Kristen Stewart: Your Diana dress took over 1000 hours of work

Kristen Stewart
Your Diana dress was created in more than 1000 hours of work

Kristen Stewart’s film “Spencer” premieres on September 3rd at the Venice Film Festival.

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Kristen Stewart plays Princess Diana in “Spencer”. A dress from the film caused an enormous amount of work.

Published last week the neon film studio the official poster for the movie “Spencer”, in which Kristen Stewart (31) plays Princess Diana (1961-1997). In the photo you can see the actress from behind, apparently crying. Stewart wears a cream-colored dress with glittering floral embroidery. And this robe has it all: As “Vogue Paris” now reveals, put 1034 working hours behind the creation of Chanel.

The dress is based on a haute couture creation from the spring and summer collection from 1988. The embroidery with gold and silver sequins alone is said to have taken 700 hours of work, according to the fashion magazine. Stewart can also be admired in the dress in the first trailer. In a scene in which she is wearing the strapless dress, she is seen walking down a corridor, visibly upset.

“Spencer” is supposed to show a turning point in Diana’s life

“Spencer” is scheduled for a weekend in December 1991. Diana celebrates Christmas with the Royal Family on their property in Sandringham. This weekend, she is said to have decided to end her broken marriage with Prince Charles (72).

“Spencer” is slated to open in cinemas in the USA on November 5, 2022 in Germany. On Friday (September 3), the film by director Pablo Larraín (45) will premiere at the Venice Film Festival.