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Princess Diana, Best Looks

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It's safe to say Princess Diana completely revived British fashion for the royal family in the 1990s, even paving the way for Kate Middleton's stylish impact today. Now, some of those incredibly iconic looks are getting their own display at a new exhibit in Kensington Palace.

The Fashion Rules Restyled exhibition—which was first launched several years ago and is now seeing a reincarnation—not only boasts tribute to Princess Diana and her game-changing style, but also to the late Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth II, as they are arguably the three most watched royals of all time.

Princess Diana, Best Looks

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Diana's display will explore how her wardrobe had the power to set trends both at home and abroad and represented a truly modern, revamped royal style that would change the platform of British fashion forever.

The exhibit will include two of the Princess' favorite designers, Bruce Oldfield and Catherine Walker, as well as several of her most-talked about ensembles: the black, velvet Balmoral gown and the green, double-breasted dress that was later made famous by Mario Testino's photographs.

Princess Diana, Fashion Rules Exhibition at Kensington Palace

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Libby Thompson, Historic Royal Palaces curator, said in a statement: "Fashion Rules has proved popular with our visitors, and we're delighted to be able to expand on this theme to celebrate the style evolution of three iconic modern royal women."

She continued, "The new display will delve even deeper into the royal wardrobe, revealing some real surprises that I hope will challenge the way we think of royal style."

The exhibit will officially open on Feb. 11.