FREE STANDARD SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $150*
·No Code neededOffer Details
Free Shipping Over $150*
NO CODE NECESSARY
Jonathanadler.com will offer free shipping on continental US standard ground orders over $150. This offer cannot be applied to previous purchases, gift cards, combined with other offers, or redeemed for cash. Free shipping in the continental US excludes White Glove/Entryway Delivery as well as Express and Expedited shipping methods. Shipping surcharges still apply to all orders shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and US territories. Tax is not included in calculating discount. No promotional code necessary. Automatically applies at cart.
As Jacqueline Susann's seminal novel marks a milestone, we had to reflect on its impact on our culture—and, of course, JA's designs.
"'Valley' hits on all levels," Jonathan says. "The gay canon tends to include tragic heroines, check; outré hair, check; glamour, check. And most importantly, that ineffable thing: camp. Camp is hard to define, but Simon did it best in his book Beautiful People. As soon as you finish reading Valley of the Dolls, go pick up his beautiful tome."
But it is more than just a campy read. The book (and 1967 movie) inspired plenty to indulge beyond pharmaceuticals. The layered luxury and high-wattage Hollywood style feels fabulously today. Do as Ann, Nealy, and Jennifer would have done and add some punchy pops to your abode. We promise it'll be side effect-free.
Jacqueline Susann wrote the novel on a pink typewriter, and according to Whitney Robinson, manager of Susann's estate, she knew the power of image. "Jackie embraced the fashion trends of the time, but it wasn't just about labels,” Robinson says. "Rather, Jackie developed that rarest of things in Hollywood: a signature 'look', which she complemented with cat-eye makeup, false eyelashes, and a super-high, jet black, waterfall hairdo.
Many of the visuals people reference today as Valley of the Dolls are interpretations of Jacqueline Susann's personal style!"