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Camille Gottlieb in neon green to return to the 80s

Camille Gottlieb shines (literally) at the association’s Gala at the Salle des Etoiles organized for the 20th anniversary of Fight Aids Monacothe charity evening organized by her mother, Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, every year.

This year, the theme chosen by Prince Albert’s sister was the 80s, allowing guests to show off particularly colorful outfits at the Sporting Monte Carlo.

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The Eighties are clearly the years of AIDS: HIV was identified, in fact, on May 20, 1983. But when we talk about celebration and entertainment, many other things come to mind, especially in terms of music. Who can forget that the same Was Stéphanie of Monaco a star of that decade? In 1986 he released the song Ouragan which is still in everyone’s mind today. At least the boomers.

Today’s royal outfit: Stéphanie of Monaco, wrapped in white embroidery, like 12 years ago

Some dresses are timeless, and the elegant long dress worn by the princess at Centenary Ball a few days ago and even before at the 2011 Red Cross Ball, is proof of this

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We remember that Camille Gottlieb is Stéphanie’s third child, born in 1998 from the princess’s relationship with her former bodyguard, Jean Raymond Gottlieb: although distant from the 80s, the almost twenty-six-year-old (she blows out her candles on July 15) has tried to channel the style of the period filtered through her Gen Z vision.

Camille Gottlieb and Pauline Ducruet.  Getty Images.

Camille Gottlieb and Pauline Ducruet. Getty Images.

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While the mother wore a black stretch suit with a red blazer, belt and sneakers (by Alter, the brand of her other daughter Pauline), and her stepsister Pauline Ducruet opted for a jumpsuit black sleeveless top brightened by gold chain details, Camille has chosen the shocking side of the Eighties: for her, a fluorescent green two-piece made up of a short-sleeved tunic and a pair of tone-on-tone shorts.

Pauline Ducruet Stephanie of Monaco and Camille Gottlieb. Getty Images.

Pauline Ducruet, Stéphanie of Monaco and Camille Gottlieb. Getty Images.

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On your feet a pair of sandals sparkling, contrasting purple drop earrings and the most Eighties touch on the head, the scrunchie.

Pauline Ducruet Stephanie of Monaco and Camille Gottlieb. Getty Images.

Pauline Ducruet, Stéphanie of Monaco and Camille Gottlieb. Getty Images.

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Prince Albert of Monaco also took part in the evening, naturally with a flashy look: for him one flashy orange t-shirt in the association’s colours, a dark blue blazer and white trousers.

Pauline Ducruet Albert of Monaco Stephanie of Monaco and Camille Gottlieb. Getty Images.

Pauline Ducruet, Albert of Monaco, Stéphanie of Monaco and Camille Gottlieb. Getty Images.

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A truly festive evening, there’s no doubt about it, which brought together on stage many stars from four decades ago, including our own Sabrina Salerno.

Source: Vanity Fair

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