Queen Letizia presided over the third edition of the "Telefónica Ability Awards". The awards recognize companies and organizations that develop business models to help integrate disabled people into the work force or supply chain.
In her speech, the Queen stressed that "Disability is not a problem. It's a reality that requires a joint effort of all. It is a reality that puts up a mirror. Putting people with disabilities in the production chain is the best expression of who we are as a society, as a country".
Tonight, Doña Letizia looked elegant in a chic new black and white ensemble. Her top has been identified as the Hugo Boss BOSS 'Bajula' silk blouse. The draping silk shirt features a tonal woven dot pattern, band collar and concealed placket. It originally retailed for £210 but is now on sale for £95 from Hugo Boss UK and House of Fraser.
Letizia contrasted the white blouse with a black high-waist full circle skirt. Currently there is no information about the designer of the skirt but it is also believed to be by Hugo Boss.
Doña Letizia also debuted a new black Hugo Boss clutch bag. The purple hue in the image below is a reflection of the lighting in the arena.
The 'Erica-V' clutch bag is from the BOSS Black collection. It is made from patent cowhide and the edge is finished in a goldtone metal with an embossed logo. It comes with a link chain hand strap.
On her feet where the Magrit perforated black suede pumps. These are a bespoke version of the Magrit 'Estela' heels. These were first worn by Letizia in late October 2014 at the Prince of Asturias Awards 2014.
Tonight we also saw the return of the stunning de Grisogono black diamond teardrop earrings.
SHOP QUEEN LETIZIA'S LOOK FOR LESS ...