Countess Sophie visited Center for Autism Research (CAAR)

On November 1, Wednesday, Countess Sophie of Wessex visited Center for Applied Autism Research (CAAR) of University of Bath in order to see how a difference innovative projects make on people with autism and people around them. (The Countess of Wessex wore a Marcelline wool coat by Stella McCartney).
Countess Sophie wore Stella McCartney Marcelline wool coat at Bath University. JP Morgan Spring School for Autism
Countess Sophie wore Stella McCartney Marcelline wool coat at Bath University. JP Morgan Spring School for Autism
Countess Sophie who is the patron of National Autistic Society was welcomed by Prof. Dr. Dame Glynis Breakwell, President of the University and Deputy Rector, Prof. Greg Maio, Head of Department of Psychology and Prof. Mark Brosnan, Director of CAAR.
Countess Sophie wore Stella McCartney Marcelline wool coat at Bath University. JP Morgan Spring School for Autism
During the visit, the Countess received information about the current research projects. By these projects, it is aimed to support autistic children with digital technologies, to give training to the police to adapt to autism and to help people with autism find jobs and thus improve employment.
Countess Sophie wore Stella McCartney Marcelline wool coat at Bath University. JP Morgan Spring School for Autism
Countess Sophie wore Stella McCartney Marcelline wool coat at Bath University. JP Morgan Spring School for Autism
As part of the visit, the Countess launched a new program called 'The Bath Employment Spring School for Autism'. That program is a partnership with JP Morgan Chase. People with autism will gain work experience at the offices of JP Morgan Chase in Bournemouth.The Bath Employment Spring School for Autism aims to help improving employment opportunities for people with autism.
Countess Sophie wore Stella McCartney Marcelline wool coat at Bath University. JP Morgan Spring School for Autism
Countess Sophie wore Stella McCartney Marcelline wool coat
Stella McCartney Marcelline Wool Coat
Countess Sophie carried Sophie Habsburg bag in Amber styleCountess Sophie wore GIANVITO ROSSI Bari 85 patent leather court shoes
                          SOPHIE HABSBURG Clutch                       GIANVITO ROSSI Bari Pumps

6 comments:

  1. Those too long sleeves make the coat look big for her.
    Anyway, I don't like this type of coat on a medium age woman, as I am, because make us look older in my opinion.

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  2. That is not a very appealing coat: sleeves are so long, the pattern on them seems misplaced as the sleeve hangs there. It looks as though she never tried it on before buying it.

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  3. Not a nice coat but it's it's the person under it that counts

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  4. Boring and old-fashioned-looking coat. A surprise from Stella McCartney.

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  5. Coat eats woman ;-))

    The Stella Mc Cartney coat is a modern version of a classic coat. But Sophie did not understand how it should be styled. It looks good on the model, short and straight. But not knee-length and A-shape like Sophie's version. And nude pumps are certainly not the right accessoires.

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    1. Yes, I was thinking the same: how good looks this coat on the model and how strange and not flatering on Sophie. But on the other hand she wouldn't look good in the model version of the coat either, she doesn't have the wright proportions for that. But she's lovely anyway.

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