Queen Letizia, Special Ambassador of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), was in Milan today to attended the official ceremony of World Food Day. The event was organized by the FAO in celebration of its 70th anniversary.
On arrival at the auditorium of the Expo Milano 2015, Her Majesty was received by the President of Italy, Sergio Matarella; Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon and his wife, Yoo Soon-Taek.
Milan is synonymous with fashion, and today Queen Letizia did not disappoint. She looked ravishing in a red Carolina Herrera stretch-wool peplum dress.
The piece is a new addition to Queen Letizia's closet and it shares similarities with this ready-to-wear number from the Venezuelan-born designer.
She coordinated the dress with a new red python clutch bag, also by Carolina Herrera. The 'Maysa' bag is from the Spring/Summer 2015 'Samba' collection.
We also got a glimpse of new gold long shell chain earrings. They are by her go-to jewelery brand, TOUS.
On her feet were the Lodi 'Sara' burgundy/black pumps (sold out).
Before entering the auditorium Queen Letizia covered up with her Nina Ricci tweed swing coat which she a debuted in April.
SHOP QUEEN LETIZIA'S STYLE FOR LESS ...