Diana, Princess of Wales at her most beautiful: the last portrait session by Mario Testino
Just five months before her tragic death in August 1997, Princess Diana was photographed by Mario Testino for Vanity Fair. Diana, Princess of Wales by Mario Testino at Kensington Palace brings together the most beautiful images from this last portrait sitting, displaying Diana in a state of relaxation and intimacy unlike any other. The selection of about seventy photographs includes many unseen images which, alongside previously published images, fill in the untold story of the shoot.
- Foreword by Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair
- Introduction by Meredith Etherington-Smith, who played a major role in arranging the sitting in 1997
- Interview with Mario Testino conducted by Hamish Bowles
Candid, tender, poignant, provocative-the photographs by Mario Testino in Diana, Princess of Wales at Kensington Palace allow readers an entree into the private world of a beloved icon where an uncensored view - of a woman who influenced the world - is on display.
This book is being launched to coincide with an exhibition at Kensington Palace, opening in November 2005.
About the photographer:
Peruvian-born Mario Testino travels extensively shooting for Vanity Fair, American, British, and French Vogue. Other clients include Burberry, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana and Michael Kors. His solo exhibitions have shown in galleries worldwide, and his work is held in the permanent collections of the National Portrait Gallery and V&A Museum in London, and others. He holds the Medalha Tiradentes, the state of Rio de Janeiro's highest award.
Издание на английском, французском и немецком языках.