When Mario Testino met Princess Diana

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“She was in a different moment in her life, and I was looking for something in here that I hadn’t seen before. I wasn’t interested in what I already knew” said the renowned photographer of Lady D’s most iconic photographs ever. “She had just lost the title of ‘Her Royal Highness,’ she wanted a new life, and was selling all her princess dresses,” explained the photographer, adding “The cover dress was a Versace design created for that photo shoot. There was the new Diana, she didn’t have anything to do with the image of the world’s most-photographed woman.”

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Own a piece of history made of wool


Named after Major General James Thomas Brudenell, the 7th Earl of Cardigan, this piece of clothing has a history of its own. “When Great Britain and Russia quarreled over the remnants of the Ottoman Empire in the mid-19th century, troops wore a woolen garment similar to today’s cardigan sweater to stay warm says Christopher Discipio of the cardigan’s eternally stylish and versatile place in history and fashion. So pick your favourite one and fight for your right. Grey cashmere shawl neck cardigan by Etro . – Available at Luisa World Kolonaki. read more