Here’s, Who designed Princess Diana iconic ‘black sheep’ sweater?

 Here’s, Who designed Princess Diana iconic ‘black sheep’ sweater?

Here’s, Who designed Princess Diana iconic ‘black sheep’ sweater?

After a last-minute bidding fight, Princess Diana black sheep wool sweater just brought nearly $1.1 million at auction.

This set an auction record for a piece worn by the late princess, said auction house Sotheby’s.

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The top bid rose from $190,000 to $1.1 million in the last 15 minutes of the two-week auction. Do you know the creator? Let’s learn everything there is to know about the stunning knitwear:

‘Black sheep’ sweater

When Lady Diana Spencer attended one of the then-Prince Charles’ polo matches in June 1981, just a few months after the two engaged, she made news by donning the lovely “black sheep” sweater, which displays one black sheep among rows of white sheep.

Here's, Who designed Princess Diana iconic ‘black sheep’ sweater?

Who’s the designer?

Designed by the brand Warm & Wonderful, the sweater was one of the first pieces created by co-founders Sally Muir and Joanna Osborne.

Description of the knitwear

Two letters from Buckingham Palace to Joanna Osborne are included with the sweater. In the first letter, dated July 16, 1981, Oliver Everett, Diana’s personal assistant, requested that Osborne examine the sweater before sending it to Warm & Wonderful for repair or replacement.

The second letter thanked her for fixing the sweater. “I know Her Royal Highness will be very glad to have this sweater back and be most grateful to you for having re-done it,” the Sept. 28, 1981, letter reads.

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