The Mary Foundation's Network project

Wednesday, October 8th

Crown Princess Mary visited the business school Tietgen in Odense on occasion of school using the Mary Foundation's project Netverk

Yesterday was simply amazing! Love to watch the arrival of the royal family members when the Danish Parliament is about to be opened for a new year. If you missed my post, you'll find it here. Well, that was all yesterday. Today the Crown Princess visited Tietgen business school in Odense, all because the school works with one of the Mary Foundation's project Network -or Netverk in Danish. The project is working to prevent and reduce loneliness among young people, here, which is just one of the Mary Foundation's focus areas. It was in a splendid mood the Crown Princess arrived to Odense accompanied by her lady-in-waiting Christine Pii Hansen. She was warmly welcomed with handshakes, flowers and wide smiles. Shortly after the arrival the Crown Princess entered the stage in front of several hundreds students and gave the opening speech on why loneliness is such an important topic to talk about. Afterwards, Mary took plenty of time talking to as many students as possible before she left Odense.

It was no warm day when Mary visited Tietgen school. Nether the less she had chosen no jacket, just a simple black blazer from Helmut Lang to keep her warm. Think it is the second time she's wearing that blazer. To match this Mary wore a dazzling new black and white printed dress which has taken me quite a while to figure out where is from. To make sure, then I am not the one identifying it. The dress was found at Julie Brandt and designer I do not think Mary has ever worn before. It is always great to get to know new brands and it's even better when Mary is the one introducing us! By the way, notice the very chic detail with the leather lapel. For a looooong time I was so sure her black pointed were from the designer L.K. Bennett, but you keep learning. A picture appeared online, here, and they have now been identified as SAND Copenhagen, a Danish brand just like the dress. Trying to find the pumps this designer crossed my mind, but it is pretty hard finding anything from this specific brand. I want to thanks all of you who have helped my trying to track down her shoes! Other then the black pumps, Mary embrace a everyday chic outfit with earrings and ring both from Jewlscph, such as a Carlend Copenhagen clutch. 

Blazer: Helmut Lang Leather trimmed blazer in black
Dress: Julie Brandt Marika
Earrings: Jewlscph D2090 white
Ring: Jewlscph D4027 White 
Clutch: Carlend Copenhagen Vanessa in black
Shoes: SAND Copenhagen

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