A new exhibition at Kensington Palace chronicles Princess Diana's evolving style for the duration of her life just before her tragic death in 1997.
The exhibition, titled "Diana: Her Fashion Story," gives a exclusive appear at Diana's style and features some of her most spectacular outfits.
The dress Diana dubbed her "Elvis dress" will be on show. Diana accessorized the white, sleeveless gown, bonus veren siteler featuring thousands of tiny pearls and sequins, with a matching pearl-encrusted, high-collar jacket. She first wore the Catherine Walker dress to Hong Kong in 1989 and later wore the dress with her favorite tiara, the pearl and diamond Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara.
"Diana: Her Fashion Story" showcases 25 dresses and gowns from Diana's most iconic moments, like the dress she wore to dance with Baymavi John Travolta at the White Home in 1985 and the dress Diana wore when she first appeared in public following her mid-1990s separation from Prince Charles.
The outfits represent Diana's life from her early 20s to the time of her death at age 36.
The exhibition, which is tied to the 20th anniversary of Diana's death, incorporates many dresses from Catherine Walker, one particular of Diana's favourite and most prolific designers. Amongst the dresses by Walker is a floral scoop neck dress Diana wore to a Christie's auction in 1997 the black halter necklace sequined gown Diana donned at Versailles in 1994 and the blush pink suit Diana wore to a children's charity occasion at the Savoy hotel in 1997.
"Diana: Her Style Story" opens at Kensington Palace on Feb. 24. It is organized by Historic Royal Palaces, the charity that oversees exhibitions at Kensington Palace.
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