French fragrance company INCC launched their new Monaco fragrance on March 18 with a party hosted by The Princess Grace Foundation.
Guests celebrated the new launch at a cocktail party at Monaco’s Cream Club in Monte Carlo. The party was part of several events that weekend to showcase the programs the foundation supports.
The executive director of the nonprofit told guests how, “Princess Grace exuded elegance, glamour, and like the fragrances, which are themselves inspired by the exceptional, the creative, and limitless boundaries, the Princess Grace Foundation-USA supports exceptional emerging artists so that they can flourish and experience limitless horizons in their careers.” The launch features two fragrances, one for women and one for men, inspired by the country.
The woman’s fragrance features the scent of mimosa, bergamot and white rose with deeper notes of sweet fruits. Pine, bergamot and lemon make up most of the men’s cologne with underlying notes of rich vetiver. More details on the composition of the scents can be found on the INCC website.
The Princess Grace Foundation supports up and coming talent in theatre, dance and art through scholarships, apprenticeships and fellowships. Prince Rainier III of Monaco created the foundation in memory of his wife Princess Grace Kelley’s legacy. Many recipients were in attendance at the event including Princess Grace Award winners ballet dancers Antonia Berasaluce and Lucien Postlewaite along with board member Sandra van Essche, Christine and George Ledes and INCC’s president Remy Deslandes.