Today Queen Letizia of Spain presided over the XXVIII edition of the “Premio Tomás Francisco Prieto” award that distinguishes the professional and human career of prestigious artists, to the sculptress Victoria Civera at Zarzuela Palace in Madrid.
During the event, Queen also presented the diplomas to the students of the VI Promotion of the Master in Media Graphic Printing, Illustration and Artistic Mural.
Some postgraduate studies of the University of Castilla La Mancha have taught in collaboration with the National Factory of Currency and Timbre-Real Casa de la Moneda.
At the event, the Queen received a gift from Mr Mitsuo Miura, the gold medal designed by himself as the winner of the year 2016.
For today’s low-key event, Queen Letizia chose a simple yet formal look.
She recycled her monochrome Roberto Verino’s Jacquard pencil leopard print skirt from label’s 2016 autumn/winter collection that she wore in December last year during Girona Foundation meeting.
Queen also premiered another black sweater today. The fine knit sweater features draw-tie strings at the neckline with elbow-length sleeves. The label of the sweater is still unknown.
She paired the look with her Prada ‘ Saffiano ‘ black patent leather pointy toe pumps.
Letizia finished her look with CooLook earrings. The Silver earrings covered in rose gold are mounted with a combination of natural stone, quartz fumé, onyx and colourless quartz and are hand-carved in an irregular way.