Mette-Marit appeared in a 15-year-old’s coat during Paris Fashion Week

Mette-Marit appeared in a 15-year-old’s coat during Paris Fashion Week

Although Crown Princess Mette-Marit, 49, is known for her fine sense of style, she isn’t often seen at big fashion shows. But when her dear friend, star Norwegian designer Peter Dundas, 54, premiered his latest collection in Paris last week, the crown princess was a self-described guest.

Along with model Bianca Brandolini (35), artist Avril Lavigne (38) and model and designer Camila Alves McConaughey (41), she enjoyed a final shout-out from the front row at the venerable Palais Garnier.

Dundas has left a strong mark in the global fashion industry for many years. He has worked as chief designer for fashion houses such as Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli, and in 2017 he launched his own collection for the first time.

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close friends

Mette-Marit is one of the many well-known names on the client list, but she has also become a very good friend.

A must for both, according to my fashion They were introduced to each other already in 2006 by designer and editor Elle Petra Middelthon (50).

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Since then, they have met as often as possible both at home and abroad, and Dundas was, among other things, a guest at the Crown Prince’s annual birthday party and when the Crown Prince celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary at the palace in 2010.

Friendship: Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore a dress signed by Dundas during the inaugural gala dinner at the National Museum, and also had her stylist good friend at the table.  Photo: Jesper Sunesen

Friendship: Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore a dress signed by Dundas during the inaugural gala dinner at the National Museum, and also had her stylist good friend at the table. Photo: Jesper Sunesen
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The crown princess has dressed her friend’s designer clothes several times. Most recently when the new National Museum opened last year.

Then she wore a dress that was a collaborative project between her, Dundas, and Aurora Verkstedt. Today this dress has been donated to the museum, where other of the Crown Princess’s Dundas creations are also on display.

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Greetings to the crown prince

But not only Mette-Marit is a fan of Peter – it’s mutual:

“Mette-Marit is always honest, positive and has an endless charm that no one can resist. These are things that I think are important and that Norway represents. Moreover, she is considered one of the most beautiful and elegant members of the royal family in Europe – if not the whole world. ( …) Happy birthday, my princess!” He wrote a tribute to Elle’s Mette-Marit for her 40th birthday in 2013.

DUNDAS DESIGN: The Crown Princess has a number of dresses signed by her good designer friend, such as the red Pucci dress.  Photo: Tim Rooke/REX/NTB

DUNDAS DESIGN: The Crown Princess has a number of dresses signed by her good designer friend, such as the red Pucci dress. Photo: Tim Rooke/REX/NTB
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Dundas also said he loves taking advice from his royal friend, and that he especially loves making clothes for her.

– It’s fun to make clothes for the crown princess, she has very good taste. He told Se og Hør that I love the things I do for her – it’s not always that way with all the other clients.

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reuse

But although Dundas has often worn Mette-Marit, she didn’t choose his designs for the show last week. Then she showed up in a Marni coat, which is by no means the latest in fashion. I used it for the first time in 2008!

Refined: The coat the Crown Princess wore during Paris Fashion Week last week is the same one seen here on World AIDS Day in 2008. Photo: Lise Åserud/NTB.

Refined: The coat the Crown Princess wore during Paris Fashion Week last week is the same one seen here on World AIDS Day in 2008. Photo: Lise Åserud/NTB.
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However, it is difficult in the era of green fashion, and the Crown Princess has become a perfect example to show the world that consumption reuse is superior!

The Princess Crown also wore pants by Zimmermann, a blouse by Boss and shoes by Chanel.

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