Chiara Mastroianni is unique, daughter of an Oscar nominated screen icon, beautiful, elegant, a talented actress and comedienne and the new muse for Fendi Fragrances.
With an undeniable charm and the natural elegance of her mother, Chiara Mastroianni shares he heart between Paris and Rome. Possessor of a fiery spirit coupled with distinct femininity she carries all the attributes necessary to be the face of one of the worlds most famous luxury fashion brands. Her father, Marcello Vincenzo Domenico Mastroianni, (Knight Grand Cross) was an award winning Italian Film Actor, with a Golden Globe, Bafta’s and numerous best actor awards at prestigious film festivals, both parents have shaped her into the person she is today.
There are very few people with the hereditary make-up of Chiara Mastroianni, the combination of beauty, spirit and elegance makes her the perfect embodiment of the Fendi woman.
Following in the footsteps of her parents, Chiara made her screen debut in 1993 at the age of 21, in André Téchiné’s film, Ma saison préférée (My Favourite Season), in which she played alongside her mother Catherine Deneuve. The gentleness and sharpness with which she played the role, coupled with her own elegant, seductive style, allowed Chiara to make a name for herself. She followed this with a series of highy acclaimed supporting roles, notably in the films of Arnaud Desplechin and Téchiné.
In 1999, Manoel de Oliveira cast her in her first leading role in La Lettre (The Letter), a modern adaptation of the novel La Princesse de Clèves (The Princess of Cleves). At the end of the 2000s, she played leading roles in two films, Un chat un chat (A cat a cat) directed by Sophie Fillières, and then as Léna, one of her most important roles, in Non ma fille tu n’iras pas danser (Making plans for Lena) by Christophe Honoré.
In 2003, she played Carla Bruni the sister of director Valeria Bruni Tedeschi in her autobiographical film Il est plus facile pour un chameau (It’s easier for a camel).
In 2011 she also played alongside her mother in Les Bien-Aimés (The Beloved) working with her favourite director Christophe Honoré. This year sees Chiara in a film by Claire Denis, alongside Vincent Lindon.