Under the aegis of Charles Kaisin, Casino de Monte-Carlo celebrated the “Game of Love and Chance” with a surrealist dinner in the venue’s prestigious Salle Blanche on Saturday. The venue was transformed into French garden for the evening. The magical event brought together more than 100 guests from all points of the globe, including Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram, Princess Caroline of Monaco, French actor Catherine Deneuve, and Vogue Arabia editor-in-chief Manuel Arnaut.
The event begin with a tour of the interactive Let’s Fall in Diamonds display, before guests enjoyed a dinner of bass with artichoke and Alba truffle.
Actors and dancers entertained attendees, which also included French actor Isabelle Huppert and Dubai-based It girl Ola Farahat.
Pascal Camia, managing director of gaming for Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer, says, “This creative and extraordinary dinner offers our customers an unforgettable experience and allows Casino de Monte-Carlo to reinforce its image as the finest and most exclusive gaming destination in Europe.”
The surrealist dinner is the second organized by Kaisin. In April, the Belgian designer hosted The Art of Gaming and the Game of Art during the Art Monte-Carlo weekend, the principality’s contemporary art fair. “Since the beginning, it has been the stage for world-famous events and evenings, reflecting the luxury and glamour of the principality. One thing is certain: it’s just the beginning,” Kaisin says.