Princess Diana's Most Iconic Dresses
Ten of Princess Diana's most iconic dresses that her son William persuaded her to part with for charity are set to fetch up to £830,000 at auction. They include the Saturday Night Diva creation that Diana wore when she memorably danced with John Travolta at a White House ball in 1985.
The Victor Edelstein midnight-blue silk velvet outfit became the most famous dress ever worn by Diana and is valued at up to £300,000.
A Catherine Walker sea-green sequined evening gown that Princess Diana wore for a State visit to Austria in 1989 that is tipped to fetch up to £50,000 at auction
The iconic Saturday Night Diva creation that Diana wore when she memorably danced with John Travolta at a White House ball in 1985 is on auction
The Princess wore the Mughal-inspired Catherine Walker pink silk gown by Lord Snowdon in 1997
A Catherine Walker gown that the late Princess wore in 1991 will also be going on auction at Kerry Taylor auction house
This Catherine Walker burgundy outfit, worn to the premiere of 'Steel Magnolias' in aid of the Prince's Trust in 1990 and for the State visit to Korea in 1992, is tipped to fetch £60,000
This Bruce Oldfield black velvet evening gown has an estimate of up to £50,000, she wore it to the gala opening of Les Miserables
The Zandra Rhodes white chiffon cocktail dress, worn to a benefit event at the London Palladium in 1987 is valued at £40,000
A Catherine Walker burgundy crushed velvet evening gown that Princess Diana wore for a State visit to Australia and to the film premiere of 'Back to the Future' in 1985 that is tipped to fetch £50,000 at auction