Meeting with "Global Fashion Agenda"

22 June

For many many years, the Crown Princess has attended the annual Copenhagen Fashion Summit. Actually, she has attended the event almost every year since 2009. On more than one occasion, Crown Princess Mary has been patron and advocate for the subject on fashion. In 2018, she become patron of the Global Fashion Agenda (GFA). Together, Copenhagen Fashion Summit and the Global Fashion Agenda focuses on the fashion industry - especially, more sustainable solutions.

On Tuesday, Crown Princess Mary met with Niels Eskildsen, Chairman of the Board of GFA and their new CEO Federica Marchionni. The meeting took place at Amalienborg. The three of them talked about GFA's priorities to improve the fashion industry. To make a more sustainable fashion industry.

When meeting with Federica Marchionni and Niels Eskildsen, Mary dazzled wearing a brand new printed wrap dress. A least that is what it looks like and with some help from Heaven, we now know that it is in fact a wrap dress from ba&sh. Thanks for sharing this great find with me.

A blurry photo makes it a bit difficult to see details, but I recognize her golden Dulong Fine Jewelry bangle. I sense that Mary is also wearing one or two golden necklaces. One of them is her Ebba Sydow Jewelry piece. Do you see a second one too? Maybe she is also wearing earrings? The shape makes me think of Louise Grønlykke, but I am not sure. I suggest Louise Grønlykke because the shape reminds me so much of a rather new pair of earrings (here). Maybe they come with removable pendants? Her little clutch is from Tapet Café. We often see it, when she attending meetings at Amalienborg or if we get a glimpse of her home office.

Have you ever thought about their choice of interior? Sure, the couple are surrounded by huge golden mirrors and fine candelabras, but they also like 21st century design. For instance, Mary has a love of Arne Jacobsen chairs (here) - with purple cover. Multiple photos are also often seen in their offices. Mary's meeting room is also very interesting. I specifically noticed one thing: the white book with red pages on the self behind her. That is rather new. I found it to be "The Queen's People" by Assouline (here). She was serving coffee (or tea) in Royal Copenhagen cups (here).


Dress ● ba&sh, here

Necklace ● Ebba Sydow Jewelry, here

Bracelet ● Dulong Fine Jewelry, here

Clutch ● Tapet Café, here

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