The Health in the 21st Centre: Data, Policy, and Digital Technology conference

21st November

Crown Princess Mary arrived in a great spirit to Langelinje Pavillonen in Copenhagen where she was about to attend the OECD conference "Health in the 21st Centre: Data, Policy, and Digital Technology". Denmark hosted the conference. The Crown Princess was warmly welcomed by Magnus Heunicke (Minster of Health and Elderly) and Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen (Deputy Director General of OECD).

The conference is part of the Knowledge-Based Health Systems - a project by OECD that works on how contries around the world can leverage health data to create knowledge that can be used for policy development. Also to drive processes of change in the health care system.

Shortly after the arrival to Langelinje Pavillonen the Crown Princess entered the stage and gave speech that made everybody listen with great attention. She spoke about digitalization and how these innovative solutions are an asset in the healthcare system and when it comes to gender equality. The speech is available here.

So another suit. I have always loved a woman in good suit not matter what color or print. Mary has a quick a couple of suits. A red one. A creamy white one. A couple of black ones and then this. The striped suit worn at the OECD conference goes way back in time. Mary first wore this dark grey suit in 2004 when visiting London, here. That makes it around 15 years old. We have seen the two-piece once more in 2004, here and then again the following year, here. Eight years later she showed up wearing the unidentified suits once again in 2013 at the High-Level Meeting Global Inequity, here. For so many years, her suits has been without a designer. But one day it turned out to be from Dolce & Gabbana. 

She embraced the style with a simple black blouse and pointed ankle boots. The boots are from Hugo Boss and features a suede cap and matching heel. We were first introduced to the boots at the theatre premiere of Liva in 2017, here. They caught everyones attention once and for all when the couple visited Museum Jorn in Silkeborg a couple of days later, here. She also accessorized the outfit with diamond earrings and a Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen ring. Simple as that.

Suits ● Dolce & Gabbana, here
Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here
Shoes ● Hugo Boss, here

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