Princess Mary and Frederik held a dinner for 2016 Fashion Summit

On May 11, 2016, Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark held a dinner for participants in fashion of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016 at Frederik VIII's Palace in Copenhagen. Guests, Amber Valetta, photographer Mario Testino, Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen and Danish Fashion Institute Director Eva Kruse. Crown Princess Mary is patron of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016. (VIDEO)
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark held a dinner for participants in fashion of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016
Crown Princess Mary H&M Dress - H&M Conscious Collection
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark held a dinner for participants in fashion of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark held a dinner for participants in fashion of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016
Crown Princess Mary H&M Dress - H&M Conscious Collection
Crown Princess Mary and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark held a dinner for participants in fashion of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016
VIDEO - Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016
Crown Princess Mary H&M Dress - H&M Conscious Collection
H&M Dress - H&M Conscious Collection
Crown princess Mary wore GIANVITO ROSSI Pumps
GIANVITO ROSSI Pumps

12 comments:

  1. yuck, yellow shoes with a dark blue gown - what is she, a tulip?

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    1. Got a little surprised my self I must say. Not quite sure what she was thinking looks a little odd. Love love this HM dress, funny that all the nordic CP has the same dress, but wish she would have used a danish design to this event since it have to do with danish fashion.

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  2. Love the dress. The shoes?

    👎👎👎👎👎😝

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  3. Love the pop of color with the Yellow shoes!

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  4. Love how the yellow shoes spice up the outfit, adds a bit of youth. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't... this time it does!

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    1. Usually I do to, but here I think it's because they are yellow. It didn't quite look smashing in my eyes.

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  5. Lovely dress and I love the combination with the yellow shoes

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  6. I love this dress and I love the yellow shoes but I wish the shoes were more... something. Maybe just more oomph? I think this dress is just calling out for a really sparkly, attention-grabbing shoe.

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  7. Beautiful dress and hair, perfect smile and funny shoes, why not. And she knows how to present herself. She learned it very quick after they married. Her husband must be happy to have her by his side, because he is rarely looking like a Man who loves public events. A Penny for his thoughts. Maybe he wishes he could watch the "Telly" with his 4 kids, but he has to shake hands, again.

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    1. Meaning? Have you checked his calendar? Since he works three times as much as his wife, and looks very happy reprecenting, we should stop reading pictures?? Not eveybody need to smile from ear to ear in a line up! And sorry miss, but Mary learned reprecenting the hard way, remember we are here talking about the CP who was named a jet setter in dansih press because of her mania to fashion. We have to admit she have keept that interest alive, but she have grown in to her role beautifully and take her job more serious now with a lot of good contribution to society.

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    2. Very good written I must say Louise.

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  8. I can't really say that I am a fan of these high/low dresses, although Princess Victoria I believe may own the same or similar dress and looked fantastic in one. I think the bright yellow shoes brighten what could otherwise be a dull outfit.

    As for the Crown Princesses "mania" for fashion, she has a job to do and clothing was and is needed to do that job. It is also very evident the Princess has clothes altered.

    I wish some people would point the finger at say Princess Mary have a good look at those born into Royal houses who do nothing but live lavish lives, they may or may not receive income from a Government, but they live in Palaces whose upkeep is funded by the State, and therefore the taxpayer.

    I admire those born into Royal Houses who actually go out and earn a living.

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