INDEX: Award 2015 Ceremony

Thursday August, 27th
Et billede slået op af Danish Design Centre (@designcentret) den

Crown Princess Mary attended the this years INDEX: Award 2015 Ceremony in Kulturværftet, Helsingør.

Around 8:00 pm. local time, Mary arrived to Kulturværftet in Helsingør to attend this year's INDEX: Award 2015 Ceremony. It is certainly not the first time she participates and this year was no exception. The award is given to sustainable inventions and solutions developed by both men and women. Actually it's the biggest prize when we talk about sustainable awards, in the world. This is also the reason for all the international and national guests were invited. And of course Denmark's fashion Queen No. 1 was invited. It's not that often we see Mary wear sustainable clothes but it happens. The INDEX: Award is much more than clothes and I think Mary is very interested in the latest innovative inventions. Maybe it will be useful in her work with her foundation or for some of her other projects. Despite all the important guests Mary was still the star of the show! From the second she arrived and entered the building to the time when she was standing on the stage where she congratulated the winners and hosts of the show - Lilian Gjerulf Kretz and Steffen Kretz. If you would like to know more about these five projects, learn more here. It is quite interesting. 

Five winners from four continents have been found and what they have in common is to make people's lives around the world better with their design. The five winners share a sum of € 500,000, the largest design prize in the world. I think we can agree that it is a grand event Mary attended yesterday. I have been looking to this event last night to see glamorous dresses, sparkling jewellery and stunning hairstyles. I have to admit I'm a little disappointed by her look. No evening dress, no overwhelming jewellery and no eye catching hairstyle. Non. Way too casual. Not that don't like her look because I do -very much indeed! Just not for an evening like this. What is your opinion? Her wavy hair I love more than anything and it looks like it has become darker since the opening of the psychiatric hospital a couple of days ago. One more thought about her hair; I think she had haircut. I know that curls make it shorter, still I think she had a little haircut. Makes her look ultra feminine with the dark eyeshadow and her brown eyes. She amazed wearing golden Marianne Dulong earrings featuring diamonds and the twisted Orit Elhanati necklace. The bangle she wore we first saw at the Designers' Nest a few weeks ago. Do you remember it? Of course you do! Pernille have been able to identify this wonderful bracelet featuring a large, yellow citrine stone. The designer is Børge Niels Knusen. Fantastic piece of work. She matched the bracelet with an old ring on the same hand. She chose to wear a black satin clutch and golden slitter Gianvito Rossi pumps which I adore pretty much. The clutch has now been identified by Kate as her old, very old, Louis Vuitton. I only aware of her wearing it once. Thanks to Kate!

The more I look at her, the more I love her outfit! I know, I gave the impression I didn't like it but she wear everything so beautifully. She convinced me that a printed skirt also is stylish to wear at an fashion event. Printed skirts are the new evening dress! They are so trendy. Mary is a trendsetter. I usually stars by commenting on her clothes, today it's the other way around. Hope you don't mind. Mary chose to wear a sleeveless black blouse and a lace medium length skirt. I identified it as Ganni! Available at their website. I would really much like to know what you think of yesterday's outfit. 

Skirt: Ganni City Hall Lace Skirt DKK 1,999
Earrings: Marianne Dulong Kharisma DKK 18,200
Necklace: Orit Elhanati The Abyss Necklace DKK 10,300
Bracelet: Børge Niels Knudsen Vintage Bangle in 14K Gold w. Citrine DKK approx. 5,800
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi Gold Glitter Pumps £470
Clutch: Louis Vuitton Monogram Motard Minaudiere $895

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