If the huge success of Kate Middleton's recent palace exhibit showcasing her wedding dress is any indicator, you'd better start booking your trip to London now if you want to check out a few of the late Princess Diana's most celebrated gowns.
Kensington Palace is set to unveil a display next year featuring five pieces from Princess Diana's famous wardrobe, including three of which have not been previously exhibited in the country, WWD is reporting.
The highlight of the show will reportedly be the black, silk taffeta Emanuel gown she wore to her first official engagement with Prince Charles in 1981 -- the dress that first cemented her fashionista status. The other dresses on display are a fuchsia, silk chiffon sari-style dress and an ivory, silk crepe dinner dress (both by Catherine Walker), a black-and-white cocktail dress by Bellville Sassoon Lorcan Mullany and a black, silk shift dress by Versace.
The exhibit, which will simply be called "Diana," is set to launch at Kensington Palace March 26.