Princess Mary presents Danish Design Talent Magazine Prize 2016

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the dinner and presents the Danish Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2016 (Dansk Design Talent – Magasin Prisen 2016) at the National Gallery of Denmark (Statens Museum for Kunst) on October 27, 2016 in Copenhagen. Danish Design Talent - Magazine Prize is a design competition created by Danish Magazine and Magazine Fund to focus on Danish design talents. Crown Princess Mary wore a dress by Danish designer Stine Goya for Danish Design Talent - Magazine Prize 2016 ceremony.
Crown Princess Mary wears Prada Gown, Dress, Zimmermann gown, Ole Yde dress, Gold earrings
Crown Princess Mary wears Prada Gown, Dress, Zimmermann gown, Ole Yde dress, Gold earrings
Crown Princess Mary wears Prada Gown, Dress, Zimmermann gown, Ole Yde dress, Gold earrings
Crown Princess Mary wears Prada Gown, Dress, Zimmermann gown, Ole Yde dress, Gold earrings
Crown Princess Mary wears Prada Gown, Dress, Zimmermann gown, Ole Yde dress, Gold earrings
Crown Princess Mary wears Prada Gown, Dress, Zimmermann gown, Ole Yde dress, Gold earrings
Stine Goya was established in Copenhagen, Denmark  in 2006 by the designer of the same name.
STINE GOYA Gown
Crown princess Mary jewellry Portuguese Queen gold filigree earringsCrown Princess Mary wore Gianvito Rossi Business Point-Toe Suede Pumps
                          Portuguese Gold Earrings                            Gianvito Rossi Business Pumps

24 comments:

  1. She looks beautiful!! She is so busy and yet she always looks so pretty!! Well done!!

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  2. I don't like this princess like gown, it looks old fashioned an not inspired for the occasion which is a design award for young talents. I know Mary is often complimented on this site and I really don't want to slam her, I respect her very much for her attitude to her job, and usually she makes no fault fashionwise, but I start to miss the unique touch in it. I also find her hairstyle and make-up starts to look boring, more like a woman in her late fifties and not in her early forties. Time for a change!

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    1. @ Beth agree with you about this gown and hairstyle here. Usually Mary looks well and knows what to wear.

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    2. @Beth - right, the gown is not suitable for a day event.

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  3. She looks incredible. The dress and the earrings are very beautiful. The total look is gorgeous.

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  4. Stunning! Love the retro look of the gown too.

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  5. Mary looks very beautiful - love the dress, hair and earrings. Well done!

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  6. I like the dress. Funny enough, it is more challenging styles than the lady in gold. The sleeves are different, use of see-through material contrasted with dark, the color is great for Autumn. Style change/challenge but not out laundish... Suttle..

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  7. i like her in this dress and de color suits her very much. Her make up is simpel and soft for this occasion.

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  8. I like the dress and the earrings are gorgeous but I'm not a big fan of the superhero belt.
    I understand what you say Beth and I agree she didn't really experimented with her makeup lately but don't forget she is a very often photographed woman and, just like the rest of us, is not perfect and can only pull off a limited number styles. And that's true for all the royal ladies. They want to look nice on the pictures (if they don't, they are slammed for being "unkept") and I guess it's quite the time to figure out what looks ok both in real life (to the people they meet on events) and on the photos. So they tend to stick to that one or two makeup styles. At least it's how I think it works :)

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    1. Interesting notice! Yes, you are right! Photoshoots need a heavier make-up because of all these flashlights. But on these occasions they also meet and greet people face to face and want to present themselves as normal, as touchable, easy to approach. So the whole appearance has to be a compromise. Not easy! I have done a few model jobs and can tell you, this is hard work, it takes hours to get the hair done and the make-up, after a few hours of posing you return home worn out, with muscle pain all over. Smiling for hours is tiring ;-)))
      I have much respect for the royal ladies, they do a great job, which most people don't have an idea of, and even more, they are not 'models', they represent a country.

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    2. Smiling for hours is tiring only if it´s a fake and held smile. Of course I realise that smiling is required more for princesses than for average people, and royal ladies cannot always be in their best mood, so of course some of the smiling has to be fake. I still don´t have much compassion because it´s part of their job, and if they interact sincerely with people, no-one needs to be all smiles (in fact, that would come across as especially fake), and most of all, if they are genuine people who both enjoy making a difference and recognize their own blessings, then smiling (when required) should come somewhat easily. Make-up and hair for day-time events should not take hours.

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  9. I noticed that Mary has better taste in day wear than evening clothes .

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    1. True! maybe during daytime she has more freedom to choose herself and in the evening duties there may be a protocol or she has to wear certain designers. By the way, does anybody know the designer of this gown or is it customized? It seems a very good work, look alone at the sleeves and the tiny curve on the bustline. But a more accentuated make-up, maybe a purple lipstick, a cheeky, maybe asymmetrical up-do of the hair instead of these Snow White like locks and straight silver earrings instead of this oriental look would have done a lot to the look. And no belt!

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    2. Well, you didn't say anything false so there is no need to be upset I guess.
      I rather think she has an input into her wardrobe to some degree, it's not just her stylist's choices. I knew nothing, literally NOTHING about fashion until my late twenties, simply because I wasn't interested in it at all. But something changed and I gradually grew interested and dare say I learnt a lot since then. I don't see the reason why this wouldn't happen to a woman in her position (my guess it did happen).
      As for the spending, I hereby confess I'm sometimes appalled when I read about how much she (and other royals) spend on clothes and beyond a certain limen I too think it's unreasonable (Letizia being the only exception with her tiny clothing budget) but I bet a lot of people is very excited to see these new and newer pieces on them so let them have their fun... There is really nothing we can do about it anyway so, since I'll never have the money, not even to continually buy cheaper copycats, I personally decided to capitalize on their spending by watching and commenting their fashion :)

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    3. Letizia has a tiny clothes budget????????? Doesn't look like it, she has tons of outfits. And, personally, I hate the term 'recycling' when it comes to wearing something for the second, third, whatever, time. There is nothing wrong with wearing something several times.

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  11. She dresses very classy. I think she could have gone "edgier" because of the event but she looks beautiful as always.

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  12. La verdad es que el vestido es feo y rancio y Mary no está nada favorecida con él. Esta vez no ha acertado.

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  13. I am pretty sure it is Mary's taste in clothes not only stylist's.

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