Queen Letizia of Spain in Gorgeous Red for Cultural Exhibition


Queen Letizia of spain visited Concepción Arenal. La Pasión Humanista 1820-1893 in Madrid
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Spanish Queen Letizia visited the exhibition “Concepción Arenal – The Humanist Passion 1820-1893”, organized by the National Library of Spain and Spanish Cultural Action at the National Library of Spain in Madrid to mark the 200th birth year of the great Spanish thinker Concepción Arenal.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited Concepción Arenal. La Pasión Humanista 1820-1893
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Born in Ferrol, Concepción Arenal was the most important thinker of the 19th century and a key figure in Spanish culture in the forging of a liberal national consciousness. She was known for her dedication to charities and her efforts in defending prison reform when Spanish prisons were nothing more than squalid buildings where the prisoners were crowded in any way and without expectations of social reintegration.

Queen Letizia at Concepción Arenal. La Pasión Humanista 1820-1893
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Arenal was the first woman, and a pioneer in her time, who fought to defend the need to reincorporate the prisoners back into society so that they have a second chance.

Queen Letizia of Spain during the tour of Concepción Arenal. La Pasión Humanista 1820-1893 Exhibition
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The exhibition is organized to highlight the work of this great Spanish thinker’s personal life and her contribution. To make Arenal see as a woman moved by an intense passion to know, to understand and to contribute to the improvement of her world. Passionate in her affections and disaffections, she was distant in conventional relationships but warm with her own and compassionate with the most disadvantaged.

Queen Letizia of Spain visited the Concepción Arenal. La Pasión Humanista 1820-1893 exhibition in Madrid
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The exhibition is structured in eight biographical spaces (Ferrol, Armano, Madrid, Potes, Coruña, Madrid, Gijón, Vigo) in which she lived, thought, wrote, loved and repaired texts, manuscripts, objects and images linked to her life.  Queen Letizia during the tour of the exhibition.

Queen Letizia of Spain wore Massimo Dutti Limited Edition Open Back Dress to visit the Concepción Arenal - The Humanist Passion 1820-1893 Exhibition
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Another four thematic spaces are articulated with these, or being shown in parallel (loves and heartbreaks; models and values; Who am I? Portraits; Concepción Arenal activist, its causes). Parallel to this biographical tour, images of Spain of the time are being shown, which contextualize the experiences and activities of Arenal.

Queen Letizia of Spain chose a gorgeous red and black look for Concepción Arenal. The Humanist Passion 1820-1893 Exhibition
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For the day, Queen Letizia was wearing a Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress from the 2020 Autumn-Winter collection. Thanks to Nuria for the id.

Queen Letizia of Spain wore Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress
Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress

The $299.00 dress currently on sale for $89.90 is uniquely sophisticated and feminine, designed to become the centre of attention on any occasion.

Queen Letizia of Spain wore Massimo Dutti Limited Edition Open Back Dress to visit the Concepción Arenal - The Humanist Passion 1820-1893 Exhibition in Madrid
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Queen Letizia wearing the Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress.

Queen Letizia of Spain wore Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress in February 2021
Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress

Part of Spanish label’s limited edition, the dress has a high neckline with back vent and Shoulder pads, a fitted waistline and flared hemline with back zip and button closure.

Queen Letizia of Spain was wearing Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress
Massimo Dutti Limited Edition open back dress

Another look at the fabric and back detailing.

Upon Arrivial Queen Letizia was wearing black wool Carolina Herrera cape coat
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Upon arrival, Queen Letizia was wearing a black Carolina Herrera Cape style wool coat that she debuted in 2017.

Queen Letizia wore Lodi 'Sara' ombre patent pumps
Lodi ‘Sara’ ombre patent pumps

Queen Letizia teamed up the dress with her Lodi Ombre pumps.

Queen Letizia wore gold bamboo hoop earrings
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She was wearing her gold bamboo hoops and

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Signature Ring
Karen Hallam Signature Ring

Karen Hallam ring.


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