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On Wednesday, Charlotte Casiraghi made her usual appearance front row at the Gucci Spring/Summer 2018 show in Milan. A former model in four separate campaigns for their Forever Now series and the face of Gucci Cosmetics’ first ever collection, Charlotte is often spotted wearing the Italian brand’s designs at events including Monaco National Day and the annual Met Gala. Her loyalty to the brand has stood the test of time and a change of creative direction.
Opting for natural makeup, the 31-year-old mother of one kept it simple in a black T-shirt and a leather flower print skirt with rhinestones from the Gucci Spring/Summer 2017 collection and pink pumps.
Charlotte’s history with Gucci extends far beyond the glamour of runway shows and red carpets. In May 2010, Gucci sponsored her when she debuted as a promising rider for the Global Champions Tour that started in Valencia, Spain, through Europe and finished in Rio de Janeiro, wearing an exclusive equestrian wardrobe, designed entirely for her by then Gucci creative director Frida Giannini. In 2014 she competed in the Gucci Paris Masters.
Transavia has announced its first five domestic routes that include a new run between Nice Côte d’Azur and Nantes Atlantique airports starting in November.
The French Riviera has now been declared a “red zone”, meaning the Covid-19 virus is actively circulating in the region and tough restrictions could be reintroduced.
Silver Moon, the new ship by Monaco-based Silversea Cruises, has carried out her sea trials – no mean feat considering the ship was completed during a worldwide pandemic.
The Netherlands is the latest country to issue a warning against all travel to Monaco while putting in place a 10-day quarantine for visitors coming from the Principality.
An easyJet flight from Nice to Geneva was aborted while taxiing for take-off on Tuesday afternoon after the pilot noticed a person taking photographs of the aircraft.
The photographer turned out to be an airport employee who had a relative on the flight, the airline said later. Police carried out security checks on the aircraft before it was cleared for take-off two hours after its original time slot of 4:55 pm.
EasyJet apologised for any inconvenience to passengers. One passenger decided to take a later flight.