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The Lady Di Look Book: What Diana Was Trying to Tell Us Through Her Clothes

Eloise Moran

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A gorgeous (and witty) celebration of Princess Diana as inspiring fashion icon from Eloise Moran, LA-based fashion writer and creator of the instagram phenomenon @ladydirevengelooks

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Fashion writer Eloise Moran has studied thousands of pictures of Princess Diana over the past few years. Looking carefully at Diana's clothes, she discovered that behind each outfit lies a carefully crafted strategy. What Lady Di couldn't express verbally, she seemed to express through her clothes.

With The Lady Di Look Book Eloise Moran takes us on a photographic journey celebrating Princess Diana's fashion choices over the years. From the pink gingham pants and pastel-yellow overalls of a sacrificial lamb - to the sexy Versace mini dresses, power suits, and cycling shorts of a free woman; this is an interpretation of Diana's most show stopping eighties and early nineties outfits and of course, her most fearless post-divorce revenge looks. Whether it's '80s cottagecore Diana, androgynous bow-tie Diana, little black dress Diana, or athleisure Diana - there is a look for everyone.

Full of wit and humour, The Lady Di Look Book illuminates what a bold, and inspiring fashion icon Diana really was and shows that there's a bit of Diana in all of us.

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Eloise Moran

Eloise Moran is a London-born, Los Angeles-based fashion writer and creator of the Instagram account @ladydirevengelooks, which currently has 105K followers. The account has been featured in The New Yorker, The LA Times, and The Telegraph, where Eloise was credited with introducing the Instagram generation to Diana's revenge dressing ways. Moran is a fashion writer and marketing strategist, and was the UK contributing editor for luxury fashion brand Opening Ceremony. She lives in East LA with her most prized possession: an original Virgin Atlantic Sweatshirt which was seen on Lady Diana herself.

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