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MCFW. Style Details

“We are very proud to announce the extraordinary presence of international fashion icon Naomi Campbell, who will be awarded the MCFW International Fashion Award ”, exclaimed Federica Nardoni Spinetta, President and Founder of Chambre Monégasque de la Mode.

The British model, actress, producer, and businesswoman is one of the original five supermodels, has appeared on about 600 magazine covers over the course of her career, and has been the star of many of the most prestigious advertising campaigns. Allure, sophistication, and lessons in elegance were modeled amidst the enchantment of the Principality of Monaco during Monte Carlo Fashion Week, by now in its fifth edition, from June 1 to 3.

“I also have the honor of announcing the extraordinary participation of brand Muzungu Sister by Tatiana Santo Domingo and Dana Alikhani, advocates of ethical fashion”, continues Federica Nardoni Spinetta.

“Particularly suitable for Fashion Week in Monte Carlo, the brand – created in 2011 by Tatiana Santo Domingo Casiraghi and Dana Alikhani – debuted at Monaco’s fashion show with refined clothes and accessories made by craftsmen from sixteen countries over four different continents. Embroidery, precious details, natural colors, and knitwear that narrate millenniums of local traditions, representing true cultural heritage, to preserve and make known for a sustainable lifestyle”, concludes the spectacle’s ambassador.

Government of the Principality, City Hall, and the Monaco Tourist Office, MCFW is an acclaimed rendezvous of events and premieres for the press and public, featuring beachwear and resort collections, as well as prêtà- porter spring/summer 2018 pre-collections. It is held at the Fashion Village in Fontvieille, Monaco, under the artistic direction of Rosanna Trinchese.

High-fashion ambitions dictate future trends, including Chiara Boni’s Made in Italy talents, which were showcased June 2 at the holiday for the Italian Republic and received the MCFW Made-in-Italy Fashion Award. A blend of talents, on one hand representing the future, include designers from Marangoni Institute, and the young photographer Nima Benati who won the Emerging Talent Fashion Award, and on the other the absolute certainty of prestigious labels, including Banana Moon and Beach&Cashmere Monaco, created in 2005 by Federica Nardoni Spinetta, which embodies creative spirit and chic attitude.

Models include Thelma Espina, Josephine Bonair, Herblain, Annalisa Queen, Banana Moon/Livia, Luca Taiana, Ezra Tuba, Edda Berg, Nando Muzi, Babylon, Anita Pasztor, Leslie Monte-Carlo, Stardust Monte-Carlo, Carlo Ramello, Natasha Pavluchenko, A’Biddikkia, Nordic Angels by Marketa Hakkinen, Mariela Pokka, Flavio Castellani, Alessandro Angelozzi.

Three days of pure artistic splendor in the heart of the international jet-setting community, an edition that ends with foretold success, destined to become a benchmark in future trends.

Author: Laura Scatena

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