Princess Charlene Wears Carolina Herrera to New York

Prince Albert and Princess Charlene traveled to New York to attend the Clinton Global Initiative, the UN meetings and, for Charlene, Autism Speaks.

For the first event, the Global Citizen Awards, the Princess of Monaco chose a Carolina Herrera pantsuit with a bejeweled blazer and a sleeveless tiered bow top.
Global Citizen Awards, the Princess of Monaco chose a Carolina HerreraGlobal Citizen Awards, the Princess of Monaco chose a Carolina Herrera
The blazer is made of "Tiered silk with sequin detailing" and features a "contrast square neckline and wide shoulder straps with a bow detail at chest"

On the second day, Albert and Charlene attended the opening plenary session "Reimagining Impact". 

Charlene opted for a Kimono-Sleeve Double-Face Dress in dark burgundy. Charlene paired it with brown tights and what seems to be suede Jimmy Choo pumps and a chocolate brown clutch.
 Albert and Charlene attended the opening plenary session "Reimagining Impact". Albert and Charlene attended the opening plenary session "Reimagining Impact".
The Akris-looking frock has a V-neckline and oversized kimono sleeves. A black version is available on Neiman Marcus.

On the 23rd, The Princely Couple attended a reception hosted by President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle. 

Char donned another Carolina Herrera number. This time a satin ombre sleeveless midi sheath dress
The Princely Couple attended a reception hosted by President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle.The Princely Couple attended a reception hosted by President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle.
The dress features a boat neckline and princess seams. It's also available at Neiman Marcus.

1 comment:

  1. Princess Charlene is a tall woman, but the shortest of the four, quite a nice surprise. They all look very smart and on good terms.

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