The DI Prize 2020

29th September

To be an inspiration to others is what the DI Prize is all about. Each year, the DI Prize is given to a Danish company, who have made a certain effort within a current theme in both the society and in business. This years theme was green transition.

Crown Princess Mary arrived to the House of Industry in Copenhagen to give a speech and later present this years winner of the DI Prize 2020. The award is presented as part of the DI Business Summit entitled "Denmark back to the Future". At the arrival, she was warmly welcomed by the international CEO of Danish Industry, Thomas Bustrup and  Chairman of Danish Industry, Lars-Peter Søbye. The Danish Prime Minister, Mette Frederiksen also attended the event and was part of the welcoming committee.

Clearly, the Crown Princess was proud when she spoke at the summit. With great pride in her voice, she said how proud it makes her to feel that businesses in Denmark work with a green transition as a mentality, not as a responsibility we just have to take. It is part of who they are as a business.

As guest of honor, Crown Princess Mary also presented the winner of the DI Prize 2020: Troldtekt. A company that produces sustainable acoustic panels for the construction industry. They have incorporated a health mentality about materials and made excess material a new usable ressorce. Congratulations to Troldtekt.

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For yesterdays event, Mary had chosen one of my favorite jumpsuits from her wardrobe. A grey checked suit from Max Mara. This is only the second time we see it. Maybe you remember when she first wore it? It was when Crown Princess Victoria and her husband, Prince Daniel visited Denmark last year. The Danish Crown Prince Couple hosted a business promotion visit with the Swedish couple as guests of honor, here. Back then, Mary impressed the world with her outfit. She did one more time.

I am always up for a good jumpsuit. To me it is like a trailered pants suits. Wearing a jumpsuit is both comfortable, makes an easy outfit and gives a boost of confident. Do you like wearing jumpsuits? Mary does not wear them as often as I would like, but when she do I get super thrilled.

Presenting the DI Prize, she embraced the style of her jumpsuit by wearing simple one-color accessories. Much like the first time in 2019. Actually, little has changed. The stunning earrings are from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. Two out of three golden bracelets are creations from talented Dulong Fine Jewelry. The last golden bangle is her love band from Cartier. One of her most beloved pieces of jewellery. That little diamond ring on her left hand, is also an Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen piece.

A first I thought we had seen that black clutch before. Then I was not sure. I had a few different designers in mind, but somehow it did not match any of her old clutches. With a little more research I have come to the conclusion that is an old one from Carlend Copenhagen. They confirmed that to me. The model is called Vanessa and is made of crocodile. Matching the rest of her modern look, she had chosen black pointed Gianvito Rossi pumps.

We cannot forget to take a look at her hairstyle. Even though it is as simple as it gets (a ponytail), then take one more look and tell me that is does not look simple at all. Mary makes a ponytail look super chic and stylish. Anyone who would sign up for that one as an everyday hairstyle? Count me in.


Jumpsuit ● Max Mara, here

Earrings ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Cartier, here

Ring ● Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, here

Clutch ● Carlend Copenhagen

Shoes ● Gianvito Rossi, here

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