A Princess Diana dress exhibit has just been announced for Kensington Palace in London. The exhibit, which is called “Diana,” will feature some of the late icon’s most famous fashion pieces, including the Emmanuel gown she wore on her first public outing with Prince Charles.
Other fashion that will be displayed includes a Versace shift dress, a Bellville Sassoon Lorcan Mullany cocktail dress and two dresses from Catherine Walker. Interior designer Finola Inger will design the exhibit’s set, while Julie Verhoeven will contribute couture wallpaper that honors Princess Diana.
“Diana” will open on March 26, 2012; Fashionista reports that the Princess Diana dress exhibit is part of $19 million in renovations of historic spots throughout London ahead of the Olympic Games and Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.
Princess Diana will always be remembered as a fashion icon. Do you think Kate Middleton will leave behind a similar legacy one day?