Color - Simply RED
René Gruau: 'Paris, City of Lights' - one of a series of haute couture Illustrations commissioned by Fleur Cowles for Flair magazine, circa 1950.
Jennifer Lopez by Mert & Marcus
DB: When did you realize you were a comedian or enjoyed comedy? BW: At the breakfast table at home. I was an only child, and my mom and dad had a wonderful, wonderful sense of humor. We laughed a lot. When I found out I couldn’t be a forest ranger, because girls couldn’t be forest rangers at that point, I decided I wanted to be in show business.
Star Power11 of 15Fresh from an acting career in Los Angeles, Nancy Reagan brought a touch of Hollywood style into the White House. Wadlington says that Reagan frequently wore graceful and elegant creations by her favorite designers, Oscar de la Renta and Bill Blass, typically in her trademark color, which became known as Nancy Reagan Red.
The First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy prepares for her televised tour of the restored White House ~ February 14, 1962. Although it was broadcast in black and white, she wore this vivid red dress.