"Digital Divide and Forced Displacement"

24 November

Crown Princess Mary gave the opening speech at the global event "Digital Divide and Forced Displacement". It is part of an annual report by DCR Dansk Flygtningehjælp focusing on issues and its affect on displaced people and with that try to challenge the humanitarian sector.

This year they challenged the understanding and preparing the humanitarian sector and those affected by forced displacement. Therefor the theme "Digitization - the digital divide and forced displacement".

Crown Princess Mary is patron of DCR Dansk Flygtningehjælp - Denmark's largest NGO.

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We know very little from this event and not much has been published. DCR Dansk Flygtningehjælp posted a single photo on their Twitter account from when she gave her speech, which took place virtually. Apparently, they also made a small interview with Mary on the occasion (see embedded post). This gave us a better clue about what she was wearing for the event.

It showed that Mary had chosen a reused white blouse featuring a lively floral print. It is from Stine Goya. Her stunning brown hair was a great contrast of the white Dulong Fine Jewelry pearl earrings. The video also revealed that she paired the blouse with lighter grey trousers and her magnificent dusty blue Strenesse coat.


SHOP THE LOOK

Coat ● Strenesse, here 

Blouse ● Stine Goya, here

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry


Publication of the CeFU-report 2021

22 November

Many people have experience solitude throughout their life. Short periods, but also more persistent. Solitude has been on the Mary Foundation's agenda for many years and especially the last few years as it is one of the consequences of the pandemic. The foundation has especially focused on solitude among young people.

Once again, the Crown Princess, together with the Mary Foundation, attended an event focusing on solitide. She attended the publication of the CeFU-report "Can youth communities hurt?". A report by the Mary Foundation and Center for Ungdomsforskning - CeFU. The event took place at Tårnby Gymnasium in Kastrup.

Crown Princess Mary also gave a speech at the event in Kastrup. She talked about her own experiences with solitude from when her mother passed away in 1997. The Crown Princess also mentioned how she experienced shorter periodes of solitude.

On occasion of the publication a workshops took place. Crown Princess Mary also participated these herself. The workshop was all about finding ways to create healthy young communities. Later the results of the workshop was presented.

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Arriving to Tårnby Gymnasium, Mary was warmly dressed in a brand new light grey winter coat. It shows very few details due to the cover of a floral printed Paul Smith scarf. Maybe we get a glimpse of her coat and will then be able to identify it. The lovely scarf goes way back. She first started wearing it in 2011. Like, when she started her travel to Africa in August 2011 (here).

Underneath, she was wearing a simple darker grey blouse from L.K. Bennett. Mary first wore this blouse at the launch of a UN report in 2016 (here). She matched it with a pair of simple black trousers. These kind of trousers are extremely difficult to find and the same goes with these.

Mary embraced her look with quite a few pieces of jewellery. Of course you noticed that magnificent golden necklace and its pendants. It is from talented Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. She also wore diamonds bands from the same designer. One in yellow gold and another one in gold. We also see her beloved Cartier bangle.

It looks like Mary was wearing black suede boots. Ankle boots I guess. They do not look new, but I cannot tell where we have seen them before. Maybe we have not. It is different with the bag. The black leather Bottega Veneta bag much be one of her oldest bags along with a certain Chanel bag (here). The glasses are Gucci.


SHOP THE LOOK

Blouse ● L.K. Bennett, here

Scarf ● Paul Smith

Glasses ● Gucci, here

Earrings ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Necklace ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Pendant ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Bag ● Bottega Veneta, here


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Annual celebration for the University of Copenhagen 2021

12 November

It was as guest of honor that Crown Princess Mary arrived to the University of Copenhagen to attend their annual celebration. It has been a tradition right from the beginning in 1479. The year the university was founded.

I get the feeling that the atmosphere was almost majestic, when she arrived. It was silent and all eyes were on the Crown Princess.

This year the celebration was all about the founding of the Niels Bohr Institutes 100th anniversary. On that occasion, three prizes were handed over and: the Education Award, the Innovation Award and the Study Environment Award. This year's honorary doctor and doctors were also proclaimed at the annual celebration.

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I had no idea what to expect from her for this event. Maybe something a bit more colourful, but I like it. I like how she made a modest honor to colours with the embellished Red Valentino dress. Thanks to UFO No More, we know where her new dress are from. I never been a huge fan of these embellished Peter Pan collars. I do not know if Mary changed my mind, but she looks gorgeous. She styled the dress with a reverse black belt. A really cleaver detail.

Hope to see a better close-up of those golden earrings. In a way, they look new to me, but I could wrong. The same goes with her rather large ring. It could be this one here. Think it is a good choice of her to only wear minimal jewellery for this outfit. This dress has to speak for itself. Nevertheless, the other accessorized complimented her look beautifully.

Somehow, we only have a few photos from the event at the University of Copenhagen and the lighting it not that good in all of them. This makes it a bit difficult to see what colour the Quidam clutch and Jimmy Choo shoes are, but they are in fact blue. 


SHOP THE LOOK

Dress ● Red Valentino, here

Clutch ● Quidam, here

Shoes ● Jimmy Choo, here


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