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In private, even the stylish former U.S. first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis admitted to tiring of the all-black attire long considered chic in New York City."I just love this suit & will wear it everywhere as I am SO sick of everyone constantly in black – like Mediterranean villages where everyone is in mourning for 20 years," she once wrote to Bill Hamilton, then the design director at Carolina Herrera. The handwritten note – accompanied by her own sketch of a suit with a single-breasted jacket – is among a few dozen pieces of Onassis' personal correspondence making a rare appearance at auction Saturday in Florida. Other notes simply express Onassis' appreciation for work done by designers she considered friends.
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