Samuel, a grief psychotherapist, was celebrating the American release of her book, “Grief Works.”
It will be returned to Mohamed Al-Fayed, who commissioned it following their deaths and when he still owned the store.
The question remains: Who will design the dress?
The private show marks the 40th anniversary of the house and will raise money for charity.
“I would be idiotic to cook [for Prince Charles and Camilla],” said the author and son of the Duchess of Cornwall.
Britain’s mischievous prince bows out of public life, with a sense of humor.
The first of what will be a series of notable partnerships is the introduction of limited-edition Finlay & Co. sunglasses and Holicow designs.
“She is obviously a powerful, sympathetic person and we have to handle her in a really cool way,” explained the director.
“Diana: Her Fashion Story,” which opens to the public on Feb. 24, showcases looks she wore during daytime public engagements as well as for evening occasions.