King Felipe and Queen Letizia presented Gold Medals to Merit in the Fine Arts

On February 18, 2019, Spanish King Felipe and Queen Letizia presided over the delivery ceremony of "Gold Medals to Merit in the Fine Arts 2017" at Merced Palace in Cordoba and presented the medals to their winners. The Gold Medal of Merit in the Fine Arts (Medalla de Oro al mérito en las Bellas Artes) is given by the Ministry of Culture of Spain to persons or organizations that have shown success in art and culture or to those that have made contributions to promotion of art and culture or to conservation of artistic heritage. (Queen Letizia wore a new checked top and skirt by Hugo Boss.)
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore Hugo Boss Clady houndstooth top and Riami houndstooth pencil skirt. Boss Catifa wool cashmere shawl collar coat
Queen Letizia wore HUGO BOSS Clady Houndstooth Top and Riami Houndstooth Pencil Skirt
HUGO BOSS Clady Houndstooth Top and Riami Houndstooth Pencil Skirt
Queen Letizia wore HUGO BOSS Catifa Wool Cashmere Shawl Collar Coat
HUGO BOSS Catifa Wool Cashmere Shawl Collar Coat
Queen Letizia carried Hugo Boss Adrianne Handbag
Hugo Boss Adrienne Handbag

30 comments:

  1. Quality fabric, perfect fit, black and white with red as the contrast colour. Letizia at her best! The red purse from the last wearing of the coat could be a better match for this outfit. This purse looks portmanteau-ish.

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  2. Love, love love, perfect.

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  3. No es "Palacio" sino la Iglesia de la Merced, creo que se ve claramente...
    Letizia está fantástica con un conjunto de aspecto vintage, tan clásico, elegante y chic. Perfectos el contraste con el abrigo y los zapatos. El bolso lo quisiera para mí.

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  4. What a great Houndstooth outfit, love the shoes and coat too.Great look on Letizia.

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  5. Nice , classic & chic, perfect complements, love that she chose the black purse as no to make it too "matchy"

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  6. I love houndstooth! A classic print that is updated in an exaggerated size. The red shoes are the perfect touch, topped by her gorgeous red coat!

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  7. @ Angie, before you go ahead and correct the author of this blog in a rather condescencing manner, it would be a good idea to check your sources. It is indeed a Palace, that once housed the Convent of La Merced, and its utilized for many cultural events. You can check on Wikipedia.
    Regards

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    1. Lo de condescendiente te lo inventas tú, guapa. Me importa un bledo lo que diga Wikipedia, sigue siendo una iglesia aunque se celebren actos como este. ¿O sabes tú más que los cordobeses? https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/cordoba/sevi-reyes-entregan-cordoba-medallas-bellas-artes-amplia-representacion-cultura-201902181241_noticia.html#ns_campaign=mod-lo-mas&ns_mchannel=leido&ns_source=cordoba&ns_linkname=noticia.video.andalucia&ns_fee=pos-1&vtm_loMas=si

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    2. @Angie, My source of information is Casa Real, not Wikipedia. http://www.casareal.es/ES/Actividades/Paginas/actividades_actividades_detalle.aspx?data=13868

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    3. Sí y no, Hellen Electra. Para ver que es una iglesia basta con mirar las fotos, aunque pertenezca a un complejo mayor que ahora llaman Palacio aunque nunca lo fue.
      Vamos a acordar que es algo confuso y que todo el mundo tiene parte de razón ;)

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  8. I am wondering why he isn't wearing a coat?

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    1. Easy!! Not cold!! 18C in Córdoba, all Spain is having more heat that the normal in February.

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  9. The coat is outstanding! In combination with the shoes, it elevates the rather underwhelming dress and creates a stunning overall look.

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    1. I don't think this outfit is underwhelming. This outfit is a must-have in every woman's closet no matter you're chubby or slender.

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  10. Like the outfit and the red shoes and coat. Great look.

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  11. Very elegant outfit that´s edgy and timelessly chic at the same time. It fits her very well, but I must say that I´d prefer the skirt to be a tad shorter. Not quite as short as on the model, but just below the knee.
    Shoes, earrings and coat are great. The bag is too bulky/heavy for this look.

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    1. agreed on all the comments - the bag stands out in a bad way indeed.

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  12. En el website de la Casa Real mencionan como el Palacio de Cordova, de todas formas se ve que es un lugar precioso y con una arquitectura espectacular.

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  13. Sorry Angie, facts are facts it's called The Palace of The Merced, and yes your comment was condescending as well as your response to mine, stating that you don't give a fig ( and I translate liberaly) about what Wikipedia says it's also very much in character with the entire comment. If you take the liberty to correct the author of the blog as well as the participants, you should be able to accept corrections as well.
    Have a great day.

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  14. Voy a ver si consigo hacerme entender con claridad y sin acritud. El Palacio de la Merced (que jamás ha sido un palacio) es un construcción enorme, fue en el pasado convento, después hospital y luego, orfanato. Ahora es la sede de la Diputación de Córdoba, la iglesia forma parte del conglomerado de edificios, pero nunca ha dejado de ser iglesia, está separada de las oficinas, allí se celebran Misas cada día y, algunas veces, aprovechando su extraordinaria arquitectura barroca, se permiten actos que tengan que ver con el Arte o la Cultura, como este de los Reyes.
    Eso es todo.

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  15. Letizia looks so elegant in her houndstooth outfit. Great fit and accessories.
    At first glance I thought its a dress, after second glance I understood its nicely put together top and skirt ;) She can easily recycle these two items again, e.g. wear with different blouse or skirt and create yet another fresh and new look.

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  16. Great combination, great style, it looks really great on her.
    I love the contrast between the color of Shoes/Coat and the Top/Skirt.

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  17. This outfit shows off her perfect posture.
    :) The fellow in picture 6.

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  18. Letizia looks great WHEREVER she was. But then she looks great most all of the time.

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