Category Archives: Classic American Style

Classic American Style: Dree Hemingway

Classic American style Dree Hemingway

  Dree Hemingway comes from an American first family in the artistic world. Her personal style comes through as classic American, too. Largely leaning towards masculine tailoring, whitout shying away from traditional feminine pieces and details, her look is effortless, … Read More

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Bruce Springsteen and His Classic American Style

Bruce Springsteen by Eric Meola

Mr. Springsteen knows ageless style (this photo was taken in 1975): relaxed-fit blazer, jeans and aviators.   In fairness, it’s his music that I love about Bruce Springsteen. His concerts are a force of nature and I strongly believe that … Read More

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Classic American Style: Asia Baker

Asia Baker by Claiborne Swanson Frank

  From the very beginning, my intention with this series has been to showcase well-established figures of American style (while trying to stay away from the too obvious choices, like Jackie Kennedy), but also to be open to new, young … Read More

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Classic American Style: Carolyn Bessette Kennedy

Carolyn Bessette Kennedy by Bruce Weber-Vanity Fair Sept  1999

  I have recently read that after she graduated from the University of Boston, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy worked as a salesperson in a Calvin Klein store in Boston and eventually became a publicist at the brand’s headquarters in New York … Read More

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Classic American Style: C.Z. Guest

C.Z.Guest American Style icon

  Today’s Classic American Style feature is about C.Z. Guest’s style, as well as the book C.Z. Guest: American Style Icon, written by Susanna Salk, celebrating her elegance and flair. C.Z. Guest was a lady of high society and a … Read More

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