Princess Mary attends Danish Design Talent – Magazine Prize

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art on October 22, 2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark. DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize is a design competition created by DANISH Magazine and Magazine Fund to focus on Danish design talents. The Crown Princess wore Ole Yde Dress from S/S 2016 collection.
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the awards ceremony of DANISH Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2015 at the National Gallery of Art
Crown Princess Mary wore a Ole Yde dress. The OLE YDE dress is from S/S 2016 collection
OLE YDE Dress - S/S 2016 Collection

19 comments:

  1. Mary is a style icon.

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    1. icon ????????????????

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    2. Anonymous 19:32 Oh, don't make such a fuss about the word 'icon', she's stylish, right ?????????????

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    3. For me doesnt work so well on her, the neck too high and may be with a different hairstyle....but she s daring and not afraid of trying new style but always elegant and i admire her for this, at least something different and not Natans clothes everywhere

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    4. Exactly icon? I tried to tell what other blogs said about this dress, but of course I got censured.

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    5. Of course she is the most stylish royal lady out there. Who do you suggest? Kate Middleton? We are talking about fashion People. Mary is the real thing.

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    6. Kate doesn't wear fake eyelashes.

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    7. TV host Signe Lindkvist in Denmark described Mary's style as "world class" and Billed Bladet acknowledged Mary as a Style Icon for many foreign media. I don't think it's wrong to call her a style icon because she is one and with many more years to come in her role and a future queen, she'll be accepted as a style icon. You go, Mary!

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  2. Un seul mot: parfaite! J'adore!

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  3. Very daring yet relevant... She always takes risks and I love her for that

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  4. Amazing! Beautiful woman!

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  5. elle ose et c'est très beau

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  6. très très jolie robe en belle princesse.

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  7. I think her speeches are soooo amazing,she is a perfect speaker and a great princess!!!!

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  8. I love her bold choice. Totally makes sense for a DESIGN TALENT event ;)

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  9. Lovely, pretty and feminine.

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  10. This dress suited the model,Mary looks like a injured swan in this.Her neck is to short.
    Icon? No way,that is charlotte of Monaco-she has style.

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  11. Very beautiful woman , nice pics.
    She is classy and pic no. 2 shows a very beautiful , genuine smile .
    Caroline

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    1. Really? I see a stiff and forced smile like we see on a lot of her pictures. She should let them come out naturally.

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