#BlackHistoryIn5 : Did You Know Ann Lowe A Woman Of Color Was The Designer Behind Jackie Kennedy’s 1953 Iconic Wedding Dress? πŸ‘°πŸ»πŸ–€

Ann Lowe First Black Noted Fashion Designer

Ann Cole Lowe: The First African American To Become Noted As A Fashion Designer πŸ™ŒπŸΎ

America’s first haute couture designer Ann Lowe although exceptionally talented didn’t get her well deserved recognition during her lifetime, but thankfully, all that is being changed now.

Lowe is now recognized as a pioneering African American couturier with her pieces now preserved in renowned museum collections including the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of the City of New York, and The Museum at FIT.

Ann Lowe retired in 1972. She died at her daughter’s home on February 25, 1981. Her legacy lives on.

A Brief Look At Ann Lowe’s exceptional life:

Ann Lowe: First Black Designer Who Designed Jackie Kennedy's iconic wedding dress
Ann Lowe: The First Noted Black Designer
Ann Lowe: First Black Noted Fashion DesignerAnn Lowe First Black Noted Fashion DesignerAnn Lowe First Black Noted Fashion Designer

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