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June 24, 2022 | Lifestyle & Wellbeing

Michelin-starred Yoshi goes al fresco for summer nights

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Yoshi fans can now enjoy their favourite Michelin-star cuisine poolside as the Metropole Hotel takes its renowned Japanese restaurant to the Karl Lagerfeld-designed Odyssey rooftop terrace for the summer months....

Daily news

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Often considered mutually exclusive elements, AS Monaco are the embodiment of the utopian idea that sales and success can go hand-in-hand....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

With people from over 20 countries making up 35 teams competing in three different classes, the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge is taking the ideas of today to create a sustainable boating culture for to...

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

The Monte-Carlo Opera and the Prince’s Musicians are heading to Vienna after being invited for the first time to be part of the Rossini Mania Festival at the Vienna State Opera House....

Written by: Luke Entwistle

The Ligue 1 calendar for the 2022/23 season has been and Monaco Life takes a look at the stand-out fixtures, including a congested August schedule, which will include Champions League play-off matches...

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

A new migratory bird has found its way to the Japanese Garden in Monaco, discovered almost by accident during a yearly reptile and amphibian check....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene have taken their children, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, to Norway for a commemorative tour dedicated to his ancestor, ocean explorer Albert I....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Legendary guitarist Jeff Beck has just been added to the Monte-Carlo Summer Festival line-up for one night only in July and will be playing alongside another well-known name: Johnny Depp....

June 23, 2022 | Local News

A&K Travel Group acquires Crystal Cruises

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

The Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony cruise vessels have been acquired by A&K Travel Group, owned by Abercrombie and Kent CEO Geoffrey Kent, and Heritage, chaired by Manfredi Lefebvre d'Ovidio....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

A new gallery on Avenue Princess Grace has opened its doors, showcasing international artists alongside the work of Monaco’s own Phillipe Pastor....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

An NFT of the Palais des Festivals has sold for over €65,000, one of 10 iconic sites in Cannes to go under the hammer in an Artcurial-led auction....

June 23, 2022 | Local News

Roca Team series goes to the death

Written by: Luke Entwistle

AS Monaco have slumped to a comprehensive defeat at home against Lyon-Villeurbanne (68-85) to take the Betclic Elite final to a fifth and deciding match. ...

June 22, 2022 | Local News

Countdown to the summer sales

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

The summer sales started on Wednesday in most regions of France, but to get the best deals on coveted items in Monaco and the Alpes-Maritime, shoppers will need to wait a couple more weeks....

Written by: Luke Entwistle

As players return to training, AS Monaco sporting director Paul Mitchell speaks to the media about the record fee for Tchouaméni, other transfer objectives, and the club’s pre-season activities....

June 22, 2022 | Local News

Will travel chaos derail summer plans?

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

This summer has already seen a certain amount of disruption as passengers are dealing with higher prices, IT glitches and mass cancellations. Can travellers expect things to get better soon? The short...

June 22, 2022 | Local News

It’s bee day at Fontvielle

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Monaco is celebrating bees with the 11th edition of APIdays, highlighting the tiny creatures that play a huge part in keeping the circle of life going. Here's what's on offer during the event. ...

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

A manslaughter and involuntary injury investigation has been opened into the death of Sergeant Thierry Perard on Sunday, the first firefighter to have died on duty in the history of the Principality....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Sotheby’s has announced that it is opening a Monaco-based gallery of private sales next month, headed up by Artcurial alumni Louise Grether....

June 21, 2022 | Business & Finance

MYS’s announces new Sustainability Hub

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

The Monaco Yacht Show has a new aspect they are rolling out for 2022. It’s called the Sustainability Hub and it will be welcoming companies that specialise in environmentally friendly superyacht techn...

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Sunday’s draw against Toulouse means that AS Monaco Women go into the second leg of their promotion play-off with everything to play for, as just one game stands between them and their objective....

Written by: Luke Entwistle

AS Monaco Basketball are within one win of exorcising the demons of 2019 and taking revenge on their Lyon-VIlleurbanne after a nick-and-tuck victory (83-80) at the Salle Gaston Médecin....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

The second edition of the Junior Street Art Challenge has concluded, and the winners announced. Here’s who came away with the top spots....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

From Elvis and Jurassic World to Top Gun Maverick, the Open Air Cinema in Monaco will be screening all the hit films of this summer in an incomparable setting, under the stars....

June 20, 2022 | Lifestyle & Wellbeing

They did it! Cap Optimist paddleboards across the Med

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Six Frenchwomen have completed a gruelling 1,800-kilometre non-stop journey from Monaco to Athens on paddleboards, all in the name of charity.  ...

June 20, 2022 | Business & Finance

Macron’s party fails to take absolute majority

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

The centrists of France have lost their majority in parliament due in part to gains by a new left alliance and a stronger than expected showing by the far-right....

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Charles Leclerc charged from the back of the grid at Sunday’s Canada Grand Prix, making up 14 places to secure a deserved fifth position, whilst Max Verstappen extended his championship lead. ...

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Written by: Jayne Blight

As part of our new fashion coverage, style guru Jayne Blight speaks to designer Donata Davidoff about creating a sustainable fashion house that mirrors her life and experiences. ...

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Monaco Life caught up with Jeff Fahey, star of the screen and stage, during the Monaco Streaming Film Festival to talk about his new film which dramatically tells the story of life during Covid-19 loc...

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Speaking ahead of his home Grand Prix this weekend, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc says that he believes the “poor luck” he has experienced in Monaco, and more recently in Barcelona, will turn around....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

As the new head chef of Elsa, Mélanie Serre is discovering the joys and challenges of creating 100% organic dishes. But as Monaco Life discovered, this girl certainly knows how to pack in the flavour....

May 3, 2022 | Lifestyle & Wellbeing

The great detox: EU to ban widely used chemicals

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Up to 74% of consumer and professional products, from food packaging to IV drips, contain toxic chemicals that are leaking into our bodies. This is why a new EU ban on notorious chemicals is so import...

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Three Michelin star chef Yannick Alléno has officially opened his restaurant the Pavyllon at the Hôtel Hermitage, endowing the people of Monaco with an unprecedented sensory experience....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

In a country of spoils, there is always comfort in finding authenticity, tradition and family values on a plate, and that’s exactly what you get at Em Sherif in the Hôtel de Paris, with that famous Mo...

April 11, 2022 | Local News

Flying into trouble? 

Written by: James Wren

Seabirds represent one of the most threatened groups of birds in the world with almost half of all species in decline. But there is hope, according to new research by ZSL. ...

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Efforts are underway to create a Declaration of Ocean Rights, giving the ocean legal status and a fundamental right to be protected. Law specialist Michelle Bender explains what this means in real ter...

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Yachting is looking towards a sustainable future but, as we learned during Monaco Ocean Week, the industry is lagging behind, often because prospective owners are holding back the tide of change....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Joblio has kicked its operations in Poland and Moldova into hypergear, recruiting female Ukrainian refugees for legitimate jobs in Germany, and pulling them away from the attention of human trafficker...

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Having raced alongside the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, Clivio Piccione is now proposing a radical, sustainable and equitable karting championship that has the potential to fundamentally ...

February 25, 2022 | Business & Finance

Interview: Restaurant guru Riccardo Giraudi

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Beefbar founder Riccardo Giraudi talks about his exciting new vegan venture, the Leafbar, while revealing what it takes to make it in an industry that is not for the faint of heart… or stomach....

February 14, 2022 | Local News

“If it’s easy, it’s a trap”

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Romain Goiran, owner of Ambitious Monte-Carlo, spoke to Monaco Life about boxing through the pandemic, supporting fighters in Cameroon, and reviving the Fight AIDS Cup with Louis Ducruet....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

This is the extraordinary story of how two very different teams of researchers at the Scientific Centre of Monaco are looking to the ocean to unlock the mysteries of childhood cancer....

February 1, 2022 | Local News

Inside Monaco’s Covid laboratory

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Up to a thousand Covid tests a day are analysed in Monaco’s high security laboratory, where scientists are not only looking for positive cases but are intensely searching for new variants....

January 28, 2022 | Local News

Photos: Spring/Summer Haute Couture show

Written by: Isabella Marino

Monaco Life fashion contributor Isabella Marino takes us inside Paris Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2022 and shows us her favourite looks by Stéphane Rolland and Dior....

January 15, 2022 | Local News

Seagliders: the future of coastal transport?

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Imagine cruising the coastline from Monaco to Saint Tropez in this high-speed, low-altitude, zero-emission Seaglider. It could happen as soon as 2025, and co-creator Billy Thalheimer tells us how....

January 12, 2022 | Local News

Mitchell to remain patient in transfer window

Written by: Luke Entwistle

In an exclusive interview with Monaco Life, AS Monaco Sporting Director Paul Mitchell reveals that the club is currently reluctant to delve back into the market following the signing of Vanderson....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

The luxury industry has changed dramatically thanks to a new generation of high net worth consumers, digital advances and, of course, a worldwide pandemic. ...

Princely Family

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene have taken their children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella to Norway for a commemorative tour dedicated to his ancestor ocean explorer Albert I....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Princess Charlene looked dazzling in green as she accompanied husband Prince Albert to the opening ceremony of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival on Friday night....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Prince Albert II has released his first book entitled Man and the Ocean in which he shares his thoughts on how the world can create a better balance between mans needs and the seas....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

While attending the Monte-Carlo Fashion Awards with her daughter Gabriella Princess Charlene has told local media that she now feels serene although still fragile. ...

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Prince Albert has been presented with The Perfect World Foundation Award by Sarah Duchess of Yorkduring the organisations2022 Arctic Ocean Galain Sweden....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Princess Charlene was joined by her husband Prince Albert and children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella on Saturday as she showed her support for the kids participating in the Sainte Dvote Rugb...

Written by: Luke Entwistle

Stoffel Vandoorne pulled off a stunning drive to win the fifth Monaco ePrix on Saturday as Princess Charlene made her first public appearance in over a year for the trophy ceremony....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Prince Albert II has just returned from a whirlwind trip to several Italian towns linked to the Grimaldi family including many interesting UNESCO World Heritage sites. Heres a wrap-up of his time ...

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Prince Albert II is undertaking a cross-country three-day excursion to Italy to revisit lands that have historical ties to the Grimaldi family as far back as 1532....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

An Easter photo released by the Palace shows a smiling Princely family with a vibrant looking Princess Charlene who has made her debut back into public life since returning to Monaco in November....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

The Palace has revealed that Prince Albert II has contracted Covid-19 for the second time but insists he is asymptomatic and his health is not a cause of any concern....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

The Stony Brook Foundation is paying tribute to Prince Albert II at a gala event at Cipriani in New York City for his commitment and dedication to ocean conservation and sustainability....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Prince Albert has announced in a video message that Monaco is officially welcoming refugees from the conflict in Ukraine and a special unit has been created to support and receive victims....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella dressed in bright green outfits have celebrated their Irish roots with their father Prince Albert at the Princess Grace Irish Library in Monaco....

March 13, 2022 | Local News

Monaco’s Princess returns home

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Princess Charlene has made her long-awaited return to the Principality of Monaco where she will continue the final stage of her recovery with her family the Palace has announced....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Chinese President Xi Jinping praised Prince Albert and his children on Sunday during a meeting in Beijing while encouraging more enterprises in Monaco to invest in China....

February 3, 2022 | Local News

The year of Prince Albert I begins

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

To mark the 100th anniversary of the death of the Explorer Prince Prince Albert I a whole schedule of events is planned for this year. Here is what to expect....

January 27, 2022 | Local News

Monaco celebrates it’s patron saint

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Prince Albert was joined by his children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella for the annual boat burning ceremony of Sainte Devot on a chilly but clear evening on Wednesday....

Written by: Cassandra Tanti

Amid St. Devot celebrations the Palace provided an update on Princess Charlenes health saying that her recovery is very encouraging and will likely to continue for a number of weeks....

Written by: Stephanie Horsman

Prince Albert II has unveiled a new photographic portrait of his great-grandfather at the National Council Library which Prince Albert I founded along with the constitution of Monaco in 1911....

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With two and a half years until delivery, only four apartments are still for sale in Monaco's future eco-district Mareterra, while the majority of incoming families will be European, it has been revealed.

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The Monaco Yacht Show has a new aspect they are rolling out for 2022. It’s called the Sustainability Hub and it will be welcoming companies that specialise in environmentally friendly superyacht technology.

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Princess Charlene looked dazzling in green as she accompanied husband Prince Albert to the opening ceremony of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival on Friday night.

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Donata Davidoff was born in Lithuania to a creative family who encouraged her to pursue her passions. Although, during her early years, Lithuania didn’t have a luxury fashion industry, Donata enjoyed exploring the incredible artisanship of her home country: garment workers (mostly women) who had impeccable tailoring techniques passed down through generations.

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