For any designer, designing the wedding dress to be worn by Jacqueline Bouvier, future First Lady of the United States, for her marriage to John F. Kennedy would be a lifetime achievement. For Ann Lowe, it became a statement. The iconic gown would become the most photographed wedding gown in American history proving that (in Ann's own words), "a Negro can become a major dress designer."
Years earlier, as the sun rose on the morning of Ann's birth, no one in the small town of Clayton, Alabama could have dreamed of the heights she ...
Genre: Arts & Photography
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