Princess Charlene visited the Milan Fashion Week SS 2018

On September 22, 2017, Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Giorgio Armani and Versace Fashion Shows held within the scope of Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 Collection in Milan, Italy.
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Giorgio Armani Fashion Show at Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 Collection
Princess Charlene of Monaco visited Giorgio Armani Fashion Shows at Milan Fashion Week
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the Versace show during Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 in Milan, Italy.
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the Versace show during Milan Fashion Week
Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the Versace show during Milan Fashion Week

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  1. Charlene is one very elegant woman.

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  2. Whoaaa!! 😲 How I like this!! Elegance in perfection!!😍😍😍

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  3. Very, very nice - slouchy Katherine Hepburn type of tailoring.

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  4. Charléne a toujours du mal à sourire.

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  5. ik ben uit eens met Myriam,geweldig ziet ze er uit ,alles staat haar !!!!

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    1. Désolée ,Je ne comprends pas ,guten Tag .

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  6. The Versace dress - Kim Kardashian called, she would like it back. Or maybe it was Xena, Warrior Princess.

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    1. Ugly, ugly,ugly, I don't know how it can be called a dress. Yes, it would suit trashy Kim Kardashian

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  7. Very, very beautiful and stylish in Giorgio Armani, but in Donatella Versace's design: No comment!

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  8. ¿Así se viste una Princesa Consorte? Estoy sin palabras :((

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  9. To me, Princess Charlene is by far the most stylish royal in Europe today and I include the Duchess of Cambridge. The Versace-dress certainly is daring, but one has to remember that it was chosen for a fashion show. Also, she carries it off with aplomb.

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    1. I am totally with you @Teresa. I cannot understand the negative comments at all. This is an outstanding chic sassy party dress and Charlene looks just wow! in it. I saw pictures on another site, where you see the whole dress.
      http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/09/22/21/4499472E00000578-4911202-Cheeky_The_39_year_old_royal_flashed_some_skin_through_the_quirk-m-57_1506110872811.jpg

      It does not look 'trashy' at all, the glittering material looks worthy, the body-tight cut is perfect, I like the knee-length, the flittering bottom part and the silver cord across the decolletée. Charlene did well not to combine it with a necklace. Her style is perfect, with the leather jacket, the silver sandals,the earrings, the clutch. Just perfect!

      Okay, the cutouts are daring, but Charlene can wear it with her toned body and hey Ladies! she does not attend Sunday service in this dress but a Fashion Party!

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    2. Totally subjective - I don't find it chic at all. Yes, she can carry it off with that wonderful body but for me the cut outs that go almost to pelvis level are what stops this being elegant.

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  10. Beautiful woman but she isn't a model, isn't she? - Therefore her choice for the Versace-Show seems strange...

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  11. i must be on the wrong page. These choice of clothing lack class of he status

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  12. Loved the first outfit. Did not see trashy silver number the first time around. It's repulsive. Amazing how she went from great to gutter in such a short time.

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  13. I don't understand the silver dress. Whatever its merits it seems odd to wear it with a leather jacket ( and casual hair and makeup). Is it meant to be flashy evening or casual?

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  14. I think she is not able to move her face.

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