Presentation of the annual Christmas Stamp 2019 + a workshop

28 October

For years and years has Crown Princess Mary attended the annual presentation of the Christmas Seal Homes' Christmas Stamps. So did she this year. The Christmas stamp goes back 115 years in time and was created to gather money to the children staying at one of the Christmas Seal Homes in Denmark. There are five homes around the country.

At this years presentation the Crown Princess was accompanied by Count Ingolf of Rosenborg and his wife, Countess Sussie. The couple have for many years been committed to support the Christmas Seal Homes such as the Crown Princess. Seems like the three of them had a wonderful time along with Per O. Jørgensen. He is the artist who designed the Christmas Stamp.

It was as patron she attended the presentation of the very fine stamp showing children, gnomes (in Danish these little men are all 'nisser') and some animal gathered at one of the Christmas Seal Homes. The jewellery designer Mads Ziegler also created something very unique to support the good cause. He designed a necklaces shaped as angles. The necklaces are available in both gold and silver and a part of the money goes to the Christmas Seal Foundation, here.

After attending the presentation with children from Christmas Seal Homes, she participated a workshop with the Mary Foundation. It focuses on children and young people in Greenland that are growing up in a home of violence, sexual abuse, alcohol abuse and other social problems. At the workshop Crown Princess Mary and all the other participants were given an overview of the situation, the different actors and what must be done to help the children who need a more safe environment to live in.

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Mary was beautifully dressed in a cool figure-hugging leather skirt and a lovey printed (and colorful) new blouse. The navy blue leather skirt is a reuse and was first worn with a black knitted blouse and matching accessories. This time Mary had chosen to embrace the style of the chic pencil skirt with a brand new blouse. A little 80s vibe hit me when I first saw the blouse. Maybe it is the colors. Her skirt was told to be from JOSEPH, but the model is all wrong. So it is still unknown to me where the skirt is from. Any ideas? The blouse on the other hand was quickly found as Roksanda. The designer that always amazed me with their sleeves. I love the balance between silhouette, colors and movement of the blouse. Smashing. When leaving the event, she showed that her grey wool-blend Massimo Dutti coat was a perfect match.

She embraced the style by wearing reused navy blue Jimmy Choo pumps. Loves how they almost hug her foot all beautifully. Looks really good on her. Not all shoes do good with ones hight, figure, legs, etc. These does the job perfectly. I do not see a bag or clutch, but I do see lots of incredible jewellery.

The diamond earrings are a design by Sophie Bille Brahe. Since the first time wearing them, Mary has loved flashing these earrings both day and night. And they do look good, right? She matched the earrings with a golden Cartier bangle and other bracelet from Dulong Fine Jewelry. One of the two diamond rings are from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. The emerald beads necklace are created by Nadia Shelbaya. A great and outstanding outfit.

Coat ● Massimo Dutti
Blouse ● Roksanda, here
Earrings ● Sophie Bille Brahehere
Necklace ● Nadia Shelbaya, here
Bracelet ● Cartier, here
Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelryhere
Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here
Shoes ● Jimmy Choo, here

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