Monte Carlo Fashion Week, the official fashion event of the Principality of Monaco

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20 May 2023
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Back with even more new brands and a strong emphasis on internationality, the Monte-Carlo Fashion Week (MCFW©), is back as the official fashion event of the Principality of Monaco.
The tenth edition of the event, born in 2013 and organized by the Monegasque Chamber of Fashion (CMM), in partnership with the Government of Monaco and the Town Hall of Monaco, is being held from May 17 to 21, 2023 and features resort collections, cruise and capsule.
Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Princess Charlene of Monaco, Monte-Carlo Fashion Week, year after year, gains prestige, in particular thanks to its rich catalog of fashion weeks.
The Monegasque Chamber of Fashion founded in April 2009 by Federica Nardoni Spinetta, and under her presidency, has 2 ultimate goals: to represent and share the values of local fashion by promoting Made In Monaco creativity internationally, especially thanks to emerging brands; but also to make the Principality shine as one of the key places in international fashion.
The event began at the Fashion Hub in the exclusive setting of the Yacht Club de Monaco, where the conferences took place, which began with Benoit-Louis Vuitton, Corporate Director of Louis Vuitton. The conferences brought together an exchange between professionals on topics around fashion, business, circularity, exclusivity, culture and art.

In the magnificent setting of the H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco took place the fashion shows.

Opening the runways was Simone Guidarelli, Creative Director of Vanity Fair and Celebrity Stylist, who presented her collection inspired by her love of nature.
Followed by the Monegasque brand Beach & Cashmere Monaco by Federica Nardoni Spinetta which made us breathe an air of Grand Prix, with its collection dedicated to engines. Always respecting eco-sustainable fashion, using natural and recyclable materials, the brand of the President of the Monegasque Chamber of Fashion has been able to translate eco-sustainability into modern glamour. Accompanying the outfits were the shoes of Monegasque Von Lowenstein.

Continuing the parades was the Monegasque brand Marlea Monte-Carlo with a collection that made us breathe the free and light air of a holiday on the Côte d'Azur.
The eco-sustainable luxury of FITME Monte-Carlo closed the first day of fashion shows.

Today continues with an interesting panel of conferences at the Yacht Club de Monaco, where the Fashion Hub is held with Pop-ups from international brands: Thalie Paris, Flavia Fleming, Nicolò Tonetto, Ika Butoni, Ushak, FITME Monte-Carlo, Hemcael, Inessa Creations.
The parades continue today with a rich program. The fashion shows will be closed by Genny, the Made-in-Italy brand, directed by Sara Cavazza Facchini, with its chic and timeless style. 

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