Tatiana Casiraghi was spotted at Paris Fashion Week this week.
The 33-year-old fashionista took in the Christian Dior Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2017 and Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2017 shows. She was photographed wearing green velvet pants and a black blouse at the Giabattista Valli show with Diane von Fürstenberg and Princess Talita von Fürstenberg
Casiraghi is married to Princess Caroline’s eldest son, Andrea. The couple dated for seven years before their engagement was announced in 2012. They married in 2014 in Gstaad, Switzerland, and have two children, Alexandre and India.
She is regularly seen at important events in Monaco, including the Rose Ball, the Grand Prix, National Day celebrations and royal weddings.
Casiraghi has long been involved in the fashion industry, both in front of a camera lens and behind the scenes creating her own ventures.
In 2011, Tatiana Casiraghi launched her own fashion venture, Muzungu Sisters (Muzungu means ‘wanderer’ in Swahili) with long-time friend Dana Alikhani. The duo wanted to “create an online retail portal that would promote fair labour practices by showcasing artisan-crafted goods,” per the official website. Muzungu Sisters works with artisans around the world, currently spanning four continents.
“Tatiana, with a refined eye for style and a keen interest in travel, had been thinking of curating a website that would feature carefully sourced items discovered during her adventures abroad,” reads the Muzungu Sisters website. The venture has received international press attention.
Casiraghi has been lauded for her fashion sense numerous times and was hailed as one of Vanity Fair’s Best Dressed in 2010. Casiraghi stated in an interview with the magazine at the time that her favourite piece of jewellery is a “500-year-old ring from the Majapahit Kingdom given to me by my godfather” and that her style icon is Loulou de la Falaise, a French fashion designer who worked closely with Yves Saint Laurent.