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Lena 11-15-2004 09:51 AM

Crown Princess Victoria, Current Events Part 3: November 2004 - April 2005
 
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Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden seen here today attending the Future Design Days- in talks with Swedish minister of Culture and Education Mr Leif Pagrotsky
The pics are from imaginescandinavia

Larzen 11-15-2004 10:07 AM

Wow, a dress, boots and a braid instead of a ponytail!!! Very ageapropriate and I really like it, could have been a lovelier colour but I guess you cant have it all at once...

btw I almost spilled my coffe over you avatar Lena:D What a perfect avatar for a moderator for the swedish forum...

Lena 11-15-2004 11:31 AM

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Originally Posted by Larzen
Wow, a dress, boots and a braid instead of a ponytail!!! Very ageapropriate and I really like it, could have been a lovelier colour but I guess you cant have it all at once...

btw I almost spilled my coffe over you avatar Lena:D What a perfect avatar for a moderator for the swedish forum...

Yes, I was also quite surprised about her today. Maybe she had to research on the net for her defence-course and has found TRF ;)

Thank you, Larzen. I haven´t seen the analogy (I´ve just thought that ETW looks in this picture-with the white hair and the steel-blue eyes-like the snow queen in an Andersen fairy tale...and that this could awe members, who want to post spam or offending posts ;) ). But in a way it´s true...ETW is the moderator for the swedish RF and I´m moderator for the Sweden-forum ;)

The funny thing is, that I always associate the avatars with the persons. For example you´ve a Victoria-avatar and so I think unconsciously, that you look like Victoria ;) "Worst" is it with Yennie´s avatar, since I´ve seen it so often.
I also don´t have the feeling, that I write and read at TRF, but that I talk to ppl (as if I would do in real life). Well, I guess I´m crazy :D

Alisa 11-15-2004 11:56 AM

Wow..I am surprised by the CPss attire. I usually like what she normally wears but this outfit is a big no-no. :eek: The boots, stockings, and the dress aren't well combined.Also her "Saturday morning gardening time"-hair looks a little bit untidy for an event like this.

Lena 11-15-2004 12:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Alisa
Wow..I am surprised by the CPss attire. I usually like what she normally wears but this outfit is a big no-no. :eek: The boots, stockings, and the dress aren't well combined.Also her "Saturday morning gardening time"-hair looks a little bit untidy for an event like this.

Well you shouldn´t forget that this was a more casual event, with ppl, who are more easy-going. So I think this dress and boots were pretty ok. And the braid...you can´t tell me that the ponytail was so much better (?!)
The only thing, which is strange to me...it looks as if the white lining of the boots would be visible at the leg...or what is that?

Larzen 11-15-2004 12:08 PM

Well I think it is a yes, yes:D , not that it was suberb in any way, but it was a step away from her everpresent beige, brown and pinstriped pantsuits which she always wears. The stockings could have been better I agree. Personally I prefer a braid(is that what it is called?) over a ponytail just because it is a change from the normal.

Everytime Victoria dresses her age, which I think she did today, I get excited, usually I think she dresses like she is 40 for daytime engagements, and 18 for galas.

Lena 11-15-2004 12:11 PM

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One from Fotomarktplatz/dpa

Alisa 11-15-2004 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Lena
Well you shouldn´t forget that this was a more casual event, with ppl, who are more easy-going. So I think this dress and boots were pretty ok. And the braid...you can´t tell me that the ponytail was so much better (?!)
The only thing, which is strange to me...it looks as if the white lining of the boots would be visible at the leg...or what is that?

The casualness of the event doesn't excuse CP Victoria's attire, sorry. My problem is the dress with the pairing of the cowboy(?) boots, the stocking, and the messy braid.With the boots and the braid she looks like a farm girl..

My solution:
A more tidy braid and mules instead of those boots and those stockings.

Josefine 11-15-2004 02:06 PM

have we not seen this dress before?

there is a lot for her this week

Lena 11-15-2004 05:13 PM

Two more (quite big...and obviously made of a person, who isn´t familiar with the digi-cam)
http://www.futurelab.se/fdd_image_ga...erence_001.jpg
http://www.futurelab.se/fdd_image_ga...ic%2394535.jpg

Lena 11-16-2004 12:12 PM

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Attendance at the awarding of ‘The Swedish Arts and Business Awards 2004 yesterday (Fotomarktplatz):

Necklace-> very nice, Jacket-> We had this before, IMO it´s ugly, the bun-> has to be fixed better

Josefine 11-16-2004 12:15 PM

did not letiza wear something like that jacket but in green

Larzen 11-16-2004 03:29 PM

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Yes she has a green one (and a black one, a dark purpel one and a light purpel one:p ), which Im no to fond of either, shiny velvet does not photograph very well, and Vicotrias Jacket I have seen atleast five times before.

Letizia however has her hair and makeup perfectly done, even if it is a little curly for my taste with the green jacket...Victorias bun looks like she has done it herself, I mean, Im sure a good hairdresses could make a simpel pretty bun in like 15 minutes, and she could read the paper whilst having it done so she would not waste any time

I really like Victorias Choker, very funky, looks like something she borrowed from Laurentien

http://www.imagine.photositepro.com/...20041110103202

http://80.81.101.125:9080/gallery%2F...2Flucia8%2Ejpg

prinsesmelanie 11-16-2004 03:43 PM

she is a cool girl taking her wok serious. I think she'd be a good queen.

Cathérine Bergeyck 11-17-2004 04:48 AM

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CROWN PRINCESS VICTORIA VISITS FUTURE DESIGN DAYS AT THE STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL FAIR, WHERE NEW DESIGN IS EXHIBITED.

leon 11-17-2004 06:49 AM

Princess Victoria today...
http://meta2.fotomarktplatz.org/cgi-...6/012501_4.jff

http://meta2.fotomarktplatz.org/cgi-...6/006501_4.jff

Josefine 11-17-2004 06:56 AM

are you sure that you posted thr right photos lena påosted these a few posts up and i think its from monday

Josefine 11-18-2004 07:53 AM

http://www.expressen.se


the article says that Victoria is becomming more and more intrested in design
she often talks with her sibling about design

Victoria faller för design
Prins Carl Philip och prinsessan Madeleine har haft intresset länge.
Nu har de fått med sig storasyster - som också blivit ordentligt biten av design.
- Jag tycker det är väldigt spännande, säger kronprinsessan Victoria till Expressen.

Kronprinsessan Victoria var en av gästerna som deltog på en stor konferens på den internationella mässan Future Design Days i Älvsjö i går.
Under flera timmar lyssnade hon uppmärksamt på föreläsare från hela världen som bjudits in för att föreläsa om olika typer av design.
När Expressen träffade henne vid lunchtid var det dags för rundtur i mässhallen och då berättade hon om sitt nyvunna intresse.

Roligt med design
- Ja, jag försöker titta en del i tidningar och hänga med, och det är väldigt spännande. Det är precis som de säger, man kan inte undgå design, och sen är det ju också roligt med den roll som Sverige har inom det här området. Att vi är så ledande och att många förknippar Sverige med bra design är extra kul.

Almanacka
Men det är inte bara Sveriges ledande ställning inom området som väckt intresset till liv - det är också ett givet samtalsämne bland syskonen.
Prins Carl Philip har gått en utbildning i grafisk design och i går presenterade han sitt första verk - en almanacka. Prinsessan Madeleine har tidigare praktiserat på en inredningstidning.
- Jo, visst pratar vi om design med varandra, säger Victoria.

Tinika 11-18-2004 02:22 PM

http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...&stc=1&thumb=1

Oh, that is such an unflattering picture! Yikes!

Josefine 11-18-2004 06:46 PM

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to bad there is no court dress for the royal ladies i would love to see victoria in this


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