The 2021 edition of Santander WomenNOW has once again made Madrid the European Capital of Women and the international epicenter of the debate on equality. Under the premise ‘Let’s change the world’, for three days the Vocento headquarters has hosted the most relevant congress on female leadership in Europe, a meeting place that has shown the different realities that women live in a world in transformation and a setting in which “to share experiences and transmit energy and inspiration on the path to real equality”. As honorary president, Queen Letizia has presided over the closing of the event this Friday, June 11, and has done it flawlessly with one of the most flattering dresses (and with a feminist message) that she keeps in her dressing room.
During your speech, Queen Letizia has assured that “I have followed the congress very closely, and I think it is difficult to condense into a few messages everything that has been discussed, because they have talked about feminism, equality and thinking about the world we deserve […] of life and of the women we want to be “, and he recalled one of the phrases that have been pronounced these days:”There are only two places you will never be able to move from, your body and your planet.“, referring to the importance of accepting ourselves and avoiding the ‘self-boycott’.
The Queen has made the cause of women one of the main workhorses in her day to day life, and for that reason, it is not strange that she ‘sends messages’ feminists with their looks: we saw him with this red suit at the tribute to Clara Campoamor in Congress; with this dress woven by women survivors of sexual exploitation and today, at Santander WomenNOW, with this imposing Fuchsia pink total look, a tone that has become one of the colors that is most related to the empowerment of women.
As we told you on Mujerhoy.com a few weeks ago with the help of experts, “pink is the color of femininity, the color par excellence that in our culture and society is identified and directly associated with women “, said Jesús Reyes (fashion expert journalist and CEO of CoolHunting Madrid Comunicación), but it is also that, as Annita Ruiz, journalist and image consultant, “fuchsia is closer to strength“. Therefore, we are sure that It is no coincidence that the Queen has chosen this tone (one of her favorites lately) to attend the closing of Santander WomenNOW.
Focusing on the look, it’s about a flattering pencil silhouette dress with button detailing on the pockets by Michael Kors that the Queen premiered in a meeting with Melania Trump during her official trip to the US in June 2018, recovered a year later in an audience in Zarzuela with Ona Carbonell and used again last year in a meeting with journalists on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of El Heraldo de Aragón. As on the three previous occasions, Doña Letizia has worn it with a silver belt (matching the buttons) and pumps and a bag also in fuchsia, both by Magrit.