Today Queen Letizia of Spain attended the inauguration meeting of foundation Miguel de Cervantes which addressed the work of the next course, the Plan of cultural shock and cooperation with other public and private entities, in the international promotion of the Spanish language and culture in Spanish today in Malaga.
The organization was established in 1991 after the name of Miguel de Cervantes writer of the classic novel ‘Don Quixote’.
Every year, the leaders of the Cervantes Institute around the world hold a meeting to discuss the work carried out by the Institute to promote the Spanish language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries internationally and the priorities for the next academic year.
For the event, Queen chose the colour that oozes power – Red that also matched the colour of the institution.
She brought back the red Crinkle-effect Nina Ricci draped sleeveless dress that we first saw during Michelle Obama’s visit to Spain in 2016.
The dress belongs to the label’s fall 2016 collection. The red shift dress is crafted from lightweight crepe that’s artfully set with textured crinkles. It has cleverly placed seams that wrap around the figure for a flattering effect, as well as a smooth back panel to ensure a streamlined finish. Currently, the dress is retailing at MatchesFashion for £439 at 70% discount.
A closer look at the dress.
Letizia chose the Touse 18 carat gold earrings made from small shells. The earrings were specially designed by the designer Rosa Oriol for her.
She finished her looks with a new pair of high heel sandals from Magrit in the same colour tone.