The granddaughter of Gorgeous Princess Grace of Monaco, Charlotte Casiraghi, is a fashion icon in the making.
Charlotte Marie Pomeline Casiraghi, 25, is the daughter of H.R.H. Princess Caroline of Hanover, Hereditary Princess of Monaco, and the late Stefano Casiraghi, an Italian industrialist.
The competitive equestrian already has a close connection with the luxury label as she wore exclusively designed riding gear by Gucci for two years in competitions, including the 2011 Global Champions tour.
Creative director Frida Giannini created the clothes solely for Charlotte and never made them available for retail. However, she has obviously since realized the full potential of her muse’s selling power.
Princess Charlotte is also the Honorary President of the Jumping International de Monte-Carlo, has been a fixture on the fashion scene for some time.
She featured on the cover of Vogue Paris in September 2011 and she’s frequently seen on the front rows of major shows, including Stella McCartney, Diane Von Furstenberg, Etam and Yves Saint Laurent.
At the time of the initial collaboration, Giannini told Vogue.com that Casiraghi was one of her top 15 personal fashion icons.
Of the young woman who is fourth in line to the throne of the principality, Giannini said she is, “the modern royal whose effortless elegance defies contemporary style.”
At the age of 16, Casiraghi was named number ten on a list of the world’s most eligible young women while the Vanity Fair included her name on the International Best Dressed List in 2006.
Her model good looks and jetsetting style make her a perfect fit for the brand.
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