After visiting Vitoria, in the Basque Country, this Monday, together with the king Felipe VI, to inaugurate the Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism, Letizia This Wednesday, the 2nd, he resumed his solo agenda, participating in a working meeting with the patronage of the Support Foundation Against Drug Addiction, in Madrid.
For the occasion, the Queen of Spain chose to debut a comfortable dress, designed by Ulises Mérida, which ‘hides’ a very important message.
It is a gray-toned garment with an asymmetrical neckline, sleeveless, with a bow on the shoulder and a skirt. midi, with a slight lateral opening. This dress belongs to the brand’s fall/winter 2021-2022 collection and is part of a social project. It was presented at the last Fashion Week in Madrid and created in collaboration with the association APRAMP (Association for the Prevention, Reintegration and Care of Women Prostitutes), which works to prevent and eradicate sexual exploitation and human trafficking.
Ulises Mérida worked in partnership with 12 women who survived situations of this nature. Together they launched the collection “Books”, made up of 70 pieces, among which is the dress that the queen debuted this Wednesday. The total sales value of this collection reverts to APRAMP.