Queen Mathilde visits the 2016 Biennale Interieur Exhibition

Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited the 25th edition of the Internationale Design Biennale Interieur 2016 at the Kortrijk Xpo on October 20, 2016 in Kortrijk, Belgium. The Biennale Interieur npo is a non-profit organisation acting in the field of design, product development and innovation.
Queen Mathilde visited the 2016 Biennale Interieur Exhibition  at the Kortrijk Xpo in Kortrijk. Queen Mathilde wore Mattijs van Bergen dress, Natan necklace, DFV gold clutch bag
Queen Mathilde visited the 2016 Biennale Interieur Exhibition  at the Kortrijk Xpo in Kortrijk. Queen Mathilde wore Mattijs van Bergen dress, Natan necklace, DFV gold clutch bag
Queen Mathilde visited the 2016 Biennale Interieur Exhibition  at the Kortrijk Xpo in Kortrijk. Queen Mathilde wore Mattijs van Bergen dress, Natan necklace, DFV gold clutch bag
Queen Mathilde visited the 2016 Biennale Interieur Exhibition  at the Kortrijk Xpo in Kortrijk. Queen Mathilde wore Mattijs van Bergen dress, Natan necklace, DFV gold clutch bag
Queen Mathilde visited the 2016 Biennale Interieur Exhibition  at the Kortrijk Xpo in Kortrijk. Queen Mathilde wore Mattijs van Bergen dress, Natan necklace, DFV gold clutch bag

8 comments:

  1. Her jewelry is in Queen Maxima's style.

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  3. Like that simple style of the dress and the gold necklace goes well with the color of the dress.
    Queen Mathilde looks young, her age in that dress.

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  4. She looks great.
    As an aside, does anyone else notice that all these royal ladies are tall? Overwhelming, the majority are over 5'6 and taller? No wonder they always look fabulous. They have the bodies for couture.

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  5. everything is nice except that long one hanging from her shoulders. She could have worn it short. Again the dress is lovely.

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  6. Don't care for the 'hardware'

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  7. I don't care for the necklace either. It seems to get in the way and is distracting. Sometimes less is better.

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