The brand also teamed up with Gyles George, who created another one of Princess Di’s iconic sweaters: the soft pink “I’m a Luxury . . .” sweater. The royal famously wore the sweater while pushing her sons, Prince Harry and William on a swing.
The sweater is available for the first time since the ’90s and is being produced as an official, exclusive collaboration between Gyles George and Rowing Blazers. The best part about this sweater? The back says, “Few Can Afford.” If that doesn’t make you want to buy the sweater, IDK what will.
Listen up, Princess Diana’s iconic black sheep sweater is being re-released. Rowing Blazers’ released its Fall/Winter collection and there are two special nods to the royal. The brand is releasing the red sheep-printed red sweater with the original designers behind the look, Joanna Osborne and Sally Muir of Warm Wonderful.
Princess Diana wore the sweater in 1979 and many speculated that the lone black sheep on the front signified Princess Di felt like an outsider in the royal family.
Both of the stylish sweaters are available in men’s and women’s sizing for $295, which is little on the higher side. As for sizing, they are available from XS-XXXL, but some of the sizes are already selling out, to no one’s surprise. Keep ready to see photos of Princess Diana wearing the famous black sheep jumper and shop the pieces if you want to feel like a royal ahead.
Kristen Stewart Stuns in a Spot-On Replica of Princess Diana’s Famous Wedding Dress
The Princess is here! In the trailer for the highly anticipated Princess Diana biopic, Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart, we got a glimpse of the actress portraying the late royal on her wedding day around the 1:53 mark.
While the movie, which arrives in theaters Nov. 5, focuses on one pivotal weekend in Princess Diana’s life – the Christmas holiday where she decided to leave Prince Charles – the clips of her in the wedding dress are likely from a flashback.
Of course, it is not the original dress that Princess Di wore on July 29, 1981, designed by Elizabeth and David Emanuel, but it is a spot-on replication created by costume designer Jacqueline Durran for the Pablo Larraín film.
Kristen’s iconic dress in the trailer features pouf sleeves with lace ruffles, a scalloped neckline with a lace trim, and a breathtaking veil duplicating that of the late Princess’s. The vintage fashion gods are bowing down! Watch the trailer for Spencer above to see Kristen stun as Princess Diana, and see photos of the late royal from her wedding day ahead.