Kristen Stewart’s dress was crafted in more than 1,000 hours
Kristen Stewart wore a Chanel dress, made in 1,034 hours, when playing Princess Diana in the movie “Spencer”.
According to Vogue magazine , the dress is made from beige organza fabric, embroidered with gold and silver sequins, forming thin flower branches. The upper body has a corset shape, the border is pleated tulle, and a silk bow is attached to the front. Multi-layer pleated skirt. The design is recreated from a dress model in the spring-summer collection, launched in 1988. It took artisans about 1,034 hours to create the haute couture dress, with hand embroidery alone taking about 700 hours.
Kristen Stewart wears a Chanel dress on the movie poster. Photo: Topic Studios
Spencer is one of the notable works at the Venice Film Festival. The film explores the topic of the British Royal Family, revolving around the early 1990s, when Princess Diana ( played by Kristen Stewart ) thought about divorcing Prince Charles. The project brings together stars Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins and Sean Harris. Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín – who was nominated for an Oscar for “No and Jackie” – serves as director.
Close-up of the design of the fashion house Chanel. Photo: Chanel
In the trailer released on August 26, Kristen Stewart reveals Diana’s feelings before deciding to divorce. In contrast to the magnificent party scene, she was worried, stressed and miserable. At the end of the video, Diana expressed resistance to the Royal Family by asserting that they could not foresee what was about to happen. The project is expected to hit theaters in early November, the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death.