Queen Letizia debuts Bimba Y Lola trouser suit to inaugurate the Iberdrola Innovation and Training Campus
The King and Queen of Spain inaugurated the Iberdrola Innovation and Training Campus under the theme RETO (Challenge) 'Recovery, Energy, Transition and SDG' and delivered the Supplier of the Year Awards, at San Agustín del Guadalix, Madrid.
The Iberdrola group is a global energy leader, the first wind power producer and one of the largest electricity companies by market capitalisation in the world. The Iberdrola Innovation and Training Campus has state-of-the-art facilities which represent Iberdrola's commitment to technology, R&D and collaboration with technology centres to lead the energy transition, green recovery and the employability of young people and senior professionals in sectors of the future. Approximately 13,000 people receive training development in its classrooms annually.
After the initial greetings, Their Majesties moved to the auditorium where the 'CHALLENGE COVID Special Mention Awards' and 'Iberdrola RETO Awards' were presented. Afterwards, King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia toured the Campus, signed the book of honour and were photographed by the commemorative plaque marking their visit.
Queen Letizia stepped out in a new olive green pant suit for the visit to the Iberdrola campus.
The separates are from Spanish fashion brand, Bimba Y Lola. The set consists of a double-breasted blazer with peaked lapels, and high-rise straight-cut trousers.
The Spanish Queen softened the masculine suit with a black camisole featuring a scallop lace trim.
She carried the Nina Ricci 'Marche' handbag with a snakeskin-embossed flap front.
On her feet were the black Prada Saffiano patent pointy-toe pumps.
Letizia finished the look with her Gold & Roses Double Dagger Earrings.