“No one else looked like her, spoke like her, wrote like her, or was so original in the way she did things,” commended Ted Kennedy of his former first lady sister-in-law. To be sure, Jacqueline Kennedy was an American original—in her every manner, thought, and approach. She cherished and championed the arts, but few knew …
Harry Benson captures the great Judy Garland in an unscripted moment.
Shooting Halston, Liz, and Liza in a most unexpected location.
Jean Shrimpton, “The Face of the ’60s,” photographed at British Fashion Week.
We look back on fashionable summers past.
Fondly remembering Marylou Whitney, one of society’s preeminent grandes dames.
The youngest daughter of J. Pierpont Morgan overcame her childhood shyness to live a life of uncommon independence, cofounding the Colony Club, New York City’s first social club for women, and hosting a prominent Gilded Age salon.