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These 6 Royal Rebels Are Reinventing Princess Style

更新日 2017年08月01日

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The term “princess dressing” conjures images of Disney heroines and prim royals like Kate Middleton and Queen Letizia, but there’s more than one way to approach it. By sporting offbeat couture, going wild with maternity style, and even heading into their local Zara, young royals are twisting the notions of how a princess ought to look. Here, meet six royal fashion risk-takers who are challenging old ideas and presenting a modern take on regal clothes.

Charlene, Princess of Monaco

Preferring a streamlined look, Charlene’s wardrobe is filled with custom pieces and fashion-forward designs, sourced fresh from the runway. The former Olympic swimmer reaches for items that flatter her statuesque physique and bring the drama, favoring designs from Dior, Versace, Akris, and Armani. Case in point: at this weekend’s 69th Annual Red Cross Ball, she arrived in a silver Atelier Versace jumpsuit that was fit for an editorial.

Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand

A royal and a designer, Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana of Thailand was invited by Pierre Balmain to show her first collection during Paris Fashion Week in 2007. Since then, she has developed her eponymous line and emerged as one of the most dedicated design enthusiasts in Paris. Each season, she arrives at shows in daring looks from Chanel, Dior, and Louis Vuitton, much to the delight of street style photographers.

Charlotte Casiraghi

Though she can show up to the Rose Ball in vintage Chanel and turn heads, Charlotte Casiraghi is equally at home in jeans and a T-shirt. Keeping things casual on her off-duty days, Casiraghi sports an array of leather jackets and relaxed dresses from labels like Stella McCartney and Gucci. By now, a Gucci-filled closet may seem de rigueur for celebrities, but Casiraghi’s ongoing relationship with the brand has resulted in particularly memorable style moments like her appearance at the Global Champions Tour in a bow-covered mini-dress. Yet even with all that luxury fashion at her fingertips, Casiraghi isn’t above stopping into Zara and picking up essentials for herself and her son, Raphael.

Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz

As the owner of D’NA, a Riyadah boutique focusing on young talent, Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz is a fashion insider with an eye for distinctive design. Though she’s known for bringing brands like Proenza Schouler and Acne Studios to Saudi Arabia, that love of unique fashion extends to her own wardrobe, as well. She is frequently seen out in statement looks like stamp-covered Mary Katrantzou or the sumptuous pink velvet cloak she wore to this year’s Rose Ball in Monaco.

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