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


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.

Astonomical Clock

Princess Grace definitely knew how to throw a legendary fête.

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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.


GK Du Jour: 15 Makeup Looks That Should Come Back Into Style

From '90s grunge to '70s flower child-inspired looks, these are the iconic makeup trends that deserve a chance to shine today.

The '50s:

1. Red lipstick first became popular thanks to stars like Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly. The fiery hue is still seen out and about today, but I'm all for it making a comeback on an everyday basis.

2. Add extra mascara to the outer corners to get the Marilyn Monroe look.

The '60s: 3. Let's bring back Twiggy-style lashes. The look involves heaps and heaps of mascara, especially on the bottom lash line. The iconic model first made this look popular in the '60s, and it's oh so cool.

4. You can also add false lashes to the bottom for an extra dramatic effect.

The '70s:

5. This era is now synonymous with swooping eyeliner, high arching eyeshadow, and pearlescent lip gloss. The '70s was the true start of the fun retro-style makeup as seen on Jane Fonda.

6. Seen here on Farrah Fawcett, the smudged mascara and gray rounded eyeshadow was a signature look in the '70s. Don't forget the feathered hair, too.

7. Opera singer Martina Arroyo went for a bold look with thick eyeliner, arched brows, and coiffed hair accessorized with a velvet headband.

Look through the rest of the throwback makeup looks on Buzzfeed.



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.

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