10 Brands Jackie Kennedy Loved
The First Lady adored these fashion designers, makeup brands, and jewelry houses. And you too can enjoy them thanks to their timeless style.
- Oleg Cassini
Because Jackie had to wear clothing by American fashion designers while she was first lady, she formed a close bond with the designer. Cassini crafted many of Jackie's iconic colorful skirt suits — including this red one — that were inspired by European trends.
The former first lady was such a big fan of this handbag and was pictured carrying it so frequently that the company renamed the style the "Jackie" bag.
- François Pinton
The accessory that the style icon is most famous for are undoubtedly her sunglasses. She bought many pairs of her chic oversized shades from the French brand François Pinton, which even designed a style especially for her.
- Joy by Jean Patou
While Jackie wore a few different perfumes over the course of her life, Joy was one of her favorites. The scent is known for having once been the most expensive fragrance in the world, and it is still sold today.
- Tiffany & Co.
The former first lady owned many jewels from Tiffany & Co. She was an especially big fan of the brand's pieces that were designed by Jean Schlumberger and had many of his colorful enamel and gold Criosillon bracelets.
Jackie received a gold Cartier tank watch with a black band from her brother-in-law Stanislas Radziwill in 1963, and it soon became one of her favorite pieces. She sported the timeless watch for decades (it can be spotted on her wrist in this picture), and Cartier still sells a version of the style today.
- Erno Laszlo
Laszlo was Jackie's go-to skin guru, and she used many of his products, including his face oil. While the doctor himself died decades ago, his company still exists and Erno Laszlo products are even sold at Sephora.
Jackie loved these Italian sandals, which she purchased at the brand's store in Capri. She was especially fond of this gold chain link style, which is still made by hand in the company's workshop on the island.
When she needed a dress for formal occasions, Jackie often turned to the designer Valentino Garavani. He crafted some of her most famous looks—including the dress she wore to her second wedding to Aristotle Onasi—and this mint green dress she wore on a trip to Cambodia in 1967.
- Elizabeth Arden
Jackie's makeup artists revealed that she was a fan of Elizabeth Arden's makeup and usually relied on the brand's foundations and pale pink and nude lipsticks.