31st August

It was a great day, when Crown Princess Mary arrived to announce a new partnership between WWF World Wild Fund for Nature and a Danish company. That company is VELUX.

She made the announcement as newly president of the WWF World Wild Fund for Nature - a title that previously belonged to her late father-in-law, Prince Henrik. I guess it was with great pleasure she said yes to become their new president. The Crown Princess already attended one job earlier last month, when she released new thornback rays in Kattegatecentret in Grenaa, here.

As president, her job is to find ways to protect endangered species and help spread solutions that can ensure a better future for both nature and the planet.

This new partnership between WWF Wold Wild Fund for Nature and VELUX (a Danish window-making company) is all about the company's climate responsibility and how to inspire other companies (both national and international) to become "Lifelime Carbon Neutral". By 2041, VELUX will work to reduce their CO2 footprint and obtain materials from forest projects led by WWF Wold Wild Fund for Nature.

Crown Princess Mary was accompanied by, among others, Bo Øksnebjerg - the Secretary-General of WWF and CEO of VELUX, David Briggs.

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What a look. Mary really amazed me with her early Fall outfit. Always loved the colors worn during Fall and Winter. Burgundy, navy blue, darker green, purple, you name it. That is exactly what Mary had chosen to wear on August 31st, when she announced a new partnership between WWF World Wild Fund for Nature and VELUX.

She embraced that Fall-inspired look by wearing a brand new silk printed blouse from Erdem. Some new things are found within minutes and others takes days and years sometimes. This new Erdem blouse was easy for someone to find. I learned about the blouse from Kate and Heaven. A really lovely blouse with a wonderful print. I see both flowers, trees, birds and monkeys. Seems like she's in to exotic printed pieces these days. Mary matched her new pieces with a simple black pleated skirt, which I think we have seen before. All belted up with a reused leather belt from Max Mara.

Also her jewellery looked smashing and deserves an extra look. The rustic white pearl earrings are old too, but so far, I have not been able to identify where they are from. Any ideas? The other pearl-piece (her bracelet) is a unique creation made by Dulong Fine Jewelry similar to this, here. Two more bracelets are also from that same designer. Cartier for the last one. Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is the master behind her small diamond studded ring. What piece of jewellery would you pick if you had the change? - I could take the Cartier bangle. Love it.

Mary rarely wears larger bags, but for this event she had chosen her old navy blue Prada bag with matching blue upholstery. Finding the model with red upholstery is no problem, but so far, I have not been able to track it down with that blue one.

A little surprisingly Mary wore bright suede purple pumps for this outfit. Usually, I do not like this shape of purple but it makes a great combo with the rest of her outfit. She wore them for the first time on a businesstrip to Italy in 2018, here. We have no official ID, but for me there are doubt: they have to be from Gianvito Rossi. A found two similar models, here and here. What do you think?


Blouse ● Erdem, here

Belt ● Max Mara

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Bag ● Prada, here

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