Jackie Wilson made his singles chart debut; the Beatles played for the Queen; Johnny Nash saw his way clearly to the top of the singles chart; Roxette had another hit in America; and Prince debuted his backing band, The Revolution, Today in Music History.
In 1932, Coco Chanel started a jewelry revolution. Up until then, the designer had shown costume pieces worn with her clothing. But at her exhibit in Paris, "Bijoux de Diamants," she debuted Chanel's first fine jewelry: diamonds set in platinum. And she eschewed the usual jeweler trays in favor of wax busts. To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the exhibit, Chanel has created a new collection of diamonds, pink sapphires, pearls and more, called the 1932 Collection.
1920's bobbed hair-It all started in 1915 with the debut of the Castle Bob, named after the celebrated ballroom dancer Irene Castle. While cutting her hair for convenience, little would she know that she would forever be associated with triggering a revolution in 20th-century hair fashion. The Castle Bob would be the first indication of things to come ¾ the rage of short hair.