After triumphing in London, Queen Letizia He is now back on his official agenda in Spain. And the monarch begins the week in Madrid with some sustainable awards, because she will present the ‘Retina Eco Awards 2023’, which recognize the most outstanding projects for their innovation, impact on sustainability and the fight against climate change, technology and other environmental or social aspects related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. A sustainable aspect that Queen Letizia he loves to support with his official agenda and on more than one occasion we have already seen him wearing some of the most sustainable clothing to advocate for the circularity of fashion in Spain. For this awards night, Doña LetiziahaBrand new aquamarine green Zara dress with a great effect and new earrings.
For this awards night, the Queen LetiziaShe has chosen to wear this aquamarine Zara linen dress for the first time, to show off her toned and tanned arms. A sleeveless green dress with an original gathering at the neck that Letizia has combined with some brand new Tous earrings and a thin black belt to mark the waist as she likes so much. The winners of the third edition of the awards have been selected from more than 70 projects developed during 2022 in which relevant aspects such as innovation, impact on sustainability and the fight against climate change, technology and other environmental or social elements related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The jury, which met on July 10 to deliberate, was made up of relevant personalities from the scientific, academic and business fields.
Gathered dress with linen, from Zara (39.95 euros)
The next day we see Queen Letizia at an official ceremony this week will be in Malaga next Thursday for the inauguration of the II International Congress on Trafficking in Human Beings, organized by Betania, in which prominent national and international specialists will be present, who will debate the importance of providing the crime with an international perspective for its eradication.