From March until early November of this year, Kensington Palace was home to some wonderful color, and furrylittlegnome got to view it firsthand. An exhibit titled “Diana: Glimpses of a Modern Dress” showcased some of the late Princess of Wales’s most popular dresses, but what was most astonishing was the hallway leading into the dark room that housed the exhibit in the palace that she called home.
Julie Verhoeven, a British fashion illustrator created the sketches of Diana from popular photographs of her adult life. The sketches were then made into wallpaper by Cole & Son – British manufacturers of hand printed wallpaper who have the Queen’s seal of approval. Enjoy!
Taken in May of 1981, this famous photo of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles in the countryside – just months before their wedding.
Their July 29, 1981 wedding is still one of the most watched events on television!
It was the summer of 1982, and the young princess had given birth to her first son.
Finally, that infamous Martio Testino photo for Vanity Fair in 1997-
That 1981 era sweater is faboo.
oh very nice! i like these sketches!
They look brilliant in person!
yes! wonderful works~