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    AMERICAN ROYALTY: John F. Kennedy Jr. MORE at: #JFK #JFKJr #JohnFKennedyJunior #JackieKennedy #ClubFashionista

  • Susan Smith

    John F. Kennedy, Jr., and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy (in a pearl-colored silk crepe gown by Narciso Rodriguez) on Cumberland Island, off the coast of Georgia, in 1996

  • Shideh

    John John Kennedy & Carolyn Bessette. She will always be remembered for her understated, minimalist style, and her wedding gown was no exception. Designed by Narciso Rodriguez, then a virtually unknown upstart — set the bar for simple, elegant bridalwear.

  • Elena Gray

    honestly, what i think of when i think of my wedding. small. rustic. one of my all time favorite wedding dresses! ----- JFK jr & Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, dress by Narciso Rodriguez, photo by Denis Reggie 1996

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