We have always been drawn to the individuality of three distinctive and iconic royal women, HM The Queen, Princess Margaret and Princess Diana. Having recently featured Princess Margaret’s legendary home, the ‘Mustique’ in our Dames in their Drawing Room series, an exhibition ‘Fashion Rules Restyled’ at Kensington Palace now takes us into the wardrobes of these three royal women, allowing us to explore the ‘rules’ defined by their royal duties in which the pieces were required to adhere to. From the ‘New Look’ glamour of Princess Margaret in the 1950s, the elegance of HM The Queen in the 1970s, and the tailored drama of outfits created for Princess Diana in the early 1990s, the exhibition will beautifully give us a glimpse into how these women navigated the ‘rules’ during their era, in their own unique styles.
Exhibition shows at the Kensington Palace
Ends 31st December, 2016
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