red dress Michelle Obama wore for her husband's victory speech Tuesday is any indication, she is poised to be her own kind of style icon in the White House. The straight-from-the-spring-runway dress, which...
  • They're first ladies of fashion too

    They're first ladies of fashion too
    On Tuesday night, we will become a nation of fashion critics, crowding around TV screens to see what glittering gown Michelle Obama will wear to the 10 official inaugural balls she's expected to attend. Will it be over-the-top or quietly chic, sexy or...
  • 'Grey Gardens': It's style, darlings

    'Grey Gardens': It's style, darlings
    Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis may have been a fashion icon in those perfect sleeveless sheath dresses, oversized sunglasses and triple-strand pearls, but she had nothing on her cousin Edie Bouvier Beale. The improvisational way Beale could tie a scarf --...
  • Photographer shot famed LBJ photo

    Cecil Stoughton, the White House photographer who shot the historic image of Lyndon Johnson taking the oath of office as president after John F. Kennedy was assassinated, has died. He was 88. Stoughton died Monday evening at his home on Merritt Island,...
  • Guy Peellaert dies at 74; Belgian pop artist worked with rock stars

    Belgian pop artist Guy Peellaert, whose surreal pictures for the 1972 cult book "Rock Dreams" brought him worldwide attention and led him to design album covers for the Rolling Stones and David Bowie, has died. He was 74. -------------------- FOR THE...
  • Eugene Allen dies at 90; White House butler from Truman through Reagan

    Eugene Allen dies at 90; White House butler from Truman through Reagan
    Eugene Allen, a White House butler who served presidents from Harry S. Truman through Ronald Reagan, has died. He was 90. Allen died of renal failure Wednesday at a hospital in Takoma Park, Md., the Washington Post reported. Allen, who was black,...
  • Louis Auchincloss dies at 92; writer

    Louis Auchincloss dies at 92; writer
    Louis Auchincloss, a prolific author of fiction and nonfiction whose dozens of books imparted sober, firsthand knowledge of America's patrician class, has died. He was 92. Auchincloss died at a New York hospital on Tuesday, a week after suffering a...
  • John Carl Warnecke dies at 91; designer of JFK grave site

    John Carl Warnecke dies at 91; designer of JFK grave site
    John Carl Warnecke, an internationally known San Francisco-based architect who designed President Kennedy's grave site at Arlington National Cemetery, has died. He was 91. Warnecke, who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in November, died April 17 at...
  • Who made Michelle Obama's dresses?

    Changing into an elegant black-and-white Isabel Toledo dress from springy J.Crew pieces Wednesday in London, First Lady Michelle Obama showcased her versatility and officially became one of the fab four of the political fashion world in the modern era&#...
  • Documentaries or propaganda?

    IN CASE YOU haven't noticed, documentaries are hot. No longer the domain of university film leagues and vintage un-P.C. jokes — "How many lesbians does it take to screw in a light bulb? One to turn the bulb and 20 to make a documentary about it" &#...