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INCC, a fragrance company based in Versailles, launched its Monaco Parfums at a cocktail party hosted by the Princess Grace Foundation-USA at CREM…
The Princess Grace Foundation-USA is a non-profit, publicly-supported charity, headquartered in New York City and established 34 years ago by Prince Rainier to honour the legacy of his wife, Princess Grace, www.mogul.com reports.
The Foundation’s mission is to identify and assist emerging talent in theatre, dance, and film by awarding grants in the form of scholarships, apprenticeships, and fellowships. Since its inception, more than 800 recipients have been helped to the tune of more than $11 million.
Guests at the Foreign Residents’ Club included supermodel Victoria Silvstedt, Princess Grace Award winners Antonia Berasaluce – a former American Ballet Theatre dancer, and Lucien Postlewaite – a principle dancer with Les Ballets de Monte Carlo.
Guests were greeted with champagne and hors d’oeuvres and mingled with INCC’s Thibaud de Vaulchier, Princess Grace Foundation-USA Board Member Sandra van Essche, Christine & George Ledes of BEAUTY FASHION and Cosmetic World, and members of CREM.
Toby E. Boshak, Executive Director of the Princess Grace Foundation – USA, welcomed guests by drawing a parallel between the fragrance and the Foundation: “Princess Grace exuded elegance, glamour, and like the fragrances, which are themselves inspired by the exceptional, the creative, and limitless boundaries, the Princess Grace Foundation-USA supports exceptional emerging artists so that they can flourish and experience limitless horizons in their careers.”
She then introduced Remy Deslandes, President of INCC, who spoke about the MONACO mens and women’s fragrances that were created by perfumer Calice Becker of Givaudan. Other guests included: Antonia Berasaluce’s husband Jim Gorton and their daughter Isabel; Juliet Cullinan & Christopher Theo; and Lyn McHugh & James Davidson. (SOURCE: Mogul, original report written by Tony Bowles PHOTO: Ed Wright Images)
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