The event was held in honour of artist Barbara Kruger and director Quentin Tarantino, director of films such as Pulp Function and Kill Bill. Both honourees received a video tribute and standing ovation at the celebrity-packed event. Gucci presented the night (even the footmen were clad in the brand) hence Charlotte's attendance, as the face of the brand's cosmetics collection.
Charlotte looked radiant in a flowing, halter-neck blue and green Gucci gown with embellishment and a floral pattern. The Gucci partnership works well in a number of ways, aside from the lucrative deal for Charlotte, as wearing the brand's designs has helped her hone her own signature style which embodies effortless, cool chic.
A closer look at the dress from the Spring/Summer 2015 collection on the runway.
Showing off the gown, Charlotte wore her hair in an elegant updo.
Pretty accessories included a thumb ring, a diamond ring, bracelet and black nail polish.
Charlotte posing with Gucci's creative director Frida Giannini, Henri Pinault and actress Salma Hayek.
What does the future hold for Ms. Casiraghi? In a recent interview with Elle Italia, she was asked if she's considered acting: "Never say never, but I don't have a natural inclination for acting. I prefer writing, or movie production. Two activities that take place behind the scenes."