Seeing life in roses is not a phrase made in the case of Queen Letizia, who seems to have opted for that soft and friendly tone in her latest public appearances. This Wednesday, at the Science and Innovation Awards ceremony, Letizia has maintained the tonic although with her fuchsia draped dress the stylistic palette that has dominated her wardrobe in recent weeks has raised several tones in which she has made a handsome face for the color pink in all its shades.
The Kings have traveled to Alicante to preside over the delivery of the National Research Awards, which distinguish those scientists whose work in Spain has international relevance. Among the winners is the biologist Mariano Barbacid, the most recognized face of Spanish science.
The Queen has debuted a fuchsia dress, designed by the firm Lola Li, with a draped neckline and a wide waist, which she has combined with a clutch bag and maroon-colored Magrit shoes. After weeks opting for softer shades of pink, today, undoubtedly to highlight the work of scientists, some of them very young women, the Queen has dressed in fuchsia, a color that lately has been identified with female empowerment.
The sequence of models in which the color pink dominates began on January 26, the date on which the traditional reception of the Kings to the Diplomatic Corps accredited in Spain was held. The Queen wore a white blouse with a bow by Carolina Herrera and a powder pink skirt, surely made by the dressmaker who takes care of Letizia’s wardrobe and wardrobe arrangements. A pair of colored stone earrings from Tous completed the look.
Her next appearance dressed in pink did not take place in Spain, but in Angola, on February 6. Letizia boarded the plane in which, together with the King, she traveled from Madrid to Luanda, wearing a coat and a turtleneck, but she went down the stairs, given the high temperatures in the African country, wearing a pink blouse and pants set from the firm Hugo Boss, combined with a bag, also pink from Carolina Herrera, and matching shoes from Magrit.
But his love for pink did not end there. On February 20, on the occasion of the delivery of the National Culture Awards, which took place in Zaragoza, presided over by the King and Queen, Letizia rescued from her closet a dress by the firm Temperley London (one of the princess’s favorites). of Wales), made of chiffon embroidered with flowers that she debuted in 2019, on the occasion of the state trip to Korea. On that occasion, the choice of this model was interpreted as a gesture to traditional Korean and Asian clothing, which uses the same fabric and embroidered floral motifs.
The inauguration of the ARCO fair has always been a propitious occasion for the Queen to wear costumes according to the artistic contest, but in the last edition, which the Kings premiered on February 23, the Queen opted for a pink dress, designed by Moisés Nieto , that the only thing that was avant-garde was its iridescent fabric and that it stood out precisely for its wide shapes that hid the silhouette of the Queen. To complete the pastel spring look, the Queen wore a flower-printed Furla bag and nude Prada shoes.
This Tuesday, at the presentation of the digital portal of the Royal Academy of History, which with the presence of the King and Queen took place at the Royal Palace, Letizia once again opted for pink with a pastel-tone turtleneck sweater from the firm Hugo Boss and a pleated skirt in black and pink with a gradient effect by Reiss, black boots by Latouche and a bag, also black, by Mauska
The King calls for greater investment to support young scientists
In the ceremony for the National Research Awards, the King has asked for “more projection” for young Spanish scientific talents with greater support and opportunities, and has encouraged them to develop their potential in Spain and to be “more capable to facilitate their return. In a ceremony, attended by the President of the Generalitat Valenciana, Ximo Puig, and the Minister of Science, Diana Morant, as well as the Mayor of Alicante, Luis Barcala, among others, they have been distinguished with the prize, endowed with 30,000 euros, twenty scientists, ten in senior mode and many others under 40 years of age.
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