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Royal fashion rules from the Fifties to the Nineties: How the Queen, Margaret and Diana’s style changed over four decades

Items like this Norman Hartnell gown worn by The Queen for the opening of the New Zealand parliament, during a Commonwealth visit 1963 features

"to Penelope. PULLING MYSELF TOGETHER" by cirque-du-renovatio ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Daniel Hanson, Norman Hartnell and Mimco

We are proud that our new Mayfair home also housed the legendary Norman Hartnell's design atelier. #greatbritishdesign @glennspirojewels

Norman Hartnell

Norman Hartnell standing behind Myrtle Crawford, Margaret Phillips Ball gowns by Norman Hartnell from the London Collections, Vogue mar 1953 © Norman Parkinson

Early '50s Norman Hartnell green taffeta ball gown with strapless boned bodice, a spiral of graduated pleats with flounced graduated hem, and studded overall with copper and silver facetted beads.

Queen Elizabeth's Wedding Photos

Elizabeth chose a duchesse satin long sleeved wedding gown with floral embroidery and crystal and pearl appliques (10,000 pearls to be exact) designed by Norman Hartnell, who cited as his inspiration Botticelli's painting of Primavera. The 13-foot silk train made for quite the entrance. Her veil was topped off with a diamond tiara, made from a necklace given to Queen Victoria as a wedding present.

Norman Hartnell designed this silk organza wedding gown for Princess Margaret. She is also wearing the dramatic Poltimore tiara, which was sold by her children after her death. The wedding took place on May 6, 1960 and it was the first Royal Wedding broadcast on television worldwide.

The Maple Leaf of Canada, worn by Queen Elizabeth II Norman Hartnell, 1957