Designer Naomi Yamamoto played with an abstract print resembling paint splatters and worked it into short cotton dresses, skirts and men’s shirts. Canvas suits, faux furs and a few ruffled silk numbers rounded out the line up.
While when it comes to matters of fashion, most of the focus of "the Kennedy style" has always been on Jacqueline Kennedy, but her husband’s version of New England preppy has been equally influential over the decades. Today, on what would have been his 100th birthday, WWD looks back at JFK's impact on men's style. See link in bio for more.