Diana Style

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Aurum, 2007 - Princesses - 240 pages
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Diana was the world's most photographed woman in the 1980s and 90s. Her everyutfit was scrutinized, criticised, admired and endlessly copied, her everyashion choice enormously influential. But it was only towards the end of herife that she found her own, true style and the panache and confidence tolaunt it. How did the shy, Sloane nanny in a chiffon skirt become a rockhick fashion icon who kicked into touch the concept of frosty aristocraticauteur, while remaining demure and striking in Versace, Walker, Edelstein,hoo and Blahnik? What were her influences? Who were the designers thatressed her? What were the outfits that made her? And how was her dress aeflection of her times? Here, Colin McDowell has written a definitive,ell-researched and intelligent book on Diana and her influence on society,ttitudes and fashion. Lavishly illustrated throughout with rare and strikingmages, and exquisitely designed, "Diana Style" is the natural follow up tohe international bestseller, "Audrey Style".

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Contents

Foreword by Manolo Blahnik
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Creating a Style 66 CD
A Style of Her Own 108
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About the author (2007)

Colin McDowell is the Sunday Times senior fashion writer, Creative Director of Fashion Fringe, and Artistic Director of the Edinburgh Fashion Festival.

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