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At the Rose Ball in Monaco, Janet Jackson Poses with Christian Louboutin!

At the Rose Ball in Monaco, Janet Jackson Poses with Christian Louboutin!

Throughout her stay in Monaco, Janet Jackson exuded elegance. The 56-year-old Grammy Award winner and shoe designer Christian Louboutin attended Friday’s annual Bal de la Rose (Rose Ball) at the Salle des Etoiles, where she dazzled in a head-to-toe black ensemble by Christian Siriano.

On the red carpet, she carried a sleek black ankle-length dress with long sleeves, padded shoulders, and a little train. A black snakeskin clutch, big statement jewelry, and strappy stilettos with black studding completed Jackson’s ensemble.

Jackson’s hot pink manicure and pedicure gave her outfit a splash of color. The Rhythm Nation rapper posted a photo of the ensemble on Instagram, where Siriano, 36, commended her with pink heart emojis. Her sister La Toya Jackson posted in the comments, “Love the!”

Louboutin, 59, wore a floral-printed fez and a blush suit. He completed the ensemble with a pink shirt, a bowtie with a brown pattern, and a pair of purple dress shoes.

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This year’s Bal de la Rose, which had the theme “Return of the Twenties,” was organized by a French fashion designer. The ball wasn’t created by the late Karl Lagerfeld, who passed away in 2019 at age 85 from circumstances related to pancreatic cancer, for the first time in years. exhibition(niste), a retrospective of Louboutin’s work, opens on Friday and runs until August 28 at the neighboring Grimaldi Forum.


Since the late screen legend’s passing in 1982, her daughter Caroline, Princess of Hanover, has been in charge of running the Rose Ball, which Princess Grace founded in 1954. The Princess Grace Foundation gains from the sales.

The Rose Ball, which was moved from its usual March date this year, took place on Friday. It was the first Rose Ball since the event was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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