Princess Diana visited the Islamic Museum in Kuwait in March 1989 during her tour of the Gulf States, and she wore this pink and red Catherine Walker outfit, in order to appear warm and accessible. As Diana visited the country, she was expected to have a desert picnic so she sat under a traditional tent and tasted traditional food as well.
Bold, standing up and declaring, Diana did not plan to hide in the shadows, and that was obviously noticed in her lovely style: power-shoulder tailoring, asymmetric fastening, gold buttons from the Sloane Ranger.
Also, as a rebel princess, she chose not to wear gloves which are part of royals and regal styles. Because she was kind and humble and she liked to make a warm contact with the people she was meeting.
Red and pink are colors you would see in the fashion world and shining magazine’s pages under the titles ‘ A Fashion Don’t” and “colors that should never be combined” Fortunately, that didn’t stop Diana.
Diana was so close to people that’s why she was stalked by the media on every expected occasion to fulfill people’s desire to see the stunning Diana more and helped them to predict her mood and feelings through her expressions and colors in photographs.