More than four decades after her tour as first lady, Vanity Fair got its hand on Jackie's "White House secrets" involving smoking, weight, and all those other women.
Years after their tragic death, a glamorous shot of John and Carolyn made the cover, along with promise of a powerful excerpt from an explosive new book.
How can we measure budding-first-lady-icon Carla Bruni? By asking if she's the next Jackie O, of course!
Shortly after her death, VF dedicated its cover to the icon.
While Jackie has graced the front of many issues since she passed, here is one from her prime, according to the cover at least: "You're Rich, You're Gorgeous . . . and Along Came Maurice."
This RFK edition maintained its relevance right there on the cover, promising to discuss "The hope, the tragedy, and why he still matters."
Amy Adams had to share her cover with this headline: "When Jackie Kennedy Fell in Love with the World's Most Famous Woman." It's not as scandalous as you think. The woman was Mona Lisa.
There are so many angles to cover when it comes to Jackie. This issue looked into her loneliest battle, the JFK book she tried to censor, and its tragic legacy.
This January 2005 cover gave another Kennedy some time: Maria Shriver, niece of JFK and Mrs. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
November 2007's issue provided unseen family portraits and diaries from White House insider Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.