Princess Marie opens Copenhagen Food Summit 2017

On August 17, 2017, Danish Princess Marie opened the Copenhagen Food Summit 2017 at a reception at the Danish Industri house in Copenhagen, Denmark. The purpose of the summit is to start an international dialogue on how to unleash the full potential of gastronomy to ensure better food for more people.
Princess Marie opened the Copenhagen Food Summit 2017 at a reception at the Danish Industri house in Copenhagen
Princess Marie opened the Copenhagen Food Summit 2017 at a reception at the Danish Industri house in Copenhagen
Princess Marie opened the Copenhagen Food Summit 2017 at a reception at the Danish Industri house in Copenhagen
Princes Marie wore Alberta Ferretti Paneled wool blend dress
Alberta Ferretti Paneled Wool-Blend Dress

6 comments:

  1. I 'm not the fan of this dress but Marie looks good.I like wavy hair.

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  2. She is so tiny and attractive but I am puzzled why this design makes her look wider. Is it covered with zippers? Perhaps the zippers make your eye jump around their placement and not see the woman as well. And then you get to wondering - what if they unzipped? Hm.

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  3. It's good to see Marie wearing something a bit different, most of the time her clothes are boring, IMO.

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    1. That is exactly what I thought: "It's good to see Marie wearing something a bit different..." It still is not really special, but color and cut suit her well, except may be the padded pockets.

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  4. Pretty dress, but not a flattering look on Marie. In these photos she doesn't appear to be aging very well. Too much time in a solarium?

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  5. Simple and elegant. I like the contrasting fabrics that give a bit of interest. I like her hair here.

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