Mary of Denmark is visiting Milan for the Design Week. The Princess confirms herself as the undisputed style icon, showing off three dress changes, one more superlative than the other. And a special tribute was reserved for her, a portrait made with recycled material.
Denmark plays a leading role in the Milan Design Week within Rossana Orlandi’s ROGUILTLESSPLASTIC project at the National Museum of Science and Technology – both in the TrashFormation Village and in the Hall of Waste.
Princess Mary visited the Danish installations last September 7 and took part in some events during the Fuorisalone, where, among other things, he gave the opening speech of the “The City of the Future” initiative and visited the Danish design companies that participate to the Fuorisalone. Her portrait was unveiled at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan: Mary in profile wears the tiara and the blue sash. The work was made with glass fragments to reflect the light.
Mary from Denmark showed up at the first appointment at the Fuorisalone with a pink midi dress, signed Marc Jacobs, which she paired with very high, reptile décolletées and a bag by Max Mara. A refined look, as it is in its style.
Pink was the star of the Princess’s wardrobe in Milan. She also chose it for the gala evening at the Rossana Orlandi Gallery where she wore a pink satin dress with a V-neckline, asymmetrical pleated skirt edged in white combined with a light tuxedo jacket.
Mary of Denmark then opted for a black dress with white polka dots with transparent long sleeves, signed Carolina Herrera, that the Princess has combined with a leather belt to enhance the waist, pearl earrings and black pumps with a thin heel.
A bon ton look, very elegant, one of the favorites of European crowned heads. Indeed, be it Kate Middleton that Letizia di Spagna showed off polka dot outfits on the most elegant occasions.