Princess Diana sported the most fashionable formal wear to important events. The princess wore fabulous suits and glamorous dresses. Jacques Azagury, Gianni Versace and Valentino were favorites for her evening looks.
The blue and white flecked suit was by Chanel, which was taken over by Karl Lagerfield in 1983. Princess Diana felt this chic and sophisiticated outfit was perfect for her mature style, as a single woman.
Versace made the white evening dress and the purple dress. The white dress had beading by Swarowski, was for a photo shoot in 1997. Diana never wore the purple dress in public, Versace dresses are distinctive for their fitting shape.
Jacques Azagury’s sparkly black evening gown was flattering and luxurious. Princess Diana wore this to celebrate Sir James Goldsmith’s election as a Euro MP.
In addition, Azagury made the blue shift cocktail dress, which Diana wore to the Royal Albert Hall for a performance of Swan Lake. Azagury recalled how the princess took more risks in her style as she got older, in comparison to turning down shorter skirts when she was younger.
The style gallery within “Diana: A Celebration” has many stunning dresses, noteworthy suits and fun casual outfits. Whether you like fashion or history, the exhibit has something everyone will enjoy. Visit the exhibit to see 28 of her designer dresses, suits and evening gowns. Also included are two diamond tiaras and priceless family jewels.
During “Diana: A Celebration,” museum operating hours are Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours on Wednesday until 8 p.m.
Admission to “Diana: A Celebration,” which is optional and includes entry to the Frazier Museum permanent galleries, is $21.50 for adults (ages 15 to 59); $19.50 for seniors (60+) and $10 for children (4 -14), while children 3 and under are free. *Guests can enjoy half price “Diana” admission every Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. Offer good through Wednesday, December 19.
Check out the website to learn more: www.fraziermuseum.org.
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