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CROWN PRINCESS MARY HØNG EFTERSKOLE AND MAGASIN DU NORD FASHION PRIZE 2019

Crown Princess Mary Visited Høng Efterskole

Crown Princess Mary as Patron of The Mary Foundation visited the Høng Efterskole to launch a new project together with Just Human, Post-School Association (Danish: Efterskoleforeningen) and Tuborg Foundation (Danish: Tuborgfondet) on November 5, 2019.

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The Crown Princess arrived at the Høng Efterskole.

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The project try to strengthen the young people’s social skills and the ability to establish relationships. The idea behind the project is that strong relationships with other people are the best protection against dissatisfaction.

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At the event, Crown Princess Mary said a few words: “We all have something to contribute to the community, and we can all find something to share with each other – no matter how different we look or immediately feel ”.

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For the royal engagement, The Crown Princess wore grey top, white shirt, black trousers and Gianvito Rossi ankle boots.

As usual she worn her Cartier Love bracelet.

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The Crown Princess said goodbye to the students.



Crown Princess Mary attended the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize 2019.

In the evening, Crown Princess Mary attended the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize 2019. Magasin is a Danish chain of department stores.

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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was greeted by baroness Nina Wedel-Wedellsborg.

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The Crown Princess wore Ole Yde Jonni coat, white blouse, black trousers and Valentino rockstud pumps in green.

About Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize:

“Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize is Denmark’s biggest award for fashion design. Launched in 2012, the annual award of 300,000 DKK (approximately €40,000) and a tailored mentorship program from a group of industry specialists goes to a rising star designer selected by a panel of Danish and international experts. This support covers various areas of expertise that are critical to an upcoming fashion brand. The Prize was established by Magasin du Nord Foundation as the next step in its commitment to nurturing Danish design talents.” 

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The winner of the Magasin du Nord Fashion Prize 2019 is Carcel Clothing.

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Winner of the Magasin du Nord Fashion prize 2019, Veronica D’Souza with Crown Princess Mary and Baroness Nina Wedel-Wedellsborg.

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About Carcel Clothing:

“The Carcel look is clean, irreverent, and top shelf in materials and wearability – with stylistic cues derived from anything from goth to pop. Run by Veronica D’Souza, Louise van Hauen, and Stinne Wilhelmsen, Carcel is based on a rare fashion business model: employ incarcerated women in Peru and Thailand to give them fair wages and important job skills.”  

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