Mette-Marit and the royal dresses (#19)

Summer is traditionally the deadest period of Norwegian newspaper journalism. It is so dead that it is called cucumber season, because the stories of cucumber-growers (or other similar small pebbles of stories) suddenly become almost front page material. They therefore naturally all rejoice when something unexpected crops up. One of the big ¬†topics in the… Continue reading Mette-Marit and the royal dresses (#19)

Victoria and H&M

One of the foremost things a female royal today can do for her country’s fashion industry is to wear what they produce in public. Where she will be photographed. It is a promotion of that country and that industry. (Fashion is less important in the role than the humanitarian aspects and other official duties, but… Continue reading Victoria and H&M