Charlotte Casiraghi is the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign

The daughter of Princess Caroline, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Kaia Gerber and Betty Catroux are also a part of the new campaign. Charlotte Casiraghi who is a regular attendee of Saint Laurent fashion shows attended a gala held at Metropolitan Museum of Art for the benefit of Costume Institute together with the creative director of Saint Laurent, Anthony Vaccarello. Charlotte wore a Saint Laurent dress designed by Anthony Vaccarello.
The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Costume Institute
The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Costume Institute
The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Costume Institute
The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Costume Institute
The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Costume Institute
The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Costume Institute
The daughter of Princess Caroline of Hanover, Charlotte Casiraghi became the new face of Saint Laurent’s Fall 2018 campaign. Costume Institute

25 comments:

  1. Sorry but another awful look at the MET gala, especially with those boots...**sigh**
    Hard to believe she's the granddaughter of Grace Kelly. She has no grace, no style...

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    1. Hard to believe this is YSL..

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    2. Totally agree. Her arrogance destroys the looks she has.

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  2. Yves, the founder of Saint Laurent was a free spirit and Charlotte C. seems to be one too. I love it!!!

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  3. Terrible dresses, i can't believe these are YSL, i don't like them.

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  4. Terrible dresses, i can't believe these are YSL, i don't like them.

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  5. Die Schuhe sind einfach grausam !!

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  6. Ohhhh. Don't get me started. I guess the nicest thing I can say is that at least she's earning her own money.

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    1. Jane, I think your comment is the most positive one. Honestly I cannot understand all this; to me this looks totally unattractive. But maybe I misunderstand it, who knows.

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    2. My mother used to tell me and my sister that some designers hate women and actually try to make them look ridiculous. At times like this, that's easy to believe!

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    3. Jane, having worked in fashion years ago, I can tell you that your mother was correct. Some laugh amongst their "groups" at how much they can get away with and how much women will pay to look ridiculous. It's a power trip. Not all designers, of course, but what your Mother noted does happen.

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  7. The dresses are beyond bad taste - vulgar, indecent. I have no words for the boots.

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  8. Elle est vraiment obligée de faire ça? d'un grand chic qui sied à une princesse c'est fou elle a le truc cette fille là ... excessivement vulgaire pour son rang.

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  9. Too short dress plus those awful boots equals UGH! Very unflattering and the very opposite of a couture look to say the least.

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  10. Boots, legs without tights and short dresses are the latest trend. A lot of young women wear this combination this summer. YSL/Anthony Vaccarello is a fashion designer and he has to create or to follow trends, that's all. It's no fashion for official royal events and Charlotte isn't a royal at all.

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  11. The dress at the Met Gala seems like material glued on to your skin with a double sided tape and some of the boots what from the 60's?. Not at all proper for what it was intended. The all should have said no no no to this only MO.

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  12. Fashion must be fun also.This is fun,original,a style that create a new more "I dress who I think is nice".
    Beautiful Charlotte is perfect for that.

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  13. Charlotte is an exceptionally beautiful woman. What a pity that she often shows such a bad posture, but she is a beauty nevertheless. As for the clothes here: they are awful, but I think she was in her role as a model at this event and so she had to wear this.

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  14. I think the dress is ok but I don't like the styling with the clumpy boots - I don't for a moment imagine Charlotte chose this outfit herself.

    Her posture isn't brilliant but I think she looks ok here and she doesn't appear bored like she has done in previous appearances like this. Personally, I think YSL is a better fit than Gucci was - I think she looks good in the campaign photos.

    AS to arrogance - I don't think she is. Yes, sometimes her expression can be a bit snooty but in all the interviews I've seen with her I don't think she comes across as arrogant, I think she's just quite private. JMO.

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  15. Photo No. 2 Laurent looks great(!) and reminds me of Helmut Newton/Blumarine.

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  16. She lookedd stunning. Beautiful dress. She doesnt look vulgar. The model on the right looks vulgar. Love the boots the young people are wearing. Charlotte have the legs for a short dress and those boots

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  17. I dont know if I'm going to laugh or cry...

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  18. I do not find Charlotte Casiraghi to be a particularly elegant young woman, she has none of her Grandmother's style or grace.

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