Designed by Catherine Walker. Gray halter neck dress embroidered in a scroll pattern with glass beads. Diana wore this short, halter dress in 1995 at a gallery opening. $77,300.00 Originally purchased by Fashion Cafe. Displayed at their flagship restaurant (behind glass) in NY. Also displayed in Milan and London.
Designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, this pale blue tulle ballgown adorned with pearlized sequins with pink sash and bodice bow was first worn by Diana with the Spencer tiara in Australia in 1983. She wore it again on the same tour in Wellington, New Zealand. In 1985 Diana wore this dress to Cardiff, Wales. Lot #23, this gown raised $ 27,600 for Diana's charities.
THAT GORGEOUS JEWELLED VERSACE GOWN WORN BY PRINCESS DIANA FOR A PHOTO SHOOT IN 1991 SELLS IN THE USA FOR $200,000!!
by Catherine Walker. Pink satin with white raw silk on collar and cuffs. Diana's wore this dress to the in 1987 and on an official visit to Germany also in 1987, in 1988 to a film premier, for a dinner for the President of Turkey in 1988 and to a formal banquet for the President of India in 1990. Diana also chose this gown for an official portrait with Prince Charles. $28,750.00 Purchased by Melissa Downey Scripps, St. Marten, British Virgin Islands
Designed by Catherine Walker, this pale blue and gray chiffon gown has a high cut bodice embroidered with simulated pearls and glass beads. Diana wore this gown on May 6, 1992 to a reception at Spencer House as patron of the London City Ballet. Lot #70 raised $ 36,800.00 for Diana's charities.
Designed by Catherine Walker, this bois de rose strapless taffeta evening gown, was worn by Diana to a bi-centennial dinner dance in Melbourne, Australia on January 27, 1988 where she danced the famous “dance in Oz” with Charles. She wore it again in 1991 to the Canadian premiere of Crocodile Dundee II. This gown is lot #8 and it raised $ 50,600 for Diana's charities. The dress is owned by Suzanne King of Texas, and it is now on long-term loan to Kennsington Palace.