Thursday, April 13th
In the morning the Crown Princess met with, among others, Eva Kruse CEO of Global Fashion Agenda to talk about Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2018 -an annual meeting focusing on a sustainable fashion industry, here. The event will take place in next month from May 15-16th.
Around afternoon she arrived to YUME in Copenhagen to attend the opening of a new photo exhibition called 'Transformation'. It shows portraits of young Kenyan women from one of Africa's largest slums in Nairobi. The exhibition is a collaboration between photographer Signe Vilstrup and the development organization Plan BØRNEfonden, here. When the Crown Princess arrived she was warmly welcomed by the Vice Chairman of Plan BØRNEfonden Allan Fengerog and CEO of Plan BØRNEfonden Gewn Wisti. They welcomed a smily and good-looking Crown Princess. Minister of Development Ulla Tørnæs also attended the event. Guided by the photographer herself, the Crown Princess listened with great interest to everything she was told and shown at the exhibition. Signe Vilstrup visited Kenya in February to meet and portray the young women exhibited at YUME. I was once told that pictures can say more than a thousand words. Now the young women have the opportunity to tell their story without a single word. Impressive how strong pictures can be.
Think she impressed everyone with her new white blouse featuring floral application. Am I right? So far I haven't been able to identify the blouse and it really bothers me. Heaven thinks it could be a Prada design, here. Take a look and let me know what you think. She embraced the feminine style of the blouse with a pair of black belted trousers and long coat, which I do not think we have seen before. Makes her look very elegant and everyday chic at the same time. Keeping the outfit simple and delicate, Mary had chosen to wear drop earrings and a few diamond rings from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. All pieces we have seen before; several times actually. Same goes with the bracelet on her right wrist, which is from Dulong Fine Jewelry -I guess. Looks much like their other designs. I do not see any back or clutch, but I differently see black studded pumps from no one else than Valentino. Not sure I'm all thrilled about the combo but she makes it work, especially with the minimalistic coat. What I really love about this outfit, is the fact that she looks so comfortable and confident in what she's wearing. Now we just need to find out where that new blouse is from.
Earrings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen White Moonstone Lotus Drop Earrings
Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry Piccolo Bracelet
Rings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bands
Shoes ● Valentino Rockstud Leather 100mm Pump