The Monte-Carlo Fashion Week, a reference point for ethical and sustainable fashion, showed on the catwalks the green and conscious trends of young international creators in an exceptional location, the Salle Garnier of the Monte-Carlo Opera, a historic and magical place.
Starting with the creations of Beach & Cashmere Monaco which opened the dance with a collection inspired by the Phantom of the Opera, according to the creative mind of the brand, Federica Nardoni Spinetta, who is also President and Founder of the Chambre Monégasque de la Mode and of the Monte-Carlo Fashion Week. The emotional fashion show was sublimated by opera singers Stefano Secco and Sarah Punga.
Afterwards, spotlights lit the luxurious models of the eco-sustainable bags by Thalie Paris and the vision of femininity marked by gentle seduction according to Isabel Fargnoli. Freshness in a sophisticated key for the proposals of July of St. Barth and the rich and elegant caftans of Sora Byrd.
The inspiration then took the route of the East with the Japanese brand Mitori Paris. The couture shoes by Daniele Giovani Design worn by exceptional guest, Eleonora Pedron, walked the catwalk. The elegant creations of Audrey Vallens preceded the conclusion sublimated by the contemporary proposals of the South American brands of Presente Ancestral, namely Ana Carolina Valencia, Xzae, Chanklas Atelier, and Ani Alvarez Calderon.
It was then the turn of the prêt-à-porter with a Mediterranean imprint by the young designer Gigi Carzaghi, of the enchanting art couture of Flavia Fleming in a concentration of femininity with an artistic DNA ennobled by the precious jewels of Stardust Monte-Carlo and last but not least, the optical art of Marcos Marin x Diana Mara.
The Ramzen catwalk was a tribute to Monaco, the brand of Saudi designer Abdul Al-Romaizan, awarded with the Emerging Designer Fashion Award.