Princess Stéphanie turned her obsession with vogue right into a profession. She started modeling, showing on runways and at vogue reveals and even launching her personal clothes traces. She started by finding out design on the Trend Design College in Paris. Nevertheless, as she instructed the Los Angeles Occasions, she dropped out one 12 months later. “You lose time finding out vogue in class,” she mentioned. She was then employed as an intern at Christian Dior. When she expressed an curiosity in modeling, her father, Prince Rainier III was mentioned to be livid. Nevertheless, she persevered and launched a swimwear line with Alix de la Comble, a buddy from Dior, referred to as Pool Place in 1986.
Seems, even princesses can battle to discover a swimsuit that checks the entire bins. So, Stéphanie created a spread of fits that suited her good. “We tried to make the fits as horny as doable however by no means vulgar,” she mentioned to UPI on the time.
Because the Los Angeles Occasions reported, Stéphanie initially modeled the swimsuits herself and made as much as $10,000 a day. All through the ’80s, she even appeared in magazines like Vainness Truthful and Vogue. Nevertheless, it wasn’t lengthy earlier than Stéphanie determined she was completed with that line of labor. “I bought sick of modeling and I used to be afraid of getting overexposed,” she mentioned.