Princess Diana Fashion Icon
Princess Diana was a great many things, chief among them, she was a fashion icon. As proof of this, the royal fashion appeared on three covers of the major fashion magazine, "Vogue." Most people who are involved in fashion, view "Vogue" as the ultimate guide to all things fashion. Diana was a global icon, and to have a major spread and cover, is definitely as being iconic. In her first cover, it just featured her face, her world-wide famous haircut, and a diamond necklace with diamond earrings. She was wearing very natural makeup, causing the viewer to focus on her jewelry, and her stark blue eyes.
In July 1981, when she married Prince Charles, viewers tuned into to see the couple say their vows, but they also wanted to see the wedding dress that would definitely make Diana, a fashion icon. The wedding dress was designed by Elizabeth and David Emmanuel. The train that would enhance her dress was the longest one of any royal female in wedding history. The dress was copied by designers when women wanted to copy the famous fashion icon's look as they too took their own wedding vows. She looked beautiful in the most elegant dress of the year.
Princess Diana liked to look for various designers as she attended film premieres and charity events. She was one of the most photographed people in the world. Princess Diana was a fashion icon because she paid attention to the smallest style detail. She always looked polished and put together. She took her role as a fashion icon, seriously. She knew the world was following her every move, and it seemed that at least in fashion, there were never any missteps. Elegance and grace were two words that could describe this fashion icon. Her style was always duplicated, but her essence never duplicated.
One of her favorite colors were crimson in which she wore the color in many different ways over the years. She seemed to know the beauty of color, and used it well.
While, her personality always appeared very down to earth. She knew her status called for her to wear many evening gowns. Her gowns were breathtakingly beautiful, and she herself knew how to shine through. Even, she has long left us, her level of influence in fashion, and in many other ways is still strongly felt today.
Princess Diana was a fashion icon for the ages.