Sister of the Groom
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Sister of the Groom

Sister of the Groom on November 8, 2020, Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra were married for 69 years, wearing a pink Sister of the Groom and gray satin dress with a halter neckline. The suit’s creator was Howard Greer, but her girlfriend omitted that detail from her boyfriend because Greer was friends with Gardner’s ex, Howard Hugues. 49 years and six days ago, Sonia McMahon, the wife of the Australian prime minister at the time, attended a state dinner given by Richard Nixon in a provocative white robe that revealed a strategic strip of skin from the arms, legs and torso. It was the work of Melbourne dressmaker Victoria Cascajo and created such a sensation in Australia that it was known for a time as “that dress” and is preserved as a historical document in the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney.

That’s the kind of ephemeris you learn by following the Worn on This Day account, run by fashion historian Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell for three years. Worn can also be seen on Instagram and Facebook, but Twitter was her original home and it is especially recommended to follow her there, because it has a much-needed oxygenating effect on any timeline. When the news and the algorithm have condemned us to spend several minutes lowering the cursor and consuming controversies of different degrees, generating tension and anger (and boredom too, why deny it, when seeing the same meme six times, three times the same attempt at joke), then one runs into the fad anniversary of the day and the effect is enormously soothing.

Duration: 92 min