Even though it was before my time, Princess Diana inspired me in a way.
As much she was known for het kindness, charity and the scandal that surrounded her marriage,
she was also known for her wonderful sense of style that influenced a generation of women, like me.
It's so cute to see the difference from Lady Di's early days when she was sort of shy in her clothing,
untill she went to premieres and parties wearing Versace and Catherine Walker.
As Vogue said: "We remember the style of a true fashion icon". I couldn't agree more.
Princess Diana worked closely with Elizabeth At the UK premiere of James Bond Film
and Daniel Emanuel on the dress, which Octopussy she wore a white asymmetric gown
featured a ruffeled neck, full sleeves and skirt, covered in silver bugle beads, teamed with a
with a 25-foot train. silver clutch bag and matching silver shoes
At a polo match Diana wore a abstract spot Diana shimmered in a Bruce Oldfield gown
full-sleeved blouse with a crisp white skirt. for a fashion show gala in aid of the Dr.
Combined with a black belt and sunnies. Barnado's charity, of which she was president
The Princess chose a white peplum-waisted Diana wore a militairy-style skirt suit by
skirt suit and pearl jewellery to visit the Catherine Walker with a white hat by Graham
Guards Polo Club Smith at the Passing out parade at Sandhurst
Princess Diana chose a white Catherine Walker She wore a pinstripe blazer with a baseball
dress, with pearl and sequins for the British cap and track pants tucked into boots when
Fashion Awards she took Prince Harry to school
With Prince William on her side, she wore a Princess Diana chose an appropriateley
striking contrast houndstooth skirt suit with sort of safari-inspired look to visit the
a wide-brimmed red hat. pyramids in Egypt.
She arrived at a wedding holding hands with Diana wasn't afraid to get a little wet. She chose
her son Harry wearing a green buttoned brown Chelsea boots, black jeans and a water-
skirt suit with matching hat proof jacket for her trip down the waterslide.
Wearing a simple black sweater and pale blue Diana wore a floor-length embellished dress as
skirt, Diana was photographed leaving the Hale she attended the Nina Hyde Centre gala benefit,
Clinic (where she was a regular visitor) alongside Ralph Lauren and Anna Wintour
Princess Diana was wearing a white dress and At her birthday she wore a full-length black
white classic Chanel accessories, she attended the beaded dress with an emerald Queen Mary
auction of her dresses at Christie's in New York choker for the occasion
Vogue paid tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales - who died
in a car crash in August 1997 - with this special issue.
The cover image was taken by Patrick Demarchelier in 1994
Pictures from Vogue.