Diana Fashion and Style Paperback
Edited by Clare Murphy
From shy Sloane Ranger to sophisticated celebrity this celebrates the development of Diana, Princess of Wales' style with beautiful full-colour illustrations and an authoritative text by Kensington Palace curators.
The large-format presentation of this book truly showcases the ensembles at their stunning best.
Specially featured are the dresses worn by the Princess in what was to be her last official portrait photography session; the images taken at this event by world-famous photographer Mario Testino are the subject of a major exhibition at Kensington Palace.
The book charts how the Princess' fashion choices caught the imagination of a generation.
Look at the designers chosen by the Princess and her special relationship with some of them; see the outfits worn by her at a variety of functions and the reaction of the press and the public.
Discover how the rules of royal dress codes were followed or interpreted by Diana; how official photographs present a particular image of the Royal Family; the pressure of the paparazzi on public figures.
Elegant. Sassy. This is a timelessly classic style with a modern twist. No one before or since has had such an impact and a long-lasting influence on the world of fashion.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 128 pages, 82 colour images, 4 b/w images
- Publisher: The History Press Ltd
- Publication Date: 29/02/2004
- Category: Fashion design & theory
- ISBN: 9781841651774