Princess Marie opened renovated Galeries Lafayette in Paris

On March 28, 2019, Danish Princess Marie officially opened Galeries Lafayette Champs-Elysées store in Paris, which has been designed and renovated by Danish architect group BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group. The new Galeries Lafayette on the Champs-Élysées is located in one of the avenue's earliest art deco buildings. Galeries Lafayette was established in the late 1800s and now it has 61 stores in France and other countries. (Princess Marie wore a new floral printed wrap dress by Velvet.)
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona floral printed challis wrap dress and Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Princess Marie wore Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona Floral Printed Challis Wrap Dress
Velvet by Graham & Spencer Pomona Floral Printed Challis Wrap Dress (@HeavenLM)
Princess Marie wore Miu Miu belted wool crepe coat
Miu Miu Belted Wool Crepe Coat

16 comments:

  1. The dress is okay, the coat is okay, but not together. The dress should no be shorter than the coat.

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    1. This is just bull. We see this in fashion all the time and even on born royal ladies so give her a break!

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  2. Marie hat anscheinend sehr, sehr viel weniger Budget für Mode als Mary.
    Traurig.

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    1. Aber sie sieht doch sehr gut aus, oder finden Sie nicht? Und es gibt eben nur ein Kronprinzen-Paar, ich denke, in Zeiten knapper Haushalte gehen die Dänen klug mit dem Geld des Steuerzahlers um.

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    2. @Coralie:
      Liebe Coralie!
      Ja, natürlich. Marie sieht wunderbar aus. Und auch ich finde es sehr gut, wenn Prinzessinnen und Königinnen ihre Kleidung recyceln. Keine Frage. Aber das meinte ich mit meinem post auch nicht. Man sieht es einfach nur, dass Marie oft die gleichen Sachen trägt. Und das hat,glaube ich,nichts mit Ökologie sondern mit Ökonomie=weniger Apanage,zu tun.
      Grüße

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    3. Nun, ich sehe das nicht so: Schloß Schakenborg, eine Schenkung an Prinz Joachim, wurde "aufgegeben". Damit die Familie nicht leiden muss, wurde eine Stiftung gegründet und bekannte dänische Unternehmen sponsern nun den Prinzen. Die Villa in Klampenborg konnte er für knapp 5 Millionen erstehen, außerdem das Geld behalten, dass er vom dänischen Volk zu seiner ersten Hochzeit geschenkt bekommen hat. Die Dänen mögen klug haushalten, der Prinz wohl eher nicht.

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    4. Echt, so ist der drauf? Das wusste ich gar nicht, muss ich zugeben. Da weiß ich doch gleich wieder, warum ich seine Frau lieber mag als ihn! Danke jedenfalls für die Infos!

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    5. Anoymous 7:47 PM
      Schackenborg was an 'inheritance advance' to Joachim from Queen M, she bought it (to him) in 1974 for about 2 mio €!Schackenborg was Joachim's private (!) property, which he was free to sale! The new owners and Joachim wanted to keep it as a fund and culture center and he and Marie became members of the board. He gave the public gift from his wedding to Alexandra into the Schackemborg fund (nearly 2 mio €). For some of the money he got for the sale, he bought the house outside Copenhagen. But harf of the sales price went off to pay debs/loans in Schackenborg.
      Sponsors??? … Joachim gets apanage as Prince and in the succession to the throne, just as Princess Benedikte does. Marie doesn't!
      She is my

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  3. I like both pieces, but in my IMHO I believe the coat should be a little longer then the dress.But she looks happy.

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  4. The coat is a lovely color for early spring, and the colour of the flowers and picked up by the coat. The trend of a shorter coat to dress ratio has is a few seasons old. It adds a bit of pizzazz at the hem and the cuffs to the bland oatmeal view presented by just the coat.

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  5. Wonderful. Marie is the true gem in the dannish royal family. In my opinion of course.

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    1. Totally agree! Love the coat, just not the dress. A short navy or tan dress under the coat wiould have been a great choice.

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  6. Prerio que lleve el abrigo así, porque si es más largo parece que van disfrazadas...

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  7. Princess Marie is so beautiful <3, but her sense of style is lacking,sorry. It's not just a budget issue! Queen Letizia has many clothes from "Zara" and she looked fanatically in the red
    dress/suit at the state visit to Argentina! But there are pictures of Marie without the coat, show them, please! The dress is pretty nice to her.

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  8. Princess Marie looks lovely. Nice and appropriate for the event, I like the color of the dress on her.

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