Charlotte Casiraghi Is The New Face of Gucci

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Gucci is fashion royalty, so it’s no surprise that they’ve named Charlotte Casiraghi as the new face of their brand. Charlotte’s grandmother is Princess Grace of Monaco and her mother is Princess Caroline. Both beauties have modeled for print. And now, good looks and high fashion run in the family.

Casiraghi made her modeling debut in September, when she landed on the cover of French Vogue. The 25 year-old has been a fixture in the world of fashion for a while now, as she’s been spotted attending shows by both Stella McCartney and Yves Saint Laurent.

The royal has had a partnership with Gucci for a couple of years now, too, as she helped create a line of fashionable equestrian wear with Gucci’s Frida Giannini.

Gucci says of the line:

“The wardrobe includes highly technical clothing and accessories for show jumping and training. Gucci continues to deepen its relationship with the equestrian world in the year that sees the House celebrate its 90th anniversary and a heritage long characterized by the glamour of horse riding.”

Casiraghi is replacing Evan Rachel Wood, who’s been promoting Gucci’s Guilty fragrance for a couple of years.

Profiled in the U.S. Vogue as well, the magazine reported that Charlotte launched her own Web eco-magazine as well:

She launched an evanescent Web eco-magazine, EVER Manifesto, following a sustainable-fashion project masterminded by Italian fashion doyenne Franca Sozzani.

Young London designer Osman Yousefzada says, ‘The idea was to create a fully sustainable dress,’ in his case ‘made of 30 meters of organic organza,’ and Charlotte and her team produced the magazine for it, which appeared as a print edition in Milan and Paris.
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