A pair of shoes made for Princess Diana's wedding and a dress worn by late singer Amy Winehouse will be auctioned at London's Kerry Taylor auction house on Tuesday.

With an estimated value of £20,000, the Amy Winehouse chiffon dress was designed by Thai-based Disaya Sorakraikitikul and was loaned to the singer for the Grammy-award winning "Back to Black" cover.

Proceeds from the auction for the dress will go to the foundation created in the late singer's name. The chiffon creation comes with a note of authenticity signed by Sorakraikitikul which mentions that "Disaya was happy to help as she was launching her new label in the UK and felt that the young, innovative designs would be a good match. The photoshoot took place in the photographer Mischa Richter's house."

The letter mentioned that following the photoshoot, the dress was returned. It was stored carefully by the designer. She later felt that it was better to sell the dress and use the money for the Amy Winehouse Foundation rather than keeping it.

Other major creations from the celebrity section are pieces worn by the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn.

The 1954 Edith Head-designed ivory lace gown worn by Hepburn during the Oscars is expected to go under the hammer at between £40,000 and £60,000.

Take a look at the exclusive collection for the upcoming auction in the slideshow.