Princess Stéphanie visits Anne Sinclair's art exhibition in Liège

On December 14t, 2016, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie of Luxembourg visited the "21, rue La Boétie" exhibition at the La Boverie Museum in Liège, Belgium. The exhibition is based on a book written by Paul Rosenberg's grand daughter, the French political journalist Anne Sinclair, telling the story of his gallery and the iconic artworks that passed through it.
Paul Rosenberg, 21, rue La Boétie exhibition at the La Boverie Museum in Liège
Paul Rosenberg, 21, rue La Boétie exhibition at the La Boverie Museum in Liège
Paul Rosenberg, 21, rue La Boétie exhibition at the La Boverie Museum in Liège

18 comments:

  1. le pantallon est trop large. La princesse est jolie , sauf le pantalon

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  2. Jacket fits poorly, one size bigger would look better. Or something tailored to her. Slimmer trousers would be more becoming. This beige color is better than I would have thought.

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    1. I am also pleasantly surprised by the suit's color. The suit is very pretty but the fit could be much improved with the help of a tailor!

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  3. ¿Por qué se viste tan feo? ¡Teniendo personas que la pueden asesorar continúa vistiendo peor que mi abuela!

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  4. Stephanie porte toujours le même genre de pantalon, très, très, trop large ... Une sorte d'uniforme ...

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  5. Yawn, another art exhibition. When will she start supporting meaningful charities? MT these days met with abused women and people afflicted by a flood catastrophe. Those are the engagements where Stephanie should have accompanied her mother-in-law. Especially if she really was such a "sweet person".

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  6. Anne Sinclair is a French media celebrity who has been called France’s Larry King. She hosted a wildly popular prime-time interview show with a guest list of world leaders. She's one of those women who possess stunning beauty & have got the brains. I wonder why she stopped working for French TV. I really miss her!

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    1. Perhaps it was this as reported by the Guardian: Anne Sinclair calls it “the incident”. In May 2011, her then husband and head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was accused of sexual assault by a hotel maid while staying in the Sofitel New York.

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    2. Elle était mariée à un homme politique,Dominique.Straus Khan,et voulait rester neutre ,ne pas gêner sa carrière à lui.Il s'en est chargé lui même ( Sofitel New York)

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    3. Honestly - this woman is (or I hope WAS because she is divorced now) the wife of Strauss-Kahn??? I am shocked. Really!

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  7. Is there really no tailor in Luxembourg who can help this girl get her clothes fitted??
    It starts getting annoying, honestly. She demonstrates, that she just does not care, not for herself, not for the people she meets in her role, not for the designers who made these clothes and for sure had a better idea, how they should be worn, not for the art of tailoring, not for fashion or any rules that exist in social life.

    Everbody keeps on saying how nice she is. I start to think she is thoughtless and not the smartest person around. Sorry, but I am fed up with this appearance.

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    1. Beth, judging by her university degree she should be rather intelligent. But since she carefully avoids all engagements connected to humanitarian issues I suspect her to be a cold and selfish woman. For me, her "sweet" smile is just mechanical and never reaches her eyes. The only sweet thing about her is her love for la dolce vita.

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    2. University degree or the profession or even the background of the person has absolutely nothing to do with the taste in clothing .

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  8. I agree that it is frustrating to watch her make so many fashion mistakes. It's hard to believe she doesn't have advisors - she's in the heart of Europe, and certainly has money to spend. If a random group of women on this blog pretty much all think she dresses poorly, there must be someone close to her who tells her that also.

    I can't believe she doesn't care because if you "google" her you will see she has worn gorgeous clothes in prior years. Or maybe she cared back then and doesn't now.

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  9. Stephanie is struggling to find a style that she's comfortable with, and one that suits her.
    Come the New Year, let's hope she bins the wide leg trousers, above the knee dresses, and finds a a simple and flattering tailored style.

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    1. No need to struggle, all she has to do is to ask and accept advice from a fashion expert, a stylist, a tailor, a designer, a shop vendor....a friend;-)) It is easy actually. The suit pictured above would not be that bad, if it was fitted. I used to sell fashion, I and each one of the stuff was capable to choose the right size for a jacket and our tailor would adjust the pants at least in length in an hour if needed, while the client enjoyed a coffee and maybe chose some nice accessoires.
      We would never have let a customer walk out of the shop like this, it would have been against our pride and work ethics.

      Maybe she has no fashion sense herself at all, but somebody must sell her these clothes. Shame on them to let her walk away like this!

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