Princess Diana’s Clothes Will Be On Exhibit For Her Death Anniversary

The late Princess Diana was known as the People’s Princess, revered for her kindness and practicality, as well as her outstanding fashion choices.

John Travolta Princess Diana

Some of the most iconic dresses and gowns from her wardrobe will be on exhibit on the 20th anniversary of her death, which will show a comprehensive look at the royal’s style.

“Diana: Her Fashion Story”, hosted in her London residence Kensington Palace, follows her evolution from the demure outfits of her first public appearances to the glamorous gowns in her later years.

Some of the pieces that spectators are looking forward to include the pale pink Emanuel blouse she wore for her engagement portrait in 1981 and the ink blue Victor Edelstein velvet dress she wore when she danced with John Travolta at the White House in 1985, dubbed as the “Travolta” dress. The dress was so iconic that it sold for ¬£250,000 ($310,000) at an auction in 2014.

The show chronicles how Lady Di redefined royal dressing with a more informal style but also expressed her personality through her wardrobe choices. Her elegant-meets-practical style has gained fans from around the world, including the Philippines.

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