At the "Princess Grace Awards" gala, Charlène von Monaco visually did not remind her of her mother-in-law, but of a different style icon.
At the "Princess Grace Awards" gala in New York, Princess Charlène of Monaco (40) clearly reminded her of a Hollywood icon. But not to the late Grace Kelly (1929 - 1982), the mother of her husband, Prince Albert II (60), but to the German style icon Marlene Dietrich (1901 - 1992). Based on the German-American singer and actress, the former swimmer wore an elegant, black pantsuit.
Underneath she had combined a gleaming white shirt with a standing collar. Underneath her blazer, which she had casually draped over her shoulders, were black braces that gave the outfit a masculine touch. She set her décolleté in scene with a glittering diamond necklace.
The short blond hair was Charlène von Moncao styled in the style of the twenties to light waves. Her eyes were accentuated by a copper-colored eye shadow, while her lips were glossed with colorless lip gloss.