Monday, June 11th
On Monday the Crown Princess attended two unofficial meeting about a new project called UN Live, which will become a global UN-museum located in Copenhagen. The UN Live Museum is suppose to act as a global gathering place for UN values and goals. It will be a place for development, problems solving and an invitation for innovation. During the meetings she met with among others, former Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon and CEO of Realdania, Jesper Nygård along with several other representatives from Danish foundations and organizations. From what I see, the Crown Princess was all ears. For years she has supported the United Nations values and goals, and is trying to make the world a better place for especially girls and women across the globe. Can't help myself from thinking that she was inspired by organizations like the United Nations. Looking forward to follow the work on this new museum.
At the two meetings in Copenhagen, Mary had chosen a good old dress from Hugo Boss - not seen for years. A dress like this has been worn by the Crown Princess many times about now, for instance in 2012, here, and 2016, here. Do you remember the dress? When do you think she wore it better? Think it is the first time she wears it with a coat, but it looks brilliant. Talking about the coat, then I only know very little about it though it goes years back in time. I was able to find her wearing it at an event in 2012, here. She has a similar one with black details around the neckline. As seen before, Mary chose to wear her coral, diamond earrings from Dulong Fine Jewelry. These earrings have followed her for years just as with the dress and coat. A clear proof that your clothes can always be mixed and matched, even after more than six years. It is all about creativity and feeling comfortable in what you're wearing. From Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen she accessorized her outfit with both a golden chain bracelet and diamond rings. Prada is the designer of the Saffiano Cuir Double tote from the meeting, as Gianvito Rossi created the navy blue pumps. What a lovely outfit.