On 30th June 2017, Queen Letizia and King Felipe attended various activities of the Princesa de Girona Foundation.
For her part, Her Majesty the Queen participated in a café with young participants in the program “Rescuers of talent” and their mentors.
She had the opportunity to talk with them to get to know the program first hand, and attended the workshop “Como Find work in the digital age and live happy, “by Riccardo Maggio, an activity that is part of the program of the meeting” Rescuers of talent. ”
For the last event of June Queen Letizia recycled a very professional yet chic look. She wore a white airy pleated blouse from Hugo Boss. The blouse was debuted in March 2016. It features a round neck, French sleeves and pleats on the front.
HM paired the blouse with same label solid navy trouser that we have seen in the past many times. Blouse and trousers were well paired and looked gave very elegant and professional aura suiting the event.
She let her hair open today. Queen Letizia and King Felipe had an interesting moment with students.
Letizia teamed the look with her favourite Magrit Mila leather pumps and Felipe Varela handbag. Magrit heels are available at the online store for 293$
Tous earrings made in white gold, diamonds, pearls cultivated in freshwater and a large sapphire complemented the look.
An art lover Duchess of Cambridge today arrived at Victoria and Albert Museum to unveil new entrance and exhibition gallery in London.
The V&A is the world’s leading museum of art and design, housing a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects that span over 5,000 years of human creativity. The Museum holds many of the UK’s national collections and houses some of the greatest resources for the study of architecture, furniture, fashion, textiles, photography, sculpture, painting, jewellery, glass, ceramics, book arts, Asian art and design, theatre and performance.
The entrance and exhibition is the largest architectural project of the museum that is going to celebrate its 165th anniversary this year.
The V&A has its origins in 1951 when Prince Albert created “The Great Exhibition,” the first-ever international exhibition of manufactured products. Profits from this exhibition were used to create a new museum in London.
The Museum was called the Museum of Manufactures and was located in Marlborough House, then a royal residence. The increasing collection at the museum soon outgrew Marlborough House and was moved to its current site in South Kensington, it was renamed the South Kensington Museum.
On 17 May 1899, Queen Victoria laid the cornerstone of the new Aston Webb building of the museum, designed by Sir Aston Webb. In honour of Queen Victoria & Prince Albert’s years of support, the museum was renamed to The Victoria & Albert Museum. This was Queen Victoria’s last official public appearance before her death. Queen Victoria’s address during the ceremony, as recorded in the London Gazette, ended:
“I trust that it will remain for ages a Monument of discerning Liberality and a Source of Refinement and Progress.”
For the visit, Duchess wore Gucci tweed dress. The Grosgrain-trimmed cotton-blend tweed mini dress is made from blended cotton tweed is mid-knee length long.
The £1,790 dress comes in black and white light tweed with blue and red web trim and faux-pearl embellishments that are topped with the label’s iconic interlocking ‘GG’ logo.
It features elbow-length sleeves with a concealed hook and zipper at the back. The dress is currently available at Net-A-Porter and Farfetch for $2980.After a long time, we saw the return of Catherine’s LK Bannett Navy block heel shoes.
Duchess carried a new red suede clutch today, it’s a customised version of Emmy London’ Natasha Lipstick and Gold Clutch.
A classic Emmy London clutch bag in a hot lipstick red kid suede. This elegant hand-crafted clutch is piped in gold calf leather and opens to reveal a soft neutral oyster suede lining and zip pocket. The customised version Catherine carried did not have gold piping.
Catherine finished her looks with a half up-do hairstyle that shows her Classic Annoushka Baroque Pearl Drops available at Annoushka for £320 and Kiki Diamond Hoop Earrings.
Today King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia presided over the award ceremony of the Princesa de Girona 2017 Prizes in Girona.
The Princesa de Girona Foundation was established with the intention of promoting and encouraging initiative and effort, scientific research and artistic creativity, Solidarity and the development of the talent of young entrepreneurs and innovators.
It was an informal meeting with the winners of previous editions and a luncheon meeting with the Advisory Council of the Princess of Girona Foundation.
For the visit, Queen chose a simple white look. She paired her trusty Natural white Hugo Boss ‘Banora’ blouse with a white floral skirt.
The round-neck blouse that we have seen in the past many times is, straight-cut in flowing silk. Its carefree, delicate look is achieved by the finely pleated arrangement at the neckline and concealed button placket. The solid colour blouse is available in different tones for £129.00 at the official online store.
Queen paired the outfit with a white multi-colour floral pencil skirt. This is the first time we have seen Letizia wearing the printed floral skirt and the label of the fitted pencil skirt is still unavailable.
She carried a green coloured Hugo Boss Berlin handbag. The grained leather bag comes with a detachable shoulder strap is from the BOSS pre-fall 2015 collection.
Queen Letizia introduced another pair of interchangeable earrings from coolook. She wore the Labradorite ‘Pangea’ earrings with the mixed stone ‘Pangea’ pendant and finished the set with the pendant from the ‘Butterfly’ earrings. Earrings fall under MYCooLook available with Spanish jewel designer.
Later in the evening, Queen joined King Felipe to deliver the awards at the formal award ceremony. For the award ceremony that Letizia attended on the behalf of her daughter Princess Leonor, she debuted a new look. She wore a new off-white jumpsuit by Massimo Dutti – from the brand’s summer 2016 collection.
Jumpsuit originally came with a self-belt that Letizia exchanged with a reptile-skin wide belt in a silver-tone.