Queen Letizia chose a dress from an Argentinian designer for a gala dinner

Queen Letizia chose a dress from an Argentinian designer for a gala dinner

The Queen shone in Spain with a design made on a tulle base with threads forming arabesque designs in pink champagne illuminated with platinum laminated prints and crystal embroidery (Getty Images)

Synonymous with style like few women in the world, Queen Letizia of Spain has the world talking, once again, for their fashion bets. This time it was for the dress signed by a famous Argentinian designer which she wore when, yesterday, the King and Queen of Spain received a State visit from their Highnesses, the Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, emir of Qatarand the sheikha Jawaher Bint Hamad Bin Suhaim Than, in the Royal Palace of Madrid.

After an official reception and lunch, it was time for the gala dinner. no tiara, Letizia Ortiz chose brand new a long champagne-colored dress, work of Gabriel Lage. The queen consort’s choice of attire stood out for being a piece that, perfectly, could have been worn on a red carpet.

For the occasion, which was the first gala dinner organized without a mask since 2019, Letizia bid on a dramatic evening design with a boat neckline slightly fitted to the body, long dropped sleeves and a soft flared skirt with a small train.

“I’m really, really excited. It is a tribute to my father who came from Spain when he was very young, stayed in Argentina and could not return for economic reasons.”, celebrated the creator in dialogue with Infobase.

The queen's bet was also completed with the touch she chose in her beauty look, where she opted for a natural make-up in which she only accentuated her look with a black eye pencil and a bit of gloss on the lips.(Getty Images)
The queen’s bet was also completed with the touch she chose in her beauty look, where she opted for a natural make-up in which she only accentuated her look with a black eye pencil and a bit of gloss on the lips.(Getty Images)

“I’m very happy and excited, I couldn’t stop crying, everyone was excited yesterday with my team, hugging and crying. We’re proud, it’s like the crowning achievement of his career, the theme of dressing a queen, especially the Queen of Spain, who is considered a fashion icon”, Lage added.

The queen’s bet was also completed with the brooch she chose in it watch of beauty, where he opted for a natural make-up in which, alone, she accentuated her look with a black eye pencil And a little bright on her lips, also pulling her hair up into a high bun to reveal some slopes from diamonds what were they a gift from the Emir himself.

During recent public appearances Letizia shows leaving aside sobriety and surprises by risking with bold and hard-hitting bets. This time, moreover, he chose a designer son of a Spanish tailor, born in Lugo, who emigrated to Argentina in the 60s, and that today it is one of the most renowned couturiers in the country.

It’s that Gabriel Lagewhich presents its collections on the most prestigious catwalks in the world, can boast of having dressed other first ladies, such as Argentina’s Juliana Awada, and celebrities or models, like Valeria Mazza. In reality, Awada I am wearing a dress from The letter G at the reception at the Palace that took place during the official visit to Spain in 2017, when Mauricio Macri he was president. Surely the queen asked him about it and today, five years later, he was wearing one of her designs.

Gabriel Lage can also boast of having dressed other first ladies, such as Argentina's Juliana Awada, and celebrities or models, such as Valeria Mazza (EFE)
Gabriel Lage can also boast of having dressed other first ladies, such as Argentina’s Juliana Awada, and celebrities or models, such as Valeria Mazza (EFE)

The image of the wife of King Felipe with her Gabriel Lage It went viral in minutes: the Spanish press hailed the Argentinian’s design. “Everyone called me from Spain (a country where Lage is present with his fashion) and also many Argentinian colleagues, which moved me doubly”, the designer commented TN-Style from his studio in Recoleta. And he clarified: “It was my father who instilled in him the love for the art of sewing and fashion, introducing me to the world of handmade clothing. Yes dressing the queen is, in a way, paying homage to her.

For The letter G, this event meanscrown the work that for so many years has been so difficult in the country. It is difficult for all Argentinian designers to travel from here (to other parts of the world). It is total happiness. I can’t stop crying. It was one of the big goals achieved. Years ago I wanted to dress her because I think she’s a wonderful woman.

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