Jewelry is the best friend of a women, and it is a truth for any woman, especially those ladies who influenced the Times. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy owned many pieces of jewelry many women dreamed. She said jewelry had an epoch-making significance for herself. In 1996, 559 pieces of luxury diamonds and jewelry were displayed at Sotheby’s auction house, making a hit.
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy was born on July 28th, 1929 in New York, Wife of the 35th President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. She was just 32 years old when she became the First Lady. John Fitzgerald Kennedy wasn’t the President of the United State when they got married. Owing to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, President Kennedy could be the youngest president in the history of the United State. Jacqueline’s elegant image enhanced John F. Kennedy’s public image and taste. During the President election, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy helped Kennedy win a great many votes. After they lived into the White Palace, she promoted the culture about the White Palace and established White Palace Arts Council. She also raised money to decorate it and shot documents in order to show history and architectural style of the White Palace. The title “the First Lady” means the spokesman of the United Stated. The Kennedy would be the only focus every time they appeared. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy added brilliance to his husband’s image in the political circle. President Kennedy satisfied her demands of customized jewelries and high fashion clothes.
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy VS Marilyn Monroe
Young and attractive President Kennedy had quite a few pursuers, and the most famous one is Marilyn Monroe. Facing the affair, Jacqueline Kennedy showed her attitude and standpoint. She didn’t care the sexy lady appeared on President Kennedy’s birthday party. She went traveling with her kids. In the end, Marilyn Monroe “suicided” in her house.
170cm-tall Jacqueline has born model look. She didn’t have perfect face, wide eye span on her a square face, but, Jacqueline was good at the skills of dress matching, and she thought that simple but delicate style embodied a woman’s taste best. The word “Jackie Look” made a hit across the United State during being the First lady. Her exclusive designer Oleg Cassini said that no woman didn’t want to wear the same dress, hairstyle and jewelry as Jacqueline. To today, her looks still are classic and stylish. It was destined such a legendary lady just was a fashion icon.
Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and Her Tiffany
What could make the fashion icon touched? Tiffany! Tiffany was approved by Jacqueline very much. She gave a Tiffany cigarette case in yellow gold to her secretary friend Helen Lempart. President Kennedy knew that Jacqueline’s love for Tiffany, so he expressed his love with Tiffany jewelry. In order to celebrity the birth of their son, President Kennedy ordered Tiffany Two Fruit brooch for his wife although he was busy preparing inauguration ceremony. The two fruits symbolizes their two children. The brooch was the first jewelry designed by Jean Schlumberger. Jacqueline likes it very much, so she wore it several times. In 1962, President Kennedy sent Tiffany Enamel bangles in gold with gemstones as a gift. Jacqueline likes the bangle very much so that she collected the same model in different colors. She often wore several pieces. As time flies, she still liked wearing Tiffany Enamel bangles.