First lady Jackie Kennedy helped President John F. Kennedy choose the blue design in the 1960s, but President Trump reportedly has something "more American" in mind.
Kim Kardashian appears on the cover of Interview Magazine alongside her daughter North West, 4.
Following in the footsteps of Jackie Kennedy and Kate Middleton, the first daughter seems conscious of coordinating her kids, and herself, in a color scheme.
Some films are tailor-made for sartorial inventiveness. And with others, you color within the lines, which is arguably harder. That’s the case with Jackie, which examines the days following the 1963 assassination of John. F. Kennedy, and shows how his widow — played by Oscar nominee Natalie Portman — created the legacy of Camelot.
What the new occupants of the White House wear in the first few days sets the tone for the next four years of their tenure. The tour kicked off with the traditional wreath-laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, with Melania donning a military-inspired coat. Norisol Ferrari, the daughter of a wounded warrior, designed the custom outerwear, meant to send a strong message of support to U.S. troops.
In recent decades, first ladies have used their influence to champion causes like reducing drug use, increasing breast cancer awareness, or stamping out illiteracy. In the early 19th century, first ladies were expected to be docile, ready to entertain guests and be good wives. In the latter half of the 20th century, they took on a more active role in the life of the nation.
See, for example, Nicole Kidman’s Grace Kelly: Grace of Monaco opened last year’s Cannes Film Festival, but it’s premiering on Lifetime later this month. Naomi Watts said she regretted playing Princess Diana after the move bombed at the box office, and when Katie Holmes took on the role of Jackie Kennedy (twice!), Newsweek—in one of the kinder reviews—wrote that she “doesn't really have the gravitas to pull off the role.” On the other hand, playing the women who’ve shaped history must be irresistible. Kennedy in particular has attracted a long line of women from Holmes to Ginnifer Goodwin, Minka Kelly to Jacqueline Bisset, Kennedy’s accent, style, and yes, gravitas, are oft imitated on screen.
Fashion loves to call animal print a neutral; it really does go with everything. More than that, it makes an outfit.Pair your go-to LBD with a leopard shoe instead of nude and you’re sending a very different message. Come winter, a leopard print coat can be the easiest way to project your style while also staying warm. Related: Kate Middleton Has a Closet Full of Fabulous Coats Take, for example, Aretha Franklin.