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How Much Did Princess Diana’s Dresses Sell For? (Photos)

There was a very big auction for fashionistas and royal lovers on Tuesday in London. A collection of gowns worn by the one and only Princess Diana were auctioned off, bringing in a stunning $1.2 million dollars. There were some great pieces up for auction, the highest price was paid for the glamorous gown Princess Di wore when she famously danced with John Travolta at the White House. Check out what the dresses sold for right here:


  • Sold for $75,000 1 of 7
    Sold for $75,000
    This dress by Catherine Walker was worn by Princess Di to a state visit to Korera in 1992.
  • Sold for $118,000 2 of 7
    Sold for $118,000
    This Catherine Walker pink sequinned gown was worn at the ball given by President Collor on a visit to Brazil in 1991.
  • Sold for $72,000 3 of 7
    Sold for $72,000
    This Zandra Rhodes dress was worn by Princess Di to London Palladium in 1987.
  • Sold for $163,153 4 of 7
    Sold for $163,153
    Princess Diana wore this beaded black velvet gown by Catherine Walker for a Vanity Fair photo shoot.
  • Sold for $135,961 5 of 7
    Sold for $135,961
    This sequined number was taken to a trip to Australia by the Princess.
  • Sold for $100,000 6 of 7
    Sold for $100,000
    This Catherine Walker outfit was worn to a trip to India.
  • Sold for $360,000 7 of 7
    Sold for $360,000
    This Victor Edelstein has become an iconic dress for Princess Di. She wore this when she famously danced with John Travolta at the White House.
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Source: The Guardian
Photo Source: PacificCoastNews.com

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