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Princess Charlene shows off her fashion versatility at Milan Fashion Week

Princess Charlene shows off her fashion versatility at Milan Fashion Week

By Louis Pisano, Style - October 14, 2017

ALERT ALERT! Another Monaqasque royal has popped up in the front rows of Milan Fashion Week. While her niece Charlotte Casiraghi was gracing the Gucci Spring Summer 18 show in the Italian fashion capitol, aunt Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene was on the other side of town catching the Giorgio Armani show.

Back in 2011, the Italian designer was responsible for her wedding dress, which took three seamstresses and 2,500 hours to make, as well as her dress for the dinner and ball that followed. Sitting front row next to Giorgio’s niece, Roberta Armani, who is also the director of PR for the fashion house, Princess Charlene was joined by Academy Award-winning actress Cate Blanchett.

ate Blanchett, Giorgio’s niece, Roberta Armani and Princess Charlene. Photo: Reuters with permission
Kate Blanchett, Giorgio’s niece, Roberta Armani and Princess Charlene. Photo: Reuters with kind permission

The Princess kept it neutral in a stone snakeskin trench coat, navy jumpsuit, snakeskin mules and a Giorgio Armani Ecurie bag.

Princess Charlene Photo: Rex Shutterstock with permission
Princess Charlene Photo: Rex Shutterstock with kind permission

Friday however the Princess was feeling a little bit more adventurous in her fashion choices.

Princess Charlene in Milan. Photo; flynet plash news with permission.
Princess Charlene in Milan. Photo; flynet plash news with kind permission.

Clearly HSH got the memo early that the Versace Spring Summer 18 show was going to be nothing less than iconic and she pulled out all the stops. Sitting front row next to F1 driver Lewis Hamilton, whom she and Prince Albert spent time with during last year’s Monaco Grand Prix, HSH took in the tribute to Gianni Versace.

Lewis Hamilton and Princess Charlene. Photo: Getty with kind permission
Lewis Hamilton and Princess Charlene. Photo: Getty with kind permission

In a silver chain mail dress complete with cut outs and a black leather Moto jacket, the Princess was more than happy to shatter all your expectations of how a royal should dress. Seeming to be the second act to the silver sequinned Atelier Versace jumpsuit she wore back in July at the Red Cross gala it seems Charlene + Versace is the perfect style match to get people talking.

Instagram sensation and style blogger Louis Pisano writes SuperficialLivingDiary.com. Article first published September 21, 2017. All images with permission. Article first published September 25, 2017. 


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