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The iconic wedding dress that Princess Diana wore when she married Prince Charles in 1981 is on display at Kensington Palace with the exhibition titled “Royal Style In The Making”.
The wedding dress, which will be exhibited at Kensington Orangery from June 3, 2021 to January 2, 2022, belongs to designer Elizabeth Emanuel and made royal history with its 25-metre long tail. Paul's Cathedral covered the aisle.
This iconic wedding dress, which draws attention with its frock, round and decorated neckline, stands out as one of the most admired wedding dresses in the history of fashion. Originally designed with lace that belonged to Mary, the queen's grandmother, the wedding dress features ruffle details with voluminous puff sleeves and a fitted bodice, a signature of the time.
“Our summer exhibition at Kensington Palace will shed light on some of the greatest talents in British design, whose work was instrumental in shaping the visual identity of the royal family throughout the 20th century.” – Exhibition curator Matthew Storey
The exhibition features not only iconic wedding dresses, but also never-before-seen archival pieces from British royal history, including bridal gowns and dresses.
The 18th-century wedding dress designed for Princess Margaret by Oliver Messel, best known for her work on theater productions, is one of the rarest pieces in the exhibition. Sparkling blue and gold dress with lace trim and bodice, Messel's
It is displayed next to the original sketch.
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