Copenhagen Fashion Week 2015

Thursday, August 6th

Crown Princess Mary attended the annual Copenhagen Fashion Week 2015 in Copenhagen.

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Finally, it is time for Copenhagen Fashion Week 2015! Something I look forward to each year. Unfortunately the fashion week is always at the same time as I'm on vacation. The same happened this year. All the great things happen when I not around. The fashion week is one of my personal favourite events because of the stylish and modern outfits we always see. I think we see a different site of the Crown Princess' style. All of us who follow the latest fashion, just a little bit, know that the world of fashion changes fast and what we see on the runway is often not something we would wear. It's only for inspiration: take what you like and style it the way you love. But the Crown Princess always captures the latest trend from the Danish fashion world with her one single outfit. Back in time she attended much more shows than she does today. Now she only appear at the event a couple of times. This year she attended several shows. One of them was at Malene Birger, which she attended with her friend, actress Ellen Hillingsø.

There are so many details and components to look at with this outfit from clothes to jewellery. I'm not sure where to begin. Black may not be the right colour to wear when it's warm outside, but her new floor length skirt and matching top are made of different fabrics and the shear parts makes it less warm. Mary attended a Malene Birger show, so it does not surprise me that her layer skirt has been found at By Malene Birger. Here I want to thanks all of you who shared the ID with me. Apparently, the blouse is from the same designer. So far I haven't been able to prove. No one like Mary wears a black outfits with such elegance. The combination of the layer skirt and the sleeveless blouse is just great. At the arrival, accompanied by actress Ellen Hillingsø, she wore Dolce & Gabbana shades. I love the fact that she's wearing shades and to an outfit like this. Not something you see many royal's do.

I was very surprised to see that she had no clutch with her at the event in Copenhagen. She always wear some kind of clutch or bag. I miss one, but when I look at all the other stunning jewellery she added to her stylish outfit, I do not complain. Both new and reused pieces. No earrings but a rather large new necklace in a beautiful shape. The style of it is classic Danish design from the 60s and 70s such as the new cuff on her left wrist. Modern jewellery with a touch of vintage/retro from By Malene Birger (Pre-Spring 2016). When I'm talking about vintage and retro 60s I need to mention she's wearing the most trendy colour when it comes to nail polish -every women's favourite in the 60s. I almost forgot to mention the golden Orit Elhanati necklace. On the other arm she wore several different Anni Lu and Charlotte Wæhrens bracelets and two rings from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. Once, on November 21 2011 in Australia, we have seen her wear the amazing t-bar sandals from Christian Louboutin. It took quite some years to find the right model, but Pernille who is a friend of mine, finally found the right one. So now we know for sure that Louboutin is the designer. I am absolutely in love with this look!

Skirt: By Malene Birger Alessal Skirt
Sunglasses: Dolce & Gabbana DG4175
Necklace: Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace
Necklace: By Malene Birger Monteux Choker
Necklace: Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace
Bracelets: Anni Lu Mess Army Bracelet
Bracelet: Anni Lu Fun Bracelet Army
Bracelet: Charlotte Wæhrens Rainbow Bracelet w. Saphires
Bracelet: By Malene Birger Edeson Bracelet
Ring: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands Ring
Ring: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Leves Ring in 18K Yellow Gold
Shoes: Christian Louboutin Pink Leather Heels

Ideas for identification
Blouse: By Malene Birger

2 comments:

  1. She is a great spokesperson for Danish design!

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    1. She really is! Women across the world look at her and find her as a source of inspiration, which is great for the design industry in Denmark. Well we also have really good designer :)

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