Monaco Life

F1 stars warm-up for Monaco Grand Prix in free-scoring charity match

Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz lined-up alongside two star-studded teams at the Stade Louis II on Tuesday for the World Stars football match at the Stade Louis II.

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Karl Lagerfeld’s estate auctions fetch €22 million total

The sale of iconic fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld’s estate has made its way from Monaco to Paris and now Germany where auctions pulled in a grand total of €22.5 million for his collections.

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Interview with Charles Leclerc: “I don’t believe in bad luck”

Speaking ahead of his home Grand Prix this weekend, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc says that he believes the “poor luck” he has experienced in Monaco, and more recently in Barcelona, will turn around.

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Princess Charlene breaks silence on traumatic year

Princess Charlene has spoken publicly for the first time since resuming official duties, telling Monaco Matin at the Monte-Carlo Fashion Awards that she now feels “more serene”.

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Princess Charlene says she is now "serene" after traumatic year

Princess Charlene has spoken publicly for the first time since resuming official duties, telling Monaco Matin at the Monte-Carlo Fashion Awards that she now feels “more serene”.

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94% of Alpes-Maritimes on drought alert

The Alpes-Maritimes is suffering from a drought situation not seen in a decade and, as a result, water restrictions are being applied, including a ban on filling swimming pools.

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MonacoTech-backed Yachtneeds gets massive funding boost

MonacoTech has announced that one of the companies they support, Yachtneeds, has just raised €1.25 million in funding, allowing for a major expansion of the business starting this summer.

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Labour of love restores Larvotto fountain to former glory

A sculpture fashioned in a fountain and installed on the Larvotto Promenade in 1970 by artist Guy Lartigue is back in its rightful place after a three-year restoration lovingly undertaken by his son.

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Monte-Carlo Fashion Week celebrates milestone

As Monte-Carlo Fashion Week celebrates its 10th anniversary this week, the event has become a yardstick for the sustainable and ethical fashion industries.

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CoinAgenda gathers web3 professionals in Monaco

CoinAgenda is currently underway at the Meridien, bringing together experts and the crypto-curious to talk blockchain and cryptocurrency. Organiser Michael Terpin tells us more.

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Grimaldi Forum hosting two unique evenings of pure fun

Two spectacular events are coming to the Grimaldi Forum in June featuring music, dance, acrobatics and magic.

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Prince’s Foundation backs new Forests and Communities Initiative

The latest initiative supported by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation will help indigenous peoples and local communities save their forests from decimation and, in turn, help restore the planet.

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Blade takes over Monacair service

Monacair is one of three local helicopter companies to have been acquired by US group Blade Air Mobility, which will begin operations with a seven-minute Nice to Monaco transfer for the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Opportunist Verstappen wins as Leclerc’s machinery fails him

A mid-race mechanical failure ruined Charles Leclerc’s otherwise flawless weekend in Spain, as Max Verstappen took victory on Sunday and moved into pole position in the drivers’ standings.

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Dmitry Rybolovlev reflects on ASM's success

In the aftermath of AS Monaco’s draw against Lens, which secured Champions League play-off qualification but wasn’t sufficient to earn second place, owner Dmitry Rybolovlev praised the club’s fighting spirit.

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