Long before the Middletons, there were two sisters who captivated the world with their glamorous lives and elegant style. The Bouvier sisters, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwill were famous for their trademark brunette locks, slim figures and classic, tailored style. Their style epitomized the East Coast's upper class, with their town and country sensibility - equally comfortable in glamorous ballgowns and riding boots with jodhpurs. Their glamorous social calendars and frequent jet-setting drew international attention and many admiring fans of their fashion sense which was copied by women worldwide and influenced mass manufacturers and the fashion scene of the era. It's quite remarkable how much this influence continues today and easily some of these looks would fit in even fifty years later. A excellent example of enduring, classic style.