Presentation of the Crown Prince Couple's Prizes 2019

02 November


In the evening the Crown Prince Couple were participating the Crown Prince Couple's Prizes 2019 in Odense. This is also the occasion why Crown Prince Frederik and his wife, Crown Princess Mary payed a visit to the Art Museum Brandts in the afternoon. Brandts is one of Denmarks first museum's combining art, visual culture and present both new and classic art.

The couple were warmly welcomed with handshakes, smiles and the Crown Princess was of course given a beautiful bouquet of flowers at the arrival. Chairman of the Board of Art Museum Brandts, Bolette Christensen was one of the people who took part in the guided tour given to the Crown Prince Couple while visiting the museum.

It was with great interest that both of them listened, watched and asked questions about the exhibitions. The royal couple got the opportunity to watch an exhibition by Danish artist, Adam Jeppesen. He is, at the moment, exhibiting the exhibition 'The Great Filter". They also admired a brand new exhibition about the island of Funen. After visiting Brandts, the Crown Prince Couple drove to Odeon, where the show was taking place, to participate in the rehearsal, here.

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Time is up! Around 9 pm local time the Crown Prince and Crown Princess arrived in a great spirit to Odeon in Odense where the show was taking place. The show we have all been waiting for since last year. Of course I am talking about The Crown Prince Couple's Prizes 2019.

The show goes back to the time when the couple got married in 2004. It was a gift from the Bikuben Foundation to the couple. The show and its prizes are all about highlight extraordinary achievement in cultural and social work in Danish, Greenlandic and the Faroe Islands. This is why Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary gather people every year - now for 15 years.

From first raw and alternating on stage did the couple participate their own show for around 1,5 hour. It was all broadcasted live on Danish television. If you would like to watch last nights great show, then it can be found right here. Four prizes were presented and handed over by the Crown Prince couple. Here is who won: The Crown Prince Couple's Social Prize was given to Bydelsmødre, meanwhile The Crown Prince Couple's Cultural Prize went to Elsa Dreisig, opera singer. The two Crown Prince Couples Stardust Prizes were given to songwriter and singer, Jada and FRAK - a social economy business. Read more about the winner, here. Congratulation to all the winners!

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Visiting the Art Museum Brandts in Odense Mary was beautifully dressed in a lovely color combination of powder pink and light grey. What a stunning outfit. She had chosen to wear all reused clothes. The grey fitted trousers is still unidentified and I have no clue where to find them. So let me know if you have the information about them that I need to track them down.

The powder pink turtleneck blouse is a reuse from ZARA. This is the first time she wears it in public. Mary matched this wonderful blouse with a double-breasted Prada jacket. Also a reuse that goes some years back. Unfortunately, I have never been able to find the exact same model as she is wearing.

She accessorized the chic and feminine outfit by wearing old diamond earrings shaped as flowers. They are from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, such as the delicate diamond band wrapping around her finger. Last but not least Mary wore light grey suede pointed pumps from Gianvito Rossi. There is no doubt in my mind that I going to try this outfit myself.

I was truly impressed by what Mary wore earlier in the afternoon visiting the art museum in Odense, but her evening wear impressed me even more. She was dressed in a new magnificent creation by Søren Le Schmidt. He confirmed to a good friend of mine that it is a custom-made dress. Just look how the skirt all dramatically makes an entrance. And how her one shoulder and arm is covered by a thin layer of fabric. I can not wait to see this dress again. I imagine it worn with many of her accessories.

This time she had chosen to embrace the style with several golden bracelets. Heaven recognized one of them as being a Rebekka Notkin design. Kate found that her new golden and diamond ring is also a Rebekka Notkin creation. Personally I believe that the larger golden bangle is also a Notkin design as we already know that her shell earrings are. Love how she manages to wear so many jewellery and make it look so simple and casual. And she wore more jewellery. A Dulong Fine Jewelry bracelet and one from Cartier.

She matched all the golden jewellery with pointed golden glitter pumps from Gianvito Rossi and a reused sequin clutch from Prada. From what I hear you also like her outfit at the award show, am I right?

Jacket ● Prada
Blouse ● ZARA, here
Earrings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen
Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here
Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

Dress ● Søren Le Schmidt, here
Earrings ● Rebekka Notkin, here
Bracelet ● Rebekka Notkin, here
Bracelet ● Rebekka Notkin, here
Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here
Bracelet ● Cartier, here
Ring ● Rebekka Notkin, here
Clutch ● Prada, here
Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

1 comment:

  1. The evening wear is classic. Regal and so elegant. The cascading sleeve cape is divine. The fall and flow of the gown on movement is spot on. Love the colour. CP Mary looks beautiful. Her hair and makeup are spot on. Accessories shoes and clutch gorgeous. Jewellery I love.