Princess Stephanie attended Alter's fashion show in Paris

On February 26, 2020, Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb attended Alter's Women's Wear Fall/Winter 2020/2021 fashion show held as part of the Paris Fashion Week in Paris, France. Alter is a high-fashion unisex brand established by fashion designer Pauline Ducruet in 2018.
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb
Princess Stephanie of Monaco and her daughters designer Pauline Ducruet and Camille Gottlieb

35 Comments

  1. My, my and that calls FASHION!
    AVA

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    1. That is what I was about to say.

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    2. Hope Karl Lagerfeld is well Resting In Peace. Otherwise ??????

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  2. I like Stephanie's red leather coat, but everything I see in these pictures looks utterly ridiculous to my eyes.

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  3. Both red coats, worn by Pss Stephanie and Pauline would fit nicely in my spring/Fall closet.

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  4. Oh dear.....none of the clothing is attractive.

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    1. yes yes I would just add "not attractive to me".

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    2. Indeed.

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  5. *Yikes* Lol.

    I think I’ll just say that Camille’s creamy satin top (or is it supposed to be a mini dress?) is beautiful except for the threads hanging down and the absurdly long sleeves. (I know that sleeves covering part of the hand have for some reason been a fashion “thing” for quite a while, but stopping just short of the fingertips?? Rofl). Camille, cut off those loose threads and hem the sleeves, and you’ll have a keeper 👍🙂.

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    1. The sleeve trend is to highlight nail art & style whilst covering age spots on older women. No matter how young you THINK you look, your hands will always give you away.

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    2. Ah, thank you MsClaireGale for that explanation!

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    3. I'm fine with the sleeves but I have the same opinion than you on this threads about that you write. It looks like it isn't finished. Awful. Would have been a nice dress without this.

      the rest.. well..

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  6. Clearly these young women descend from a family of great wealth and privilege. They look like they are having a simply marvelous time taking advantage of both. It is nice that their Princess mother has joined them in Paris for all the fun.

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  7. Je n'en voudrais même pas pour sortir les poubelles ! Ridicule !

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  8. Très jolie couleur Bordeaux des manteaux de Stéphanie et Pauline ; que porte Camille comme vêtement qui a l'air bizarre ?

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  9. Is she really a Parsons graduate?

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    1. On peut se poser la question . quelle snobisme !

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  10. Fashion comes and goes, and sometimes it takes a while to warm up to some trends, that being said, I just can’t like this collection. I find the tailoring too big and those pants because of the length and stiff material look just awful, the shiny fabric reminds me of dated sleepwear. Camille’s dress is about the worst I’ve seen in a while, shapeless, unflattering and the unraveling threads just add to the hot mess. The coats are OK, albeit the 80’s vibe doesn’t really do it for me.

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  11. Stéphanie peut être fière de sa fille.
    Petit à petit, cette dernière trace son chemin.
    Chemin très ardu dans ce milieu.
    Elle va commettre certes des erreurs.
    Mais le plus important,c est d'exercer un métier qu on aime.

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    1. Bien sûr,mais elle aime surtout le tissu de satin ,qui est difficilement portable au quotidien,qui a des allures de vêtements de nuit et sa collection n’est pas attractive.

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  12. I don’t mind the long red coat on Pauline but the rest is dreadful. Poor Camille. Her dress/top is the worst. (V.M.)

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  13. la totale décadence, surréaliste de vulgarité!

    MARIMAR

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  14. I am no fashionista but I looked at these photos and thought
    1. Great to see mother and daughters out together and clearly enjoying themselves.
    2. I adore the red coat worn by Princess Stephanie and I would happily take the one worn by Pauline Ducruet as well.
    3. While I couldn't wear the minidress of Camille Gottleib myself I think it looks fantastic on her. It's a pity it's not been finished (looks like something that the girls would make in sewing class) but it still suits her really well.
    4. Jumpsuits are not usually my thing, but I could wear this one that Princess Stephanie is modelling here, particularly with that gorgeous red coat.
    5. It's great to see wide leg full length trousers

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  15. Horrible outfit for Camille

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  16. Well done Pauline - good to see her forging ahead at something she likes.

    I prefer this collection to her previous one with all the weird bits of denim. I like the colours.

    I think Stephanie looks lovely - the coat is great and the silvery colour of the jumpsuit is very flattering on her.

    I also like Pauline's outfit - it's very "roomy" but I think it works. Presumably it could be altered for potential clients.

    Lastly to Camille - unlike the majority here, I think she looks amazing. The colour is fabulous on her, I think the style is fine - much more suited to this stiffer fabric than nipping it in. I would prefer hems to be finished but it's not a deal breaker for me.

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  17. The coats from Pauline and her mother Stephanie look OK., but the rest of it is really ugly. Camille's dress no.

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  18. Whatever you wear it should make you look elegant not ugly.
    AVA

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  19. Cherry Blossom's comments sum it up for me.

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  20. This is all a real miss for me. None of it appeals to me .

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  21. With shiny outfits everybody looks decates older.

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  22. sorrij ik kan het niet mooi vinden ,en alles is te groot !!!!

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  23. The yellow dress it OUT. If you are going to have a dress in a single color and no pattern, the material has to be flawless and sumptuous. This is neither, it's a terrible stand alone color and those threads! Why do people think that frayed edges equals fashion? Honestly! It tells me that you did not finish your work or ran out of time, or are being different for the sake of it. Nope.

    The red outfit: it's interesting, the stitching, for instance, is nice and the contrast of thread to fabric is great (especially with summer coming up) but ... I think I don't like the "roomy"ness of it. Too damn big. Tailor this a bit and then let's see. The color hasn't been used to death. Pauline is happy in these pics (very nice smiles!) and I love the one of Stephanie taking a pic with her phone.

    I agree on the dated sleepwear comment, though Stephanie looks decent in it.

    Clearly, some of this is experimental.

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  24. Where is Princess Charlene?

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    1. Honestly, I wouldn't blame Charlene for avoiding this event, particularly if it meant having to wear one of Pauline's creations.

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