September, Wednesday 2nd
Crown Princess Mary attended a gala dinner and the handing over ceremony of the Carlsberg Foundation Research awards 2015 at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.
The Carlsberg Foundation supports basic research at a high international level in social sciences, humanities and science. Glamorous as she is, the Crown Princess arrived to Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen. She was invited to hand over the two prestigious Carlsberg Foundation Research Awards 2015 and to attend a gala dinner afterwards. The awards were given to two renowned researchers who have contributed outstanding research within anthropology and biology such as physics and chemistry. The first award winner is Professor MSO Andreas Roepstorff, who is the head of the research center Interacting Minds at Aarhus University. He received his award for the research in human culture and biology. The second is Professor, DSc. Kehlet Nørskov from Stanford University, USA who received the award for his contribution to the theoretical descriptions of surface physics and chemistry, catalysts, materials, nano structures and biomolecules. I'm amazed that such things even exist! I am sure these two have received the award for all their incredible work to improve the knowledge about areas like biology and physics. Their research finding's are very important to the world. They both deserve the recognition. I'm deeply impressed. Congratulations to both of them
Mary shone like a diamond. A bright pink diamond, when she attended the evening in her stunning Valentino dress featuring lace and pleated details. The first time she wore the dress I fell in love with it. Hoped to get to see it again and we did today. She wore it last year at a beautiful wedding between Søren Jessen and Flora Montgomery in Northern Ireland, here. When Mary was about to give her speech, the laud applause made her smile and with these words: "I haven't even said anything yet" she began her speech. To match the magnificent Valentino dress Mary wore glittering pumps from Gianvito Rossi and an Annikat silver cuff featuring diamonds. Two of the three diamond rings on her right hand are from Ole Lynggard Copenhagen. I really love to see some of these accessories again. Every time she wears them she convince me to wear my own clothes and accessories more often, new ways. This is why I think so many women are impressed by her style, why they adore it so much. The light natural make up and the nude nail polish were a great match to the rest of her outfit. About a week ago Mary had her hair cut a few centimeters and now it's very clear that her hair has become a bit shorter. It was done in a half up do. As the Disney princess she is, Mary chose to wear the most dazzling long earrings featuring diamonds such as powder pink jewellery stones. To complete the looks she wore a pink clutch we have seen multiple times before at several occasions, but still it is without a designer.
Dress: Valentino Lace and Pleated Silk-Organza Dress
Bracelet: Annikat Wing Cuff
Ring: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands Ring in White Gold
Ring: Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands in White Gold
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi Glitter Pumps