Diana: The Secrets of Her Style

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GT Pub., 1998 - Design - 159 pages
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The legacies of Princess Diana are myriad: humanitarian, mother, celebrity, friend. Yet another testament to her lasting influence is her unparalleled role as style icon. Diana: The Secrets of Her Style is a sensitive and comprehensive chronicle of Diana's meteoric rise and reign as a fashion star. Lavishly illustrated with 125 photos by the world's top fashion photographers, and with original sketches created exclusively for this book by many of the designers whose clothes she wore, this stunning tribute traces the evolution of Diana from a shy girl to the radiant and dynamic woman admired around the world.

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Contents

FOREWORD
8
A STAR IS BORN
22
THE AMBASSADOR
48
Copyright

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Clehane is a fashion and celebrity journalist.

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