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The 50 Most Scandalous Dresses in History

With President John F. Kennedy arriving at Love Field during campaign tour on day of his assassination. Nov. 22, 1963.

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from Mail Online

The dazzling history of the world's most iconic engagement rings

Unforgettable jewels: The beautiful ring, which also features round brilliant and marquise cut diamonds in addition to its two main stones, has an estimated value of $1.39 million

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from Luscious: myLusciousLife.com

Style icons: Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis

Jackie Kennedy style icon - she changed her style after JFKs death - big sunglasses, scarf, trench coat, jeans, skinny swaeters - she was also the first person to be followed by the paparazzi

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U.S. President John F. Kennedy is shot to death in Dallas. Texas Governor John B. Connally is also seriously wounded and Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson takes over as the 36th President

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from British Vogue

100 Definitive Hairstyles

Jackie Kennedy thanks the nation in 1964 for all of the cards and letters that she and the children received following the death of President Kennedy. She received "nearly 800,000 in all", and she acknowledged each one personally, a project that took her 10 years to complete.

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from Mail Online

'You can't take a bad picture of the guy': Legendary photojournalist Art Shay's retrospective of classic American icons, including his favorite John F. Kennedy

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from POPSUGAR Celebrity

Vintage Pics of Jackie Kennedy Will Take You Back in Time

When she married Aristotle Onassis in 1968, Jackie Kennedy became Jackie Onassis or Jackie O (as she was affectionately known) Until her death in 1994, she never had a bad fashion day and never took a bad photo, which is why she is still referred to as one of the most influential people in fashion.

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from Mail Online

Explosive Jackie O tapes 'reveal how she believed Lyndon B Johnson killed JFK and had affair with movie star'

This is a great dress shape, and them holding hands. They were never showing that!

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from The Huffington Post

Read The Last Lines Of The Speech JFK Would Have Given The Night Of His Assassination

President John F. Kennedy speaks during a press conference as First Lady Jackie Kennedy looks on April 9, 1963 at the White House.

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