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Jackie Kennedy mastered the art of the link.
My mind goes two places when I think of perfect gold chains: my youth in pre-hipster Brooklyn, and the Egyptian galleries at the Met. One brings back fond memories of how gold glistened beneath a Sergio Tacchini tracksuit, the other testifies to ...
 
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The 340-acre oceanfront property, known as Red Gate Farm, is listed for $65 million.
The stunning Martha's Vineyard estate that Jackie Kennedy Onassis called home is currently for sale for $65 million, and the late first lady's daughter, Caroline Kennedy, is overseeing the listing.Jackie purchased the 340-acre oceanfront property, known as Red Gate Farm, in 1979. The ...
 
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The Christina O, once owned by Aristotle Onassis and his wife, is available for charter.
Sun-seeking travelers can channel 1960s glamour and enchantment at sea this summer by chartering one of Valef Yachts’ most legendary liners, the Christina O.In honor of the brand’s 50th anniversary, Valef has announced that the completely refurbished luxury vessel—famously owned by Aristotle Onassis ...
 
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Plus, that time John asked Madonna to dress as Jackie on the cover.
This July will mark 20 years since John F. Kennedy, Jr. and his wife, Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, died in a plane crash. There's a lot to remember about the couple—and high on that list is John's work with George magazine. The publication upended the political publishing ...
 
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She was there for her sister in the weeks after President Kennedy's death.
Following John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963, his widow Jackie was publicly focused on preserving her late husband's legacy. But behind the scenes, the former first lady was leaning on her sister, Lee Radziwill, for support. Radziwill was in London with her husband ...
 
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Watch a sneak peek of the new fashion-focused documentary here.
Jackie Kennedy, perhaps more than any other first lady, issued in the idea that the president's spouse could be an American style icon, setting trends and influencing popular fashion.So it's no surprise that the Kennedy administration is a key topic of a new ...
 
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The handwritten note is up for auction this week.
John and Jackie Kennedy had one of history's more complicated marriages, and this week, a love letter from the future First Lady to her husband offers us a rare look inside their "atypical" relationship.The three-page note, which was written in either 1957 ...
 
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Duchin opens up to T&C about family, music, and working with greats like Ella Fitzgerald.
Peter Duchin appeared on the cover of Town & Country in August 1965, when he and his band had a regular gig at the Maisonette in New York. He had just played Lyndon Johnson’s inauguration, and his next job would turn out to be ...
 
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It was originally built for William Randolph Hearst and is on the market for $135 million.
The legendary Beverly House mansion has officially hit the market for $135 million. Originally owned by publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst, the home was featured in iconic scenes from The Godfather and The Bodyguard, and was the home where JFK and Jackie Kennedy spent their honeymoon. It also ...
 
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A picture-perfect wedding for one of American history's most iconic couples.
There are few first couples that have left behind a legacy as inedible as John F. Kennedy and Jackie Lee Bouvier, and their Rhode Island nuptials on September 12, 1953 are the closest thing Americans have to a royal wedding. Here's a ...
 
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No visit to Athens is complete without a stop at the jeweler that launched T&C U.S. editor-in-chief Stellene Volandes's obsession with jewelry.
Here is how the perfect day begins in Athens. Breakfast and first frappe (a shaken Nescafe iced coffee that is basically, aside from ouzo, the official drink of Greece) of the Grande Bretagne. Second frappe at Zonars down the block. Third frappe ...
 
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After lives marked by glamour and tragedy, the Bouvier sisters embraced their second acts in New York City.
“For the first time, I really feel true to myself,” Lee Radziwill told Judy Klemesrud of the New York Times in a September 1974 interview. Since leaving her marriage to Prince Stanislaw Radziwill, Lee was experiencing a burst of creative activity. Besides going on ...
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