The princess earned the front row of the Akris fashion show. The Swiss fashion house that helped her become a style icon 'when I lived in a bathing suit and had no idea about fashion'Charlène Wittstock, a dea on board passerella Photo Video
A 'real' touch was missing from the Paris fashion shows, so far dominated by models and influencers. And so here comes Charlène Wittstock, who earned the front-row , the front row, of the catwalk on which the Swiss brand Akris made its creations 'flow'. – Photo | videoCharlene Wittostock, Albert of Monaco and the crisis: they put an end to it Charlene Wittostock, Albert of Monaco and the crisis: they put an end to it
CLEAR MOOD – And if the outfit is dark and more suitable for a ceremonial than for a fashion show (the princess's jacket even had frogs) – perhaps an extended homage to Queen Elizabeth, so to speak – Charlène's mood is clear: smiles, nods in agreement with the stylists, a concentration full of wonder when the show began.
THE BRAND OF THE HEART – On the other hand, Akris – effectively defined by the Financial Times as “the biggest fashion house you've never heard of” – is the princess's favorite label: the long, sea-green dress she wore to pose was by Akris with his future spouse when the couple told the world they were getting married on June 23, 2010. 'I lived in a bathing suit and had no idea about fashion,' she told Vogue the princess, recalling her “beginnings” in the foreign world of official occasions.
THE OTHER ALBERT - And it was Albert Kriemler – stylist and owner of the brand with his brother Peter – who “found” the suitable style for the princess, who also used two of his dresses to participate in the royal wedding by William of England and Kate Middleton. After the show, Charlène gave Albert big compliments, live and then on Instagram, where she wrote: “Thank you Albert for a wonderful evening and congratulations on 100 years of perfection ( the brand was founded in St. Gallen in 1922, by Alice, the grandmother of Albert and Peter , ed)'.Source: oggi.it