Conference on UN's 17th World Goals for Sustainable Development

Friday, March 18th

Crown Princess Mary attended the opening of UN's 17 World Goals for Sustainable Development conference at Dansk Industri in Copenhagen.

It is no secret that the Crown Princess has been committed to fight for girls and women's rights, health and well-being for a very long time. She is patron of several national- and international organizations, foundations and associations. She has often been one of the most wanted key note speakers at international conferences for several years. The Crown Princess is advocate for an open dialogue is the first step to a better world with an understanding of gender equality and the benefits that are to focus on girls and women's lives. How little things can help to change the vision we have on gender equality -to focus on girls and women worldwide to improve their situation will, for sure, trigger a wheel of changes which would naturally happens. Education gives the opportunity for a future with more money, the ability to take proper care of a family, a job will make life more stabile and so on. Of course she is not the only one to work for a world without poverty, better opportunities for women and sustainable environmental approaches, because in 2015 at a meeting in New York with the United Nations adopted by world leaders 17 world goals dealing with these things and many more around the environment, economy and socially. These 17 world goals are kind of guidelines for the next 15 years to develop sustainable solutions. Now about a year later the Crown Princess attended the opening of UN's 17 World Goals for Sustainable Development-conference in Copenhagen with a ten minutes long speech in English. We need to deal with issues as for instance the environment and how we improve the living conditions for the poor part of the world's population. Early morning she arrived to Dansk Indutri in Copenhagen with a smile on her lips and twinkle in the eyes. She was welcomed by the flower girl Frida, who handed over a wonderful bouquet of flowers to the Crown Princess. Impressed by her speech, representatives from all over the world were gathered to make the opening of the conference a unique experience.

What a sophisticated and good looking outfit Mary had chosen to wear at the opening. The match between something modern and edgy in rather neutral colours. This was differently an outfit I would wear without a doubt. Everything looks really good. Especially to this time a year where we still have changeable weather from sunshine to rainy days. What I first noticed about her look is the combo of work wear and a casual hairstyle. A beautiful choice. Funny why I noticed her ponytail as the first thing because it's just so normal. I believe it is the most used hairstyle by women across the globe. Easy, simple and practical. Love that the skirt and blouse are made of the same fabric. That checkered print reminded me of something.. One of you mentioned the same to me. With her help we were able to locate which skirt we were both thinking of. A skirt worn last year at a meeting with Women Deliver, here, to plan this years conference held in Denmark in May. At that time I was not able to identify where it came from. It reminds me a lot of a Dolce & Gabbana-print. But as a set I am more to something like Baum und Pferdgarten. You are more than welcome to help out and if you find something I hope you will share your findings with me. She paired this lovely set with a black turtleneck, sheer tights and shiny black pumps from Gianvito Rossi. Think I see her rose gold Georg Jensen bracelet as well. In addition, Mary added a pair of round diamond earrings from Hartmann's such as the black Bottega Veneta bag. The little diamond brooch is told to be a gift from her father-in-law Prince Henrik belonging to his mother.

Bag: Bottega Veneta Intrecciato Leather Hobo Bag
Earrings: Hartmann's
Bracelet: Georg Jensen Torun Cuff in 18k Rose Gold
Shoes: Gianvito Rossi Black Patent Leather Pumps

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