Young Global Leaders’ Seminar

Thursday, June 19th
Photo @Agnés Colbert
Crown Princess Mary attended the Young Global Leaders' Seminar on Efficient Energy Development at Eigtveds Pakhus in Copenhagen.

The Forum of Young Global Leaders
It all began back in 1971 where the first European Management Symposium was launched, based in Geneva, Switzerland. The founder is Professor Schwab. He invited European business leaders to Switzerland each January to the Annual Meeting. Gathered to focus on how European companies could catch up with US management practices. Today this meeting has developed to have more than 13 communities, one of them is Young Global Leaders with around 900 exceptional young leaders. Read more about YGL here.


Now it is two years since the Crown Princess was announced member of Young Global Leaders by World Economic Forum because of her outstanding leadership, successful performance and commitment to the community. Along with 192 other members from 59 countries around the globe, she has discussed the global economy with the world's political and business leaders. In Denmark royals ain't allowed to express themselves political, despite that Mary managed to enter this world of law, rules, ethic and political issues. But every time she's keynote speaker, it's important for her to find the balance as member of the royal family and member of Young Global Leaders. This is why I, among others, think Mary is truly admired for her commitment in the global debate -because although she can't speak freely, does not mean she do not speak at all. Mary has found her way to the podium and now speaks on behalf a millions of people.

Then yesterday Mary attended a seminar with other members of the Young Global Leaders. She arrived in a great mood along with her lady-in-waiting, where she was warmly welcomed. This was indeed an official event, but only a few photographers and journalists showed up. Luckily Agnés Colbert showed up and got these wonderful photos she have given me permission to share with you. (Please remember to ask for permission if you also want to share her photos). Shortly after the arrival she entered the building to attend the seminar. Couple of hours later she drove back home, hopefully with lots of new information. 

Photo @Angés Colbert

Photo @Angés Colbert
As previously told, only very few photos have been published from her presence at the Young Global Leaders’ Seminar at Eigtveds Pakhus, Copenhagen, which made it so difficult in details to see what Mary was wearing. Now I have Agnés' photos and it's clear to me she wore many wonderful accessories. She matched an old Parker blouse with a black pencil skirt. Looks great! Perfect way to look smashing at work. Quite some years ago she wore this blouse for the first time, also with a pencil skirt I think. Looking dazzling her outfit was styled with the year old Bottega Veneta bag, the most incredible Gianvito Rossi pumps and jewellery from both Shamballa JewelsOle Lynggaard Copenhagen and Orit Elhanati. The short golden necklace cause me lot of trouble trying to identify where it's from. And I'm not the reason why it was found, you are! Close up photos also showed me that Mary wore both earrings and a lovely long necklace from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. Normally I do not like mixing up gold and silver jewellery, but somehow Mary manages to do it with perfection. I have come to like it after all, especially after this. 

Blouse: Parker
Bag: Bottega Veneta Large Campana Hobo in Black
Earrings: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen White Moonstone Yellow Gold Lotus Drop Earrings
Necklace / Pendant: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Lotus Pendant
Necklace: Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace
Rings: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands Ring
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi Python Pumps in Grey

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