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.
The show will mark 20 years since Diana’s death in Paris.