Princess Diana had a flair for fashion. More
Some of you younger folk may not remember this, but Perez Hilton used to be a very different sort of lad. Now he pretty much posts the same content as the rest of the pop culture blogs, but for a while he was quite the trailblazer, and not always in the most positive ways. More
Who’s more qualified to dress a fake Princess Diana than someone who dressed the real one? Her favorite designer worked on the costumes for the new biopic starring Naomi Watts. More
Princess Diana might not be alive anymore, but that doesn’t mean she can’t move some magazines. More
I know there will surely be more trailers Diana, but I’m a little disappointed we don’t get to see more of Naomi Watts’ acting chops in this first one.
Watch the trailer now for yourself, plus see more video picks from The Gloss! More
I know we get scandalized whenever Kate Middleton wears anything less than a tunic anyplace but Princess Diana was apparently dressing up in drag to go to gay bars with Freddie Mercury. Princess Diana for the win! More
Ever wonder what it would be like to have a gown whose previous owner was actually royalty? For a lucky (or rather, extremely wealthy) few, this became a reality when one of modern history’s most beloved icons had her dresses auctioned off. Considering they received a total of $1.2 million in total, I’d say they’re worth giving a glance or two.
Which is your favorite/would you spend several thousand dollars for if you had it? More
Why was this photo of Princess Diana not to be published? More
To be fair, I myself had bangs for a long time, so I understand the impulse. Except my impulse stemmed half from a break-up and half from watching The Devil Wears Prada so maybe I wasn’t JUST MAKING BAD DECISIONS. Not like Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. With her new dumb bangs.
You don’t get the title “The People’s Princess” for nothing. More
Ann Coulter just did. Of course she did. Now, let’s break this down a bit. What did Ann say, exactly? More
Okay, it’s time for another poll where only one lady emerges victorious. More
I’ll give you a clue: it had a 25 foot train!
Princess Diana at St Paul Cathedral in London, July 29 1981.