Several hotels (and one very special fine jewelry flagship) pay tribute to Grace Kelly through their gorgeous interiors .

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How four face masks are providing support—and jobs—to out-of-work theater artists.

The Monégasque specialty you'll want to introduce to your dinner party repertoire. 

Meet the Princess Grace Award winning designers in this new edition of our "Sunday Spotlight."

Our series explores the most meaningful relationships Grace Kelly formed throughout her life.

Princess Grace's Philanthropic legacy and the origins of The Princess Grace Foundation - USA.

Princess Grace definitely knew how to throw a legendary fête.

Patron of the arts, prominent figure of Parisian salons, literary muse, American. The life of Alice, Princess of Monaco, is gilded with legend.

Discover Hermès' most elusive variations--and the lucky individuals who own them.

Our roundup will have you rethinking the classic stone.

It's still a few months away, but the theme--sustainability, without sacrificing an ounce of style--has been established.

Your legacy begins here.

Under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Crown Patrons of Grace is an eminent society of individuals committed to sustaining a noble mandate by The Princely Family of Monaco to globally promote the legacy, influence and impact of Her Serene Highness Princess Grace (née Grace Kelly)

Members are furnished with unparalleled experiences, including exclusive invitations and access to special events and private receptions with The Princely Family.

Membership in the Crown Patrons of Grace is by invitation only. Prospective members are endorsed by a current member and approved by the Founders Committee.

We welcome inquiries. Please contact Patricia Leonard, Director of Philanthropy at members@graceinfluential.com

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That house--the one Slim Aarons made famous--just went up for sale. 

What Grace Kelly taught the world about being a royal.

Prince Albert II officially unveiled the portrait by renowned Brazilian artist Marcos Marin.

The Wall Street Journal takes a closer look at the legendary Manhattan boarding house, where Grace Kelly lived before she graced the silver screen.