First Look: Inside the Princess Diana Exhibition

'Diana: Her Fashion Story' opens at Kensington Palace, London, this week. Here, we look at some of the Princess' famous outfits featured in the exhibit

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An evening dress by Catherine Walker made of white silk crepe and embroidered with sequins, worn by Diana, Princess of Wales on an official visit to South Africa in 1986. Picture / AP

An evening dress by Catherine Walker made of green sequins, worn by Diana on an official visit to Austria 1986. Picture / AP

A Victor Edelstein dress in midnight blue silk velvet, worn by Diana at a state dinner at the White House in 1985. Picture / AP

A detail of a dress by Bruce Oldfield made from satin and lace, worn by Diana in 1990 at the Courtauld Institute of Art and at a state banquet at Buckingham Palace in 1991. Picture / AP

A red day suit designed by Caroline Walker, worn by Diana in 1996 when she launched a HIV/Aids Charity London Lighthouse appeal. Picture / AP

A detail of a Versace ice blue silk gown with beading, worn by Diana in 1991 for a Bazaar magazine shoot with photographer Partick Demarchelier. Picture / AP

An evening dress by Catherine Walker made of white silk crepe and a sequin and pearl embroidered jacket, worn by Diana on an official visit to Hong Kong 1989. Picture / AP

A burgundy silk velvet evening dress by Catherine Walker worn by Diana in 1990 at a film premiere and on an official visit to South Korea in 1992. Picture / AP

An evening dress by Catherine Walker worn by Diana in 1987 on an official visit to Germany. Picture / AP


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