.LOT 2-- in 1993, Diana
wore this striking costume to the Serpentine Gallery. It sold for $74,000
Diana wiped Charles televised confession of adultery off the front pages with this sexy number. Christina Stambolian designed it for Diana. Its available in exquisite detail) on a Limited Edition Franklin Mint doll. Graeme Mackenzie of Gourock, Scotland bought the dress at the auction.
LOT 3-- This
Gray-blue silk halterneck dress was designed by Catherine Walker. Diana
wore it in 1995 at a gallery opening. $77,300
Sasson design. Black silk dress with satin white cuffs. It sold for $43,700.
Diana wore this off-the shoulder dress to a London Concert at the Barbicon.
By Lorcan-Mullany- Sasoon, the jacket is covered with sequins while a white
satin color and cuffs offers contrast. Sold for $43,700 to Paris Match
Magazine. It was then given away as a prize to some lucky contest
Lot 6--One of
Diana's more famous gowns. Its flowing chiffon, and she wore it with a
matching neck scarf. Designed by Catherine walker, Diana wore it several
times in public. Once at 1997 Cannes film festival and again to a
film opening. Sold for $70,700. It is available on a Franklin Mint Porcelain
doll, Princess Of Elegance.
Lot 10--Catherine Walker designed this short black dress with vertical stripes. Sold for $34,500. Bought by In 1993,Diana only wore it once, to her last state banquet. Designed by Catherine Walker, Terry Jasper who lives in Laguna Niguel, California owns this dress. Her daughter, Julie Jasper-Lakins displays the dress at Charitable events. She informs me the dress is a perfect size 8. After Diana's death, she found she couldnt even try it on.
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