Queen Letizia, finally, debuts a dress by Zara and Narciso Rodriguez in New York

As soon as you land on New York, After attending the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in London Queen Letizia attended a meeting this morning with Unicef ​​mental health experts, This was followed by a meeting with youth leaders involved in mental health initiatives, an issue in which the King participates without hesitation.

Actually, the queen is Honorary President of UNICEF Spain and actively supports the organization’s work and participates promptly in its activities, of which it is constantly informed. Specifically, on April 13, she was appointed Unicef ​​Advocate for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, a meeting where the organization wants to make mental health problems in childhood and adolescence visible around the world.

It is therefore not surprising that just a few hours after the first meeting, Queen Letizia took part in a high-level meeting on mental health within the framework of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. In it, the king called for urgent action on a global scale with that goal in mind guarantee the right of every child and adolescent to welfare and to mental health in their family, socially and especially in an educational environment.

The Queen, blazer on her shoulders, with UNICEF Executive Director, Catherine Russell.GTRES

Queen Letizia, neither black nor white in New York

After the meeting, Queen Letizia met the Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Ghebreyesus, and later, in her role as FAO Special Envoy, she also held a meeting with the FAO Director-General, Which Dongyu.

If for the events of the morning, the king chose a white dress Carolina Herrera which was already premiered last May on the occasion of the visit to Madrid last year sheikhs in qatar, which followed exactly the same additions of the time, handbag and shoes from Magrit in shades of blue to match the embroidery on the design, in the afternoon it changed to orange-red to look Zara and Narciso Rodriguez, recently put on sale, representing the touch of always being up to date with the Queen.

white and red, the colors chosen for her first day of work in New York contrast with the three mourning looks she wore in London the previous days, as required by protocolFuneral of Elizabeth II.

Queen Letizia at a high-level meeting organized by Unicef, UNESCO and WHO.

Queen Letizia at a high-level meeting organized by Unicef, UNESCO and WHO.GTRES

Zara and Narciso Rodríguez’s look from Queen Letizia

It is undeniable that Queen Letizia is no stranger to the power of fashion which she can use to convey certain messages. And that she is also up-to-date can be seen from the fact that during her work trip to New York she has worn a dress from the collection for the first time. Narciso Rodriguez x Zara, which went on sale on September 8.

A very successful mix between Spain and the United States and the monarchy, with Rodriguez being an American who, for more information, is much admired in his country, since in the 1990s he was the king of high society clothes, as it shows that he was an architect Carolyn Bessette wedding dress.

The collection consists of 25 items including garments and accessories, selected by Doña Letizia a red dress that turns orange.

There is a midi design (for sale on the web for 139 euros) which matches the silhouette made of wool blend fabric, wide neck and sleeveless. As a detail, the material has rips and tears. The dress leaves her arms in the air, showing the Queen her signature tan on her arms.

The Queen with Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director General of the WHO.

The Queen with Tedros Ghebreyesus, Director General of the WHO.GTRES

Another detail in Queen Letizia’s style

And there are even more. Another detail in style has marked the events with Unicef ​​​​in New York. The queen has enveloped herself black blazer. Until then, all normal.

The details in fashionista? What is he wearing? the jacket on the shoulders, as fashion editors and other experts on the subject usually do, as seen in the various fashion weeks, both “front row” and “street style”.

Queen Letizia with FAO Director General Qu Dongyu.

Queen Letizia with FAO Director General Qu Dongyu.

By today’s standards

The trust project

Know more

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *