"The dress of revenge", Princess Diana's outfit which gained great fame...
The previous year marked nothing less than the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana of Wales, in addition, on July 1st would have been her 56th birthday only if this beauty was alone to celebrate it. It is well known that the princess was an icon of glamor in the 21st century, and she was always aware of the power that her wardrobe options gave her to convey messages in a clear way, whether to take revenge at a London event or to represent diplomatically to your country on official state visits. In today's article, we focus on one of her most famous dresses and explain the incredible fame that Lady Di acquired with it. Do not miss it!
As in her life, the "fairy-tale princess" style with which Diana was seen did not last too long, and very soon she began to take risks, approaching the limits of fashion by wearing thin dresses that expressed her individuality; That is why every garment chosen by the princess was the object of all eyes. For example, one of the most iconic dresses was one created by Victor Edelstein that Diana used on a state visit to the United States to meet with Ronald and Nancy Reagan. If you want to know more details, do not hesitate to continue your reading...
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On that iconic occasion, Lady Di mentioned to Nancy that her most wanted wish was to meet John Travolta, who had been invited to the event without knowing the reason why. Then, in the middle of the meal, Mrs. Reagan asked Travolta to invite the princess to dance, which she finally accepted. As a result, the two ended up dancing on the track for 30 minutes without stopping; We do not want to think about how Prince Charles would feel ... In short, it may take Diana a while to feel comfortable, but when she gained confidence, her style began to influence the designers themselves.
However, this new feature of fashion was known to be used wisely, and Princess Diana never let herself be led by trends, but instead went the other way. The styles she used, along with all the jewelry used, was influencing little by little on the catwalk, not the other way around. However, in a documentary that was premiered on Channel 4 English, it was revealed that one of the most important and prominent dresses of the princess went unnoticed for a number of reasons. If you want to know what it is, continue reading...
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"The Revenge Dress", in Spanish "the dress of the vengeance", as it was known, was taken by Diana to the summer party of the Serpentine Gallery of 1994 the same day that Prince Charles confessed to having maintained an affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, now the Duchess of Cornwall. The garment, which was made of black silk, had been made by the Greek designer Christina Stambolian and was initially considered too bold until the princess changed her mind at the last minute.
"She thought it was too daring," said designer Stambolian, revealing that she had designed the piece three years before expressly for Diana, but that she felt too nervous to get to use it. In fact, Diana was going to wear a Valentino dress to the party, but she backed off when the fashion house made a press release before the event. "She wanted to look like a million dollars, and she did," said the stylist. "We call that
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"Diana had bought this dress while she was still the Princess of Wales, but she looked too sensual. However, after the separation of Prince Charles, and once his fairy tale crashed ... came out with the most beautiful dress and the highest heels she could find. And who ended up on the first page of all the newspapers the next day? Lady Di in all her splendor concluded the stylist. Of course, she was not going to be the prince...
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