Pauline Ducruet, daughter of Stéphanie of Monaco, will be the subject of a documentary

Albert of Monaco’s niece will be at the heart of a documentary on the clothing brand she created.

Pauline Ducruet, daughter of Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, will be the subject of a documentary. Entitled Formingthis feature film currently being shot will focus on the clothing brand created by the 28-year-old young woman, called Alter.

As reminded variety, which reports the information, Alter is a unisex and ethical brand, which is inspired by the women of the Monegasque royal family – which included the American actress Grace Kelly, the grandmother of Pauline Ducruet. Shooting for the film began last March in Paris: during this month, the latest collection was presented during a fashion show at Paris Fashion Week.

“(Pauline Ducruet) is serious about her creative projects for her fashion brand Alter, and her commitment to sustainability,” comments Paul Beahan, co-producer of the film for Calabasas Films.

“My team and I started this adventure in early 2020 and were finally able to start filming Pauline almost two years later. ‘Forming’ shows the invaluable role and responsibility of a famous young woman who defends the future of the fashion.”

16th in line to the throne

Always according to variety, Forming will also offer unseen images of the dressing room of Grace Kelly, married to Prince Reinier in 1956 and who died in 1982, and will focus on Pauline Ducruet’s relationship with her mother Stéphanie of Monaco. It is currently unknown where and when the film will be released.

Born in 1994, the daughter of Daniel Ducruet participated in the Youth Olympic Games in 2010 as a diver. She studied fashion in Paris and New York before launching her brand. She is 16th in line to the throne of Monaco.

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