The Princely Family inaugurates the International Flower Arrangement Competition
After a virtual edition last year, the 52nd International Flower Arrangement Competition took place for the first time on the autumn dates of mid-October. The competition brought together around fifty competitors on the Terrasses du Casino to create floral arrangements under the expert gaze of international judges around the theme: “Culinary art in the world”. A parallel competition was dedicated to children aged 7 to 16.
Prince Albert II and Princess Caroline, who has chaired the Garden Club since 1982, discovered the participants’ creations, guided by the members of the jury and the team. Tiziana Vincentini, in the category “Gourmet composition of flowers, fruits, vegetables and plants” won the First Prize as well as the Princess Grace Prize with an astonishing three-tiered bouquet composed of flowers, fruits and vegetables.
Preview of the documentary film ‘Alick et Albert’ at the St Tropez Festival
‘Alick and Albert’, a 90-minute documentary film by Douglas Watkin, was screened on Wednesday October 13 at the opening of the 23rd St Tropez Antipodes Festival, dedicated to Australian and New Zealand cinema.
In 2016, during the exhibition “Taba Naba, Australia, Oceania, Arts of the Peoples of the Sea” at the Oceanographic Museum, Prince Albert II met Australian artist and indigenous languages activist Alick Tipoti and formed an extraordinary friendship. . Two years later, 14,000 km away on Badu Island, the story continued with a Monaco Explorations mission when Alick Tipoti welcomed Prince Albert to the island, located north of the Australia.
During the documentary, the artist and the Prince show how much they are both animated by the heritage of their ancestors and by their personal commitment to nature, especially the ocean. Alick and the people of Badu share their way of life, threatened by ocean pollution and climate change, with Prince Albert II.
During the preview screening, HSH the Sovereign Prince said that despite the differences between the cultures and environments of Monaco and Badu, the two communities share the same universal values: love for nature and natural ecosystems. , and the importance of reconciling man and nature.
Prince Albert and Princess Caroline host university reception at Prince’s Palace
On October 13, Prince Albert and Princess Caroline hosted a reception at the Prince’s Palace for participants of a symposium hosted by the University of Villanova at the Princess Grace Irish Library. One of the guests was the Prince and Princess’s cousin, Susan Kelly Von Medicus. The Irish Library regularly hosts cultural events with Irish writers, scholars, personalities and musicians who are invited to deliver speeches and perform their work.
Monegasque Red Cross Gala art exhibited in Geneva
Around twenty works of art, donated by renowned artists at various Monegasque Red Cross galas, are currently on display at the headquarters of the International Red Cross in Geneva. The Prince and a delegation from the Monegasque Red Cross went to Geneva to inaugurate the collaborative exhibition, which symbolizes the bonds of friendship and mutual aid that exist between Monaco and Switzerland.
During the trip to Switzerland, the Sovereign and the Monegasque Red Cross team were able to meet Francesco Rocca, President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the Secretary General, Jagan Chapagain. Many topics were discussed during the meeting, including local and global actions in the face of climate change and the pandemic.
Princess Charlene Foundation logo featured on Activ5 Special Edition Fitness System
Thursday October 7, 2021, the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation and the Monegasque company Shibuya Productions signed a partnership agreement. Shibuya Productions, a multimedia content production and publishing company, markets the Activ5 device, invented in Monaco, intended for sports activity and personal development. Connected to an app, the fitness system uses weight sensors to measure muscle strength and adapt exercise difficulty based on progress in real time.
Thanks to this partnership, a limited edition of the Activ5, bearing the logo of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, will be available. Part of the profits will be donated to the Foundation to finance projects highlighting the positive values of sport.
A unique experience will also be made available by the Foundation at the Monaco Pavilion at the Dubai World Expo 2020: the ActiVSeven Heptathlon video game (iOS + Android) produced and developed by Shibuya Productions to combine play and physical activity.
Charlotte Casiraghi at the Chanel 2022 show
On October 5, 2021, Charlotte Casiraghi attended the Chanel Spring / Summer 2022 fashion show, which took place as part of Paris Fashion Week. Inspired by the magic of fashion seen through a photographer’s lens, the Chanel show evoked the emotions and heightened memories of the 1980s catwalks surrounded by photographers and flashes. Charlotte Casiraghi wore a new embroidered dress from the Chanel Resort 2022 collection to the event. Chanel’s new collection balances graphic contrasts of black and white, playful summer stripes and the dark fantasy of butterfly wings on black chiffon.
Christian Dior appoints Pierre Casiraghi Men’s Ambassador
In the royal Grimaldi family of Monaco, a second Casiraghi has established himself as a new fashion star: Pierre Casiraghi. Charlotte Casiraghi’s younger brother, who is Chanel’s ambassador, has been appointed Dior Menswear Ambassador.
The 34-year-old businessman and seasoned sailor joins his beautiful wife, Italian journalist Beatrice Borromeo, as spokesperson for the French fashion house. In February, Béatrice Borromeo was appointed Dior Ambassador and in June the couple attended the Dior Women’s Cruise Parade in Athens.