Princess Diana‘s iconic style choices are still being recognized almost 20 years after death!
The Fashion Rules Restyled exhibition in will honor the late royal and her unforgettable style beginning on Thursday, Feb. 11. The display — housed in Kensington Palace — will specifically focus on how Diana’s bold fashion ensembles helped set trends in both England and beyond.
The show — which will also pay tribute to British style icons Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth II — will feature pieces created by two of Diana’s favorite designers, Bruce Oldfield and Catherine Walker, according to E! News.
One of Princess Diana’s dresses on display.
“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,” Libby Thompson, Historic Royal Palaces curator, said in a statement.
“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,” she continued.