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Chiara Ferragni teamed up with Diana to take The Blonde Salad further, launching the new and the unprecedented e-commerce .
The new website is conceived as a magazine and the new store is a multi-brand online shop. They’re deeply yet smoothly integrated: customers can find exclusive, co-branded products created in partnership with brands likes of Giuseppe Zanotti, Levi’s, MGSM, N° 21 and with emerging designers such as Paula Cademartori and Hannah Beth Fincham, to name a few.

The crash took place at am, 31 August 1997 in Paris (Times, September 1. The Times carried a complete time table of events, as did the Daily Express which put the crash at pm BST, 30 Aug. The Independent reported am but that, according to the Times, was when the British Embassy was informed. The Princess was then officially pronounced dead at am in Paris ( am GMT). At am BST Tony Blair proclaimed Diana the 'People's Princess', the term which set the tone for a week of incredible popular religious feeling. The funeral procession left Kensington Palace at around am on 6 September 1997 and the funeral commenced at am. The moment of high emotion came during Elton John's rendition of Candle in the Wind at , and the moment of high anger in the applause after Earl Spencer's eulogy at am. At pm the Princess's coffin finally disappeared up the M1 for her private interment on the island at Althorp. She had become the Lady of the Lake. Dodi Fayed was born on 15 April 1955 in Alexandria (obituaries in the Times and Independent, 2 September), although other sources (Daily Express 1 September, p 23) said that he was only 41. Dodi died immediately after the fatal crash and was buried at pm, 1 September 1997 at Brookwood Cemetery, near Woking, Surrey, after a twenty five minute service at Regents Park Mosque (Daily Mail 2 September p 15).

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