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Diana, a musical, began previews on Broadway in the spring of 2020, a big, bold production dramatizing her royal life and troubled marriage. Fashion was a massive through line of the production. There were roughly three dozen costume changes for Diana’s character, more than double what a typical Broadway leading lady would have. Two songs were focused on the power she derived from her wardrobe. “She used fashion in so many ways, and so many theatrical ways, that we couldn’t resist,” said Joe DiPietro, who wrote the book and cowrote the lyrics. “Fashion didn’t use her, she used fashion.” One of the numbers was devoted to the aforementioned revenge dress, a crowning example of Diana’s style savvy. “She really was the first great social media influencer, manipulator,” DiPietro said. “I always think if she had lived, can you imagine what she would be like on Instagram?”
From HRH: So Many Thoughts on Royal Style by Elizabeth Holmes. Copyright (c) 2020 by the author and reprinted by permission of Celadon Books.
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