With the 20-year anniversary of Princess Diana’s death upon us, interest in her life and legacy is reignited. As the Princess of Whales and beyond, Diana was the world’s biggest style icon. Click through for some of Princess Diana’s most iconic outfits.
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Princess Diana arriving at the at the Serpentine Gallery, London, in a gown by Christina Stambolian in June 1994.
Princess Diana wore a Catherine Walker suit and Philip Somerville hat during her official tour of the Gulf States on March 15, 1989 in Kuwait City, United Arab Emirates.
Princess Diana wore a Bruce Oldfield dress during a visit to Venice, Italy in May 1985.
Princess Diana wore a stunning white gown, described as the “Elvis Dress,” designed by Catherine Walker to the Culture Centre in Hong Kong on Nov. 8, 1989.
Princess Diana arrives at the Serpentine Gallery, London, in June 1995. She is wearing a grey, beaded, halter-neck dress by Catherine Walker.
Princess Diana wore a classic black off-the-shoulder gown by fashion designer Victor Edelstein to an event in Germany on Nov. 2, 1987.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana arriving at a dinner at the British Embassy, Washington D.C. in November 1985. The princess is wearing a cream lace Murray Arbeid gown and the Queen Mary tiara.
Princess Diana wore a Catherine Walker evening dress to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Oct. 18, 1989 in London, England.
Princess Diana wore the Spencer Tiara and a dress designed by the Emanuels at a state banquet in Bahrain.
Princess Diana’s most iconic dress was her wedding dress, designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel. Pictured here, Prince Charles and Princess Diana leaving St Paul's Cathedral in London after their wedding ceremony on July, 29 1981.