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JACQUELINE KENNEDY lifts the skirt of her ivory double-faced silk satin twill inaugural ball gown, designed by Oleg Cassini, as she and PRESIDENT-ELECT JOHN F. KENNEDY leave their Georgetown home. They were en route to the pre-Inaugural Gala in Washington, D.C.  -- January 19, 1961.

The Dawn of Camelot: LIFE at JFK's Inauguration

Not originally published in LIFE. Jackie Kennedy sets out through an evening snowstorm for the Inaugural Gala, January 1961

The new President and First Lady on their way to an inaugural ball.

Jackie Kennedy commissioned this inaugural gown to be sewn by Bergdorf's Ethel Frankau. This peau d'ange and chiffon dress was based on sketches by Jackie and fashion editor Diana Vreeland.

A selection of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' personal notes, mostly written on the former first lady's signature blue stationery between the 80s and 90s, will go up for auction in Florida on Saturday.

Jacqueline Kennedy's handwritten notes to designers up for auction

Style icon Jackie Onassis was a fashion force at the "Fashions of The Hapsburg Era" gala. (Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage) - Met Gala: The 30 best gowns of all time

With her pillbox hat, tailored/skirted suits, pearls, sunglasses and classic designer shoes, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy quickly became a world-wide fashion icon.   #fashion #vintage #JacquelineKennedy #photography

First ladies charm us with their refined allure, however there are the chosen ones as Jackie Kennedy who enter the history of fashion with their unique and mass inspiring appearance. Find out more about style icon Jackie O.

Jackie Kennedy and John F. Kennedy at her husband's inaugural ball in 1961.

Jackie Kennedy: A Legacy of Style

VINTAGE ROSE இ> Jacqueline Kennedy in white gown and cape for inaugural ball January 1961


An entry from Some Things Never Change

First Lady ~~~Jacqueline Lee (Bouvier) Kennedy Onassis (commonly known as "Jackie" (July 1929 – May With Her Daughter Caroline Bouvier Kennedy(born November

Knowing when to stop talking....underrated quality"

Jackie Kennedy, one of the classic beauties. First Ladies up to this point, had been older women with no sense of style. Jackie, single-handedly, forever changed the role and style of first ladies. She was one of the first trendsetters of modern times.