字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 She'd had quite a severe head injury, but she was very much still alive in the back seat, and those people that caused the accident instead of helping were taking photographs of her dying on the back seat. That's despicable. So hard to hear Prince Harry opening up about the death of his mother Princess Diana in the two-hour documentary "Diana Seven Days" airing September 1st on NBC. And hard to believe that August 31st will mark the 20th anniversary of her passing, and a lot is made of her flawless style, Natalie. What she wore always made headlines and charting her every fashion choice friend and journalist Tina brown. Talk about Diana's style. When Diana came into our consciousness, she was very much the Sloan ranger, the girl from Sloan square who wore little Peter pan collars and cardigans and flat shoes. Former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown first met her friend Diana then known as Shy DI around the time she got engaged to Prince Charles. Just 19 years old and living in London's Sloan neighborhood Diana's style was not as sophisticated as it would become but Tina said even back then she made an impact. Her country girl look created a whole fashion line. In London when I was in my 20s, we were all dressing like Diana in the cardigans and skirts and little, you know, strands of pearls. Today the world remains fascinated by Diana's style, so it's hard to believe in her early years she was not very interested in fashion. "People" style and beauty director Andrea Lavinthal reveals Diana wasn't quite prepared to be the royal fiancée. She apparently only had three outfits in her closet and had to borrow clothes from her friends which is kind of crazy when had you think about what she became. Diana's wedding dress embodied the frilly style she favored in those years featuring 10,000 pearls and a 25-foot train. It was designed by Elizabeth Emanuel and her husband David. She tried things on, and eventually she settled on one shape that looked really good on her with a tight waist, frills, that was the look then with the big puffy sleeves and the big skirt. And then she went through the '80s and became the look was what they called Dynasty DI where she became big shoulders and big hair. As her confidence grew during the mid-'80s Diana made bolder fashion choices. In fact, the Victor Edelstein dress she wore to a white house state dinner in 1985, the one when she famously danced with John Travolta was considered a departure from her usual safe style. It wasn't until the mid-'90s that Diana found her style. She traded her style trading the over the-top '80s ensembles for minimal and more sleeker looks. Happy birthday. Really around her divorce from Charles is when she just looked her most beautiful, her most elegant, her most confident, really her sexiest, too. But Diana was more than just her glamorous wardrobe. Throughout the years Diana developed what she called a Carrie wardrobe which she wore while visiting with children or the elderly. She would do a lot of bright colors, things that felt very cheerful. She was very careful in the to wear a hat because she said you couldn't cuddle with somebody if you had a hat on, and she even said when she went to visit children she would wear chunky jewelry so they would have something to play with. One of Diana's famous fashion moments came two months before her death when she auctioned off 79 of her dresses to benefit charities for cancer and AIDS research. Tina had lunch with Diana at the time of the auction and as she writes in the forward to "Remembering Diana." She wanted to get rid of all of those clothes, the massively overdone '80s stuff and '90s stuff. She real wanted to kind of divest and instead go for something very simple and that's real who she was. She was at her most beautiful when she was at her most simple. So many memorable moments, but tomorrow we'll have more on Diana's style and her ten most memorable looks. It will be hard to choose.