On Tuesday, Queen Letizia visited the headquarters of the Association for the Prevention, Reintegration, and Care of Prostituted Women (APRAMP) in Madrid, which is devoted to building a society free of violence and exploitation, and where people regain their freedom and dignity.
Queen Letizia first explored the facilities and the workshops of the association, encompassing the Fashion School and the Survivors School. Following the tour, Queen Letizia participated in a working meeting with APRAMP's technical team and survivors.
For today's visit, Her Majesty wore a tweed jacket designed and crafted at the APRAMP fashion workshop. Rendered in a mix of red, white and black, the long sleeved jacket features frayed edges, button-front and a collarless neckline.
This is the third piece Queen Letizia has worn from the APRAMP fashion school. In June 2021, she debuted a grey Ulises Mérida dress created in collaboration with APRAMP, and in June 2022, she wore a pink paisley print blouse also crafted in the same workshop.
She paired the fitted jacket with her black Hugo Boss 'Trimie' Wide-Leg Crop Trousers.
Queen Letizia arrived at the APRAMP headquarters wearing her black Carolina Herrera maxi-length wool coat.
Adorning her feet were the latest addition to her wardrobe - a pair of Adeba 'Dance' Ballerinas in black. Crafted from glossy patent leather, these ballet flats showcase a stylish round toe, think ankle strap, and a subtle 2.5 cm heel.
Completing the look were the Gold & Roses Shewel Triple Hoops.