Crown Princess Mary's most iconic dresses

Danish Fashion Now, opened last week in Odense, one of Denmark’s largest cities, which is located from Copenhagen. "Danish Fashion Now" which is set up by fashion expert Chris Pedersen, also includes 10 of Crown Princess Mary's most iconic dresses. "Danish Fashion Now" is on until September 13, 2015. Via: Danish Fashion Now
Brandts Torv Odense Danish Fashion Now Designers Remix - Style of Crown Princess Mary
Wackerhaus og Wood Wood. Designer: Stine Goya, Kunstner: Erik A. Frandsen, Foto: Martin Vallin
Sergei Sviatchenko, Soulland, Stasia, Stine Goya, Vincent Beier,
Oh Land, Ole Yde, Peter Jensen, Rikke Gudnitz, Sara Bro,
Mark Kenly Domino Tan, Medina, Monies, Moussa Mchangama, Nadja Meyer, Niels Kristiansen,
Lena Dunham, Lise Rønne, Lone Hørslev, Mads Nørgaard, Margrethe Vestager,
Ilse Jacobsen, Ivan Grundahl, Jesper Høvring, Jonas Bie, Josephine Mai, Julie Zangenberg, Karen O, Kristian Kirk,
Designers Remix, Emilie Guldbrandsen, Eva Harlou, Eva Kruse, Freya Dalsjø, Heartmade, Henrik Vibskov, Iben Hjejle,
Cecilie Christiansen, Charlotte Lynggaard, Christiane Schaumburg-Müller O’Connor, David Andersen,
Allan Kruse, Anne Sofie Madsen, Baum und Pferdgarten, Birgit Hallstein, Bruuns Bazaar, By Malene Birger, Camilla Stærk,

6 comments:

  1. When the Crown Princess wears her burgundy dress, she is really elegant. but she is always pretty.

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  2. I'm not sure who chose her most "iconic" dresses, but their choices are not the same as mine would have been.

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    1. I agree, but I think they all have to be Danish design.

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  3. I'm not sure who chose her most "iconic" dresses, but their choices are not the same as mine would have been.

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    1. I agree!
      Where is the dress she wore for Queen Beatrix' farewell-party for instance?

      And I DO NOT like that green rag........! the colour doesn't do anything for Mary at all.

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  4. yes! She has some awesome gowns, but yeah they likely weren´t danish...

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