Queen Mathilde visited the 'Melancholia' exhibition at Villa Empain

On July 4, 2018, Queen Mathilde of Belgium visited the Melancholia exposition held at the Villa Empain in Brussels. The Villa Empain is a private house in the Art Deco style designed and built between 1930 and 1934 by Swiss architect Michel Polak for Baron Louis Empain, son of Belgian industrialist Baron Édouard Empain, located in Brussels, Belgium. In 2008, the Fondation Boghossian acquired the building and initiated an extensive renovation program. Inaugurated in 2010, the villa is a cultural center which hosting art exhibitions, concerts and conferences.
Queen Mathilde visited the Melancholia exposition held at the Villa Empain. The Villa Empain is a private house in the Art Deco style. Natan yellow lace dress
Queen Mathilde visited the Melancholia exposition held at the Villa Empain. The Villa Empain is a private house in the Art Deco style. Natan yellow lace dress
Queen Mathilde visited the Melancholia exposition held at the Villa Empain. The Villa Empain is a private house in the Art Deco style. Natan yellow lace dress
Queen Mathilde visited the Melancholia exposition held at the Villa Empain. The Villa Empain is a private house in the Art Deco style. Natan yellow lace dress

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  1. kONINGIN MATHILDE - DIE LANGE MOUWEN IS NU TOCH WEL TE WARM -EN DAT GELE KLEED IS NIET MOOI

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    1. Ja maar de mannen moeten toch wel een pak dragen

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  2. I agree, it looks very warm with the 3/4 sleeves and tight, short skirt. The other woman's dress hangs more gracefully and looks more appropriate for a summer day with the wider neckline.

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  3. Mathilde likes strong colors. This dress is simple but elegant. Less is more. I also like the two tone beige dress the other lady is wearing.

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  4. Yumiko Kokuryu7/5/18, 1:42 PM

    Very beautiful yellow dress suits Queen Mathilde of Belgium very much.

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  5. Hermoso vestido de Matilde que nunca pierde elegancia!

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