Her Majesty Queen Letizia presided over the 4th edition of Discapnet awards ceremony, which distinguished the best initiatives and actions in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) applied to improve the quality of life of people with Disability, as well as companies, entities or organizations that have developed a continuous work in the field of ICT accessibility.
During the event, Her Majesty the Queen remarked “thanks again to those who never forget that life can be easier for those who need it” to add next that “that effort, which should be that of society as a whole, worth”.
Queen also went to the DOMO 360º, where she attended the screening of an audiovisual on DISCAPNET and presented the prizes that in this edition were structured in three categories.
For the technical event, Queen looked nautically chic. She chose one of her go-to label HUGO BOSS bright orange-red cigarette pants and matched it with a rusty Binesa Stripe Shirt and leather belt from the same label.
The HUGO BOSS Binesa Silk Shirt featured nautical styled strips in black, white, red and blue colour. The shirt is already out of stock from the online store. The shirt is currently available at Kennedi for £220.00.
She paired he outfit with Magrit ‘Alicia’ D’Orsay red suede leather heels that debuted in 2016 during Princess of Asturias awards.
She carried Carolina Herrera ‘Baret’ clutch in red and dark blue tone to match the outfit.
The matching versatile 2.5cm HUGOBOSS belt is made of fine Italian leather and features a polished single-pin roller buckle, a tonal leather keeper and sharp square tip. It’s available at £125.00 in different tones.
The outfit was not the only new item in today’s look. Letizia complemented her looks with new Double Dagger earrings from Gold&Roses. Earrings can be bought at the online store for € 2,125. As per the description available on the official website of Gold&Roses the pair is white gold and diamond inspired by the daggers of the Arab Warriors.