Joan’s style | “(1966) She is glamorous. She is a fashion plate. She does compare and is a sort of fashion successor to Jackie Kennedy. “Often when I have to go somewhere in a hurry, I set my own hair”, she says. She rolls it up and wraps it in a scarf. But whatever she does with it, on her it looks good.
As for being a clotheshorse, Joan laughs and says : “I don’t have a tremendous amount of clothes. I have a few favorite outfits that I wear all the time. Anyone who knows me sees me in the same dress over and over. I wear an outfit a long time and when it begins to wear out, I like to have it copied in a different fabric or color”. But it is true that Joan has started to design some of her clothes, just as Jackie did when she was a senator’s wife. “Shopping is a luxury in time that I can’t afford. But I love to browse”.
October 15, 1980: Tear rolls down the cheek of Joan Kennedy, wife of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, as she and the senator joined President Jimmy Carter during his campaign session at the Christopher Columbus Community Center in Boston’s North End section 10/15. UPI photographer Darryl Heikes said the brief moment occurred when someone asked her husband about 1984.
Joan Kennedy, the wife of Senator Ted Kennedy, attends one of the social events held before the inauguration of President Jimmy Carter in 1977.
April 13, 1967: Douglas Harriman Kennedy, 10th child born to Senator and Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy, sleeps through his first session with news photographers today. Picture was made as he left the hospital where he was born one month prematurely on March 24. The infant weighed five pounds, four ounces at birth, and was named after Douglas Dillon, former Secretary of the Treasury and Ambassador Averell Harriman.
Robert F. Kennedy and wife Ethel Kennedy sit on the bank of Tampa River during their early July three day float down the Tampa and Green Rivers to Dinosaur National Monument.
1961: First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy
Mrs. John F. Kennedy with John D. Rockefeller III, arrives at the opening of the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center.