Princess Diana wore this classic formal dinner dress made of ivory silk crepe to a state banquet for the King and Queen of Malaysia in 1993.
WAC officer in the winter off-duty dress (1944-1951), a grayish-pink wool fabric. Enlisted women also wore this dress. http://www.history.army.mil/books/wac/appendix-d.htm
Catherine Walker (fashion designer) Catherine Walker (27 June 1945 – 23 September 2010) was a French born fashion designer based in London. Born as Catherine Marguerite Marie-Therese Baheux in the Pas-de-Calais, France, she was noted for having supplied over 1,000 outfits for Diana Princess of Wales who was buried in a black dress designed by Walker. 1999 Catherine Walker in her studio
Capt. Charles C. Campbell stands tall in his "Tropical Worsted" or "TW" uniform. This uniform was named after the lightweight wool weave made with worsted yarns, called "tropical worsted," that was also used to make "Palm Beach" civilian suits during the 1940s and '50s. The uniform was renamed the "Army Tan Uniform" in 1959. However, it was commonly referred to as "TW" throughout its use, which lasted into the 1980s.