Queen Rania of Jordan Met With Amman Design Team

Queen Rania of Jordan met with the Amman Design Week 2017 (ADW) team for an update on new programs. Amman Design Week 2017, whose main exhibition will be held at the Ras Al Ain Hangar Gallery, will comprise the second edition of the annual program. This year’s event will offer a nine-day comprehensive program, commencing on the 6th of October and ending on the 14th of October.
Queen Rania met with the Amman Design Week 2017 team at the Ras Al Ain Hangar Gallery in Amman. Prada blouse
Queen Rania met with the Amman Design Week 2017 team at the Ras Al Ain Hangar Gallery in Amman. Prada blouse
Queen Rania met with the Amman Design Week 2017 team at the Ras Al Ain Hangar Gallery in Amman. Prada blouse
Queen Rania met with the Amman Design Week 2017 team at the Ras Al Ain Hangar Gallery in Amman. Prada blouse

6 comments:

  1. Botox is very obvious on her face

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  2. royalrose, and I guess, she doesn't need it. Shame...
    Her style: maybe it's the white trousers giving me the pain?

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  3. She seems to like blouses with strange asymmetrical necklines.

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  4. This I like.

    Not everyone has wrinkled foreheads. I don't know how old Queen Rania is, but I am in my late 40s and I don't have many wrinkles or lines.

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  5. It feels as if the the hanging pieces of material must have been a bow of folded but not hanging loose

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  6. It's alright - don't likecthe combination of the blouse colour and the white trousers. I like her shoes and her hair looks nice.

    I'm also in my 40s (older than Rania) and I don't have wrinkles either - but neither do I have impossibly shiny waxy looking skin and a protruding vein on my forehead (dead giveaway that she likes a bit of the old Botox)

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