Ron Galella, King of the Paparazzi

Ron Galella, King of the Paparazzi
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Defining a Decade
Roy Halston Frowick, left, a.k.a. Halston, was one of the most famous designers of the 1970s, single-handedly defining the minimalist draped fashions that lit up Studio 54 for a decade. If he designed it, then Bianca Jagger, center, Liza Minelli and every other starlet would wear it. Halston also came up with the legendary and often imitated pillbox hat that Jacqueline Kennedy — as she was then known — wore to JFK's 1961 Inauguration. "You're only as good as the people you dress," said Halston. Which made him very good indeed.

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