Queen Elizabeth II has met all sorts of cool celebrities. But today, on the 15th anniversary of Princess Diana's death, we've taken a closer look at Princess of Wales' most glamorous moments. One of our favorites? A rare time when royal celebrity and fashion celebrity collided.
Kate Moss and Princess Diana, as far as we know, didn't have much of a relationship (unlike another famous royal-model pairing, Sarah Ferguson and Naomi Campbell). But in 1997, the pair crossed paths at Christie's in New York. The royal was on hand to oversee the auction of 79 of her dresses, the sale of which would raise funds for the Royal Marsden Hospital Cancer Fund and the AIDS Crisis Trust. It was a buzzed-about event, drawing the likes of Nan Kempner and Barbara Walters.
Kate Moss also made an appearance, resulting in the fabulous photo opp below.
Take a look and remember Princess Diana for today's Fashion Flashback.
Take in Princess Diana's chic fashion:
With Prince Charles at Craigowan Lodge on the Balmoral Estate. (Tim Graham/Getty photo)
Posing for pictures on her wedding day. (Lichfield/Getty photo)
More wedding pictures! (AP photos)
At a banquet at the Guildhall in London. (Anwar Hussein/WireImage photos)
At the premiere of "A View to a Kill" in London. (Tom Wargacki/WireImage photos)
Wearing a Victor Edelstein gown to a White House State Dinner in Washington, DC. (Pool/Tim Graham Picture Library/Getty photos)
Leaving Cirencester Hospital in England after Prince Charles broke his arm during a polo match. (AP photo)
At Indian Castle Beach. (Getty photo)
At the Serpentine Gallery in London, wearing a dress by Christina Stambolian. (Jayne Fincher/Getty photos)
Sitting with Prince Harry during V-J Day celebrations in London. (AP photos)
Meeting with Argentinian president Carlos Menem in Buenos Aires. (AP photos)
Arriving at a cancer research benefit in Washington, DC. (AP photos)
Walking through the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to attend the Costume Institute Gala. (AP photos)
On a British Red Cross mission to highlight the evil of land mines in Luanda. (Getty photo)