A celebration of the Princess of Wales, her love of fashion and life, and her everlasting influence on culture, celebrity and style.
Diana: Style Icon charts her fashion evolution through fifty looks – from ruffles to polka dots, from dreamy red-carpet classics to off-duty looks (including the now iconic pink Converse), and her confident, considered "revenge look", emerged after the break-up of her marriage.
The books showcases legendary designers such as Chanel, Dior, Versace, Ferragamo, and Conran, and includes more exclusive ones, such as Bruce Oldfield, Catherine Walker, Christina Stambolian, Atelier Emanuel, who designed the unforgettable wedding dress.
Tastefully and elegantly illustrated throughout, this volume is a must-have for admirers of Lady Diana, fashion historians and fans of fashion illustration.
About the Author
Dan Jones is a writer and editor living in London. Formerly the shopping editor at i-D magazine, Time Out's Style editor and Senior Men's Editor at ASOS, he's an expert in style, grooming and booze. He is the author of a number of books including The Mixer's Manual, Man Made and Gin: Shake, Muddle, Stir.