Dresses that ruled Britain: Secrets of the Queen's outfits revealed
Made from duchesse satin, lace, sequins, diamante and beads, this asymmetric crinoline-skirted gown of pale yellow and turquoise - made by Sir Norman Hartnell, her favourite couturier of the time - is a perfect example of the Queen’s Fifties fashions
Lady Anne Glenconner's stunning wedding dress by Norman Hartnell features in the exhibition. Lady Glenconner married Colin Tennant, the third Baron Glenconner, at St Withburga’s Church, Holkham, in 1956.
A wedding dress ensemble designed by Norman Hartnell. The dress was worn by Mrs Carl Bendix (nee Daisy Hancox) at the Dream of Fair Women Ball held in aid of the Winter Distress Fund at Claridges Hotel on 27 February 1928.