Today, Queen Letizia had two different engagements. In the morning, Queen attended the presentation of the “#Femtástica” Project, created by the Drug Addiction Assistance Foundation and Samsung #somosSMARTgirl.
The project aims to give voice to young women as producers and consumers of digital content and to help alleviate the deficit of female voices and looks in the production of content and its visibility. During the event, project # Femtástica was presented with the projection of slides and videos. A dialogue “The technological narrative: are we on time?” Began and the manifesto “I am # Fantastic” was also presented.
# Femtástica opens the window on the gender perspective is in itself, whose initiative focuses exclusively on women who stand out in the current digital landscape and make them visible, as a speaker of their trajectories and their merits.
The project develops one theme per quarter with its own audiovisual material, social media strategy and debate with its protagonists and communities.
Before leaving, Queen met with the FAD participants and managers, assistants and guests.
Later in the day, Queen joined her husband King Felipe to Arganda del Rey to know the extent of the floods of this Madrid town. On August 26, the town of Arganda del Rey suffered some floods caused by the “Cold Drop”, almost three weeks later it was again affected by floods caused by isolated depression at high levels.
During the visit, Felipe and Letizia met with authorities, staff and volunteers who were among the first responders. The couple attended a work meeting where they were informed of the means used to curb the floods and the impact of the floods.
Felipe and Letizia our of the affected streets, where they were able to observe the recovery work and the damage caused by the neighbours and owners of the commercial premises. At Calle Real, they were informed about the reasons that caused the floods and the actions and infrastructure works that will be carried out to avoid future floods.
During the tour, Felipe and Letizia saw Hernández Photographic Studio where they observed the photographs of the previous flood in the city.
The royal couple was warmly greeted by the locals who gathered to see them.
For the day that had two context-wise opposite engagements without any time for an outfit change, Queen Letizia trod the water very carefully but stylishly. She wore Massimo Dutti textured weave gilet that she debuted in May 2017.
Letizia again wore the gilet in April 2018 at Rare Disease Congress.
Once again Queen paired the look with her black Uterque leggings.
In the morning, Letizia was wearing her black Steve Madden vinyl sandals.
For the second engagement, Queen chose Uterque Leather Loafers with Chain Link. The €89 Black loafers in goatskin leather feature a golden metal chain on the vamp and goatskin leather lining and insoles. They are currently available online.
Letizia finished her look with small stud earrings that we first saw during Mozambique visit earlier this year and
her ever-present Karen Hallem ring.