The Fall clothing catalogs are arriving daily in the mail, most of which stack up on my bedside table to get a read before ending up in the recycling bin.  My quick scan through the titles had me stuck on one we hadn't received before - Marie-Chantal - a children's clothing catalog filled with classic European style.  I recognized her name instantly, but more often I've seen it referred to in a formal manner as Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece.  Her personal fashion style and beautifully decorated homes have always been featured subjects of lifestyle magazines.  But, I hadn't realized that Marie-Chantal had launched her own children's clothing line.  How appropriate for a mother of 5, she offers the right blend of timeless style with the needs of everyday baby & children's wear.

The Cover of Marie-Chantal Clothing Catalog, Fall/Winter 2010


The Inside Cover Photo from the Marie-Chantal Catalog - Featuring Prince Pavlos of Greece, Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece and their 5 Children - Olympia, Constantine, Achileas, Odysseas, and Aristide.


Marie-Chantal's discerning taste and polished sophistication seemingly takes influence from a lifetime of travel - born in London, raised in Hong Kong, Switzerland, and Paris, and pursued her undergraduate studies in New York City.  Her father, Robert Miller, is the successful businessman behind duty-free shopping - founded in the 1960's, by 1970 was generating a billion dollar a year profit.  Early on in the society pages, Marie-Chantal and her two sisters, Pia and Alexandra, were referred to as "The Miller Sisters" - all 3 beautiful and accomplished.  But it was a kismet blind date set up by friends with whom she met the man that became her husband, Prince Pavlos of Greece.

Prince Pavlos and Princess Marie-Chantal


I keep stacks of plastic bins filled with torn out pages of inspiring photos from various shelter magazines.  I've included the images I saved from Marie-Chantal's London town house featured in the November 2006 House & Garden Magazine. Check out the photos below for a look into her elegant family home.  Click here for more info on the Prince and Princess from Vanity Fair's 2008 article.










The Fall clothing catalogs are arriving daily in the mail, most of which stack up on my bedside table to get a read before ending up in the recycling bin.  My quick scan through the titles had me stuck on one we hadn't received before - Marie-Chantal - a children's clothing catalog filled with classic European style.  I recognized her name instantly, but more often I've seen it referred to in a formal manner as Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece.  Her personal fashion style and beautifully decorated homes have always been featured subjects of lifestyle magazines.  But, I hadn't realized that Marie-Chantal had launched her own children's clothing line.  How appropriate for a mother of 5, she offers the right blend of timeless style with the needs of everyday baby & children's wear.

The Cover of Marie-Chantal Clothing Catalog, Fall/Winter 2010


The Inside Cover Photo from the Marie-Chantal Catalog - Featuring Prince Pavlos of Greece, Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece and their 5 Children - Olympia, Constantine, Achileas, Odysseas, and Aristide.


Marie-Chantal's discerning taste and polished sophistication seemingly takes influence from a lifetime of travel - born in London, raised in Hong Kong, Switzerland, and Paris, and pursued her undergraduate studies in New York City.  Her father, Robert Miller, is the successful businessman behind duty-free shopping - founded in the 1960's, by 1970 was generating a billion dollar a year profit.  Early on in the society pages, Marie-Chantal and her two sisters, Pia and Alexandra, were referred to as "The Miller Sisters" - all 3 beautiful and accomplished.  But it was a kismet blind date set up by friends with whom she met the man that became her husband, Prince Pavlos of Greece.

Prince Pavlos and Princess Marie-Chantal


I keep stacks of plastic bins filled with torn out pages of inspiring photos from various shelter magazines.  I've included the images I saved from Marie-Chantal's London town house featured in the November 2006 House & Garden Magazine. Check out the photos below for a look into her elegant family home.  Click here for more info on the Prince and Princess from Vanity Fair's 2008 article.










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