Published on June 23, 2022 at 2:07 p.m.
She is the crowned it girl of the moment. Pauline Ducruet, the daughter of Stéphanie de Monaco and granddaughter of Grace Kelly, will soon be at the heart of a documentary. According to the indiscretions of the magazine “Variety”the project, called “Forming”, will focus on the career of the young woman and more particularly on her clothing brand, Alter.
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Currently in production, filming began last March in Paris. This will be an opportunity to discover images from her latest collection, presented during Paris Fashion Week-end a few months ago. But also to enter the ultra-glamorous dressing room of her grandmother Grace Kelly and to explore her relationship with her mother Stephanie of Monaco. Also according to the American media, well-known faces from the fashion world should also appear in front of the camera.
“I have been a follower of the princely family of Monaco since I was a child,” explains Paul Beahan, one of the co-producers, to “Variety”. “The mystique of Princess Stephanie and the jaw-dropping glamor of Princess Grace Kelly are tattooed on my mind. Their heiress, Pauline Ducruet of Monaco, is the perfect mix of the two. She is really committed to her Alter fashion line and to sustainability. “‘Forming’ highlights the invaluable role and responsibility of a famous young woman who wants to champion the future of fashion (…) she is an accomplished designer and entrepreneur,” adds Sandy Climan, the other co-producer .
From the top of her 28 springs, the young fashion designer already has everything a (very) great and the documentary should only confirm it. For the time being, no information concerning its release date and the distribution platform has been advanced.
Pauline Ducruet, the fashionista of the Rock
Born on May 4, 1994, Pauline Ducruet knew how to steer her boat, far from the Rock. In addition to her attraction to sport – especially swimming – she skilfully cultivates her passion for fashion. In 2015, she graduated from the Istituto Marangoni, a fashion and design school in Paris. She then crossed the Atlantic to settle in New York and joined Parson’s School of Fashion. Four years ago, Pauline Ducruet launched her unisex ready-to-wear brand, Alter. The beginning of a royal success story.