The Women's Board Award 2016

Friday, January 29th

Crown Princess Mary attended the presentation of the Women's Board Award 2016, here, taking place in DeloitteHuset, Copenhagen. 1

It is the third time the Crown Princess is present at the presentation of the Women's Board Award. It focuses on skills, not gender. The Women's Board Award launched in 2014 and is inspired by the Norwegian Gabrielsen Award with same focus -skills, not gender. This is a great way for the Crown Princess to show her support on gender equality, though she can't comment on political matter. But somehow she manages to find a balance on what to say; and when to say it. All 200 special invited guests were welcomed by two former winners, Eva Berneke CEO of KMD and Merete Eldrup CEO at TV2. The two of them also gave each their impressive speech. When Merete Eldrup was given the award in 2015, the Crown Princess was the one handing over the award to her. The Crown Princess herself also entered the stage and justified why the jury had chosen Lene Skole, CEO of Lundbeck Foundation as this years winner of the Women's Board Award. In both Danish and English she pointed out how important it is improve possibilities for female leaders and inspire women to reach higher in life.
Mary appeared wearing a grey tweed dress at the presentation of the Women's Board Award 2016. the dress features a beautiful white collar and black belt. She wore it for the first time with powder pink T-strap pumps when visiting the Netherlands in 2015. Here she attended the Global Network of Women's Shelters' Conference, here. At that time it was told to be from Miu Miu, but with some help from Heaven it has now been identified as Prada. I feel almost in love with her dress. So classy and edgy at the same time. Also the Prada pumps are a reuse from when Mary attended the presentation of the Heart Association's Research Award, here. Think they are a way better match with her tweed dress. Grey and burgundy just makes a great outfit. She accessorized her outfit with a pair of Hartmann's diamond earrings and one of her bracelets from Marianne Dulong. Not to forget that stunning burgundy nail polish. To match both shoes and nail polish she added a new suede clutch, which I'm pretty sure is form Hugo Boss, to makes the outfit look even better. I wouldn't mind wearing this outfit myself. Any time a day. Any time a year. I am simply stunned.

Earrings: Hartmann's
Dress: Prada Grey Dress w. White Collar
Bracelet: Marianne Dulong Anello Pearl Bracelet
Clutch: Hugo Boss Purple Clutch

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