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  • 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.

She'd had quite a severe head injury, but she was very much still alive in the back


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