Princess Grace of Monaco


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Noun1.Princess Grace of Monaco - United States film actress who retired when she married into the royal family of Monaco (1928-1982)
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Exploring the classic elements of Dior in depth, this fully illustrated study covers the concept of line and architecture in fashion; the influence of history and art; the use of color; gardens and landscapes as sources of inspiration; and, of course, the brand's famous muses and clients: the Duchess of Windsor, Marlene Dietrich, Princess Grace of Monaco, Marilyn Monroe, Princess Diana, Natalie Portman, and Jennifer Lawrence, among many others.
Our front page asked the question on everyone's lips after the death of Princess Grace of Monaco in a car crash.
1982 Princess Grace of Monaco, often better known as American actress Grace Kelly, died in Monaco's hospital without regaining consciousness after a car crash the previous day.
1982: Princess Grace of Monaco, sometimes better known as American actress Grace Kelly, died Monaco's hospital without regaining consciousness after a car crash the previous day.
1982: Princess Grace of Monaco, American actress Grace Kelly, died in Monaco's hospital without regaining consciousness after a car crash the previous day.
1982: Princess Grace of Monaco, sometimes better known as American actress Grace Kelly, died in Monaco's hospital without regaining consciousness after a car crash the previous day.
1982: Princess Grace of Monaco, also known as American actress Grace Kelly, died in Monaco's hospital without regaining consciousness after a car crash the previous day.
1957 THE world's fashion press in New York listed the best dressed women of the year as Princess Grace of Monaco, Audrey Hepburn and Marlene Dietrich.
Will said: "Grace Kelly went from - Hollywood golden girl to a real life princess - after starring in movies alongside stars like James Stewart, she became Princess Grace of Monaco.
In the 1970s, the brand launched the "Ligne Princiere," inspired by Princess Grace, and earned its own tide as the "Patented Purveyor to Her Serene Highness Princess Grace of Monaco.
The original film, based on the play The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry, starred Bing Crosby (Dexter Haven), Frank Sinatra (Mike Connor) and Grace Kelly (Tracy Lord), her last film role before she became Princess Grace of Monaco.
The brand has been associated with high-profile names such as Princess Grace of Monaco, superstar Barbra Streisand, supermodel and author Sophie Dahl, style icon Yasmin Le Bon, Hollywood actress, Linda Gray and legendary style icon Audrey Hepburn as well as top international Irish rugby legends Keith Wood and Ronan O'Gara,