This Mario Testino photograph from the July 1997 issue became iconic. In it, Diana models Victor Edelstein’s pastiche of a man’s tailcoat done in black silk velvet. The edges are bound with black ribbed silk, and there are three buttons, lined with black silk. It was worn in 1989 at the London premiere of the film Dangerous Liaisons.
Designed by Victor Edelstein, lot #30 is this fuchsia pink silk off-the-shoulder gown. The Princess wore this on several occasions. It raised $ 36,800 for Diana's charities. Diana first wore it in November 1990 on a visit to Japan. She also wore it for a 'Help The Hospice' banquet in 1990. Again in 1990 she wore it to a charity dinner in the United States. Sometimes she wore a brooch at the 'V' of the bodice. She was seen in this gown again at the premiere of 'Just Like A Woman' in 1992.
letsgobananas: Reflections Harper’s & Queen, February 1987Photographer: David SeidnerModel: Francine HowellDress by Victor Edelstein
Designed by GIna Fratini for Hartnell, this white chiffon dress with pearlised sequins and beads sold for $85,000 at the auction. It was lot #1 in the auction. The flowing chiffon skirt is classy and sexy at the same time. Diana wore it to a ballet in Rio. 1000+ images about Di dresses on Pinterest | Victor edelstein, Diana and Catherine o'hara
Princess Diana of Wales attends a state banquet in Bonn, Germany in November 1987. She wears a spectacular Victor Edelstein deep blue silk-velvet dinner dress with off-the-shoulder straps and a slight bustle. The Princess also wears, the matching set of jewels presented to her by the Sultan of Oman in 1986. The Spencer family tiara adds an extra touch of sophistication.