This year’s fashion week once again took place in Monaco, infusing it with glamour. From the prestigious stage of the Monte-Carlo Opera House to the luxurious catwalk of the Grimaldi Forum, the Principality’s slender models walked the most beautiful runways in the Principality.
It was during the legendary Amber Lounge fashion show, which took place, in the iconic Glass Etrium of the Grimaldi Forum, that Pauline Ducruet exhibited her new collection under the frenetic flashes of photographers and journalists all present to celebrate the young woman, her talents as a fashion designer and her brand Alter.
For the occasion, and as is now the tradition, great names in motorsports, such as Arthur Leclerc, Andre Lotterer, Norman Nato and Jose Maria Lopez, took to the catwalk, magnifying some of the greatest designers of the moment. Among them are the legendary Tommy Hilfiger, Armani, and Hugo Boss. A distinguished event created in partnership with Monte-Carlo Fashion Week, always at the forefront of the latest trends, in which many sponsors were keen to participate: Gulf Oil International and the uber-luxurious hair care brand Oribe.
The same name, now known by fashionistas all over the world, dexterously styled the hair of the models at the Amber Lounge Fashion Show. Not forgetting the guests of the event who each received some sumptuous gifts from the brand. Because apparently, nothing was too good for Monaco’s most anticipated off-track event during the Formula 1 Grand Prix. And it showed.
by Sonia Abassi