Queen Mathilde attend 'Scala 20 years’ concert in Aarschot

On April 24th 2016, Queen Mathilde of Belgium attended a concert of Scala. The concert was held on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of women's choir Scala and took place in the Stadsfeestzaal in Aarschot, Belgium.
Queen Mathilde of Belgium attended a concert of Scala. The concert was held on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of women's choir Scala
They are expected in the US for a series of concerts, but before taking off Scala had to perform in Louvain for the première of its new tour in Belgium.
Since then the interest for the choir has rocketed and Stijn & Steven Kolacny, the creative tandem behind Scala, have been signed by the big Warner Bros.
 Scala, the girls choir from Aarschot stands at a turning point in its career. A few months ago the choir featured in the trailer of ‘The Social Network’
The first series of Scala 20 years hometown concerts has come to an end
Queen Mathilde wore DVF Traci jumpsuit
Queen Mathilde wore DVF - Diane von Furstenberg Traci jumpsuit
Queen Mathilde wore DVF - Diane von Furstenberg Traci jumpsuit
DVF - Diane von Furstenberg Traci Jumpsuit

12 comments:

  1. Her choice of outfits has suffered lately

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  2. How can anyone not only Queen Mathilde wear something like that .

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  3. It is rather ugly - it would look bad on anyone, even style icons

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  4. Epic fashion fail. I bet it is another Natan.

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  5. Oh no Mathilde the seventies called and wanted the jumpsuit back ;) Please never again...you're crotch is half way down your thigh!

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  6. I,don t like this, iT is an outfit for looking Tele. Stay with Natan.

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