Queen Letizia restyles petal pink suit for the proclamation of the FPdGi Arts and Letters Award 2021
The Queen of Spain participated in a virtual event organised by the Princess of Girona Foundation (FPdGi) in collaboration with the Autonomous Community of La Rioja to announce the winner of the 2021 Princess of Girona Arts and Letters Foundation Award.
Before announcing María Sánchez Rodríguez, a field veterinarian and writer as the winner of the 2021 Arts and Letters Award, Her Majesty hosted four previous years winners in her office at the Palace of Zarzuela to discuss the importance of art and culture, a sector severely affected by the pandemic.
The event also hosted the final of the FPdGi Entrepreneurial Challenge in which students from educational centres in La Rioja proposed solutions to the question: What will culture be like after COVID-19?
Between the 4th of March and 29th of April, the FPdGi begins a virtual tour of different autonomous communities of Spain, to publicise the activity of its programs, propose current debates and announce the new winners for 2021 in Arts and Letters, Business, Social field and Scientific Research. In addition, in each territory, the Entrepreneurial Challenge with educational centres, an online disruptive workshop that encourages creative innovation, teamwork and communication based on a guided dynamic of generating ideas about a related problem, which has been energized four weeks before.
Queen Letizia wore her pink Hugo Boss pantsuit featuring the 'Jericoa' Blazer and 'Tiluna' Trousers.
The suit has been seen on a number of occasions since its debut in December of 2019.
Letizia has always teamed it with a white blouse and tonal pink pumps. Today she offset it with a black lace-trimmed camisole.
On her feet were the black Manolo Blahnik BB snakeskin-embossed pumps featuring a custom rubber platform sole.