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“Even if everyone thought it’d be a dull engagement, we would turn up to see what she was wearing,” said Kent Gavin, the royal photographer for the Daily Mirror. Working with a team at British Vogue, Diana chose clothing that photographed well, in saturated shades and bold patterns. Her dresses offered dimension, with big collars and puffy sleeves, while her hats added texture, festooned with feathers, veils, and bows.


At 5 feet 10 inches tall, Diana was model-like in her stature, at turns demure and dazzling. One moment her chin would be down and to the side, her big blue eyes peering up innocently; the next she would cast a clever smirk. On engagements she would reach into the crowd, enthusiastically embracing strangers. She was expressive, emotional, and available—all the things the royal family had not been. It made for the most amazing pictures.


Diana was just 20 when she married Charles and 36 when she died, rising from a little-known aristocrat to the most famous woman in the world. In that short time she cycled through a series of distinct and emotional sartorial phases. Her early looks were demure and romantic, a young girl in love clad in pretty pastels and lots of ruffles. As her husband wandered and her star rose, Diana’s fashion grew much more daring, with bold colors and big shapes that seemed to scream: Look at me! She shunned fashion as her marriage fell apart; Charles dismissed his wife and her clothes. Her serious and streamlined look centered on blazers and sheath dresses.


After her divorce she emerged anew once again, in sexy short dresses at night and bike shorts at the gym. In the final years of her life, when she wanted the focus to be on her humanitarian work, she auctioned off her gowns and rolled up the sleeves of her button-down shirts.




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