First Lady of the Republic of Poland Mrs Agata Duda styling in the USA
First Lady of the Republic of Poland Mrs Agata Duda in a black and white outfit in the USA
On Saturday, President Andrzej Duda and his wife, Agata Kornhauser -Duda, arrived in New York, where they began their official five-day visit to the United States, on the occasion of the high-level week inaugurating the 78th session of the UN General Assembly. The First Lady of the Republic of Poland, for Sunday’s official start of the programme of her visit to the USA – chose an exclusive black and white dress from Atelier De Marco, by Władysława Frączek.
First Lady of the Republic of Poland in a black and white dress on a visit to the US
Mrs Agata Kornhauser-Duda once again chose to appear in a creation from Atelier De Marco. This time the choice fell on an elegant formal dress, designed by Władysława Frączek. Source: prezydent.pl
Tribute to World War II Victims in front of the Katyn Memorial in New Jersey. Agata Kornhauser-Duda once again impressed with her creation
The ceremonial laying of a wreath in front of the Katyn Monument in Jersey City, New Jersey, was the first official item on the agenda of the five-day visit of Polish President Andrzej Duda and his wife – to the United States. Accompanying the President, Agata Kornhauser-Duda presented herself in an elegant two-colour visiting dress created at the De Marco Atelier of Władysława Frączek.
The First Lady of the Republic of Poland chose a two-tone black and white tailored formal dress from Atelier De Marco for the official start of her five-day visit to the United States. Source: president.co.uk
Visit of the President of the Republic of Poland to the USA. The First Lady’s inaugural outfit. Agata Duda styling in the USA
Agata Kornhauser-Duda is known for her love of elegant classics, in which, however, there are often references to the most fashionable trends. This two-coloured elegant formal dress by De Marco, presented by the First Lady in Jersey City, is a perfect example of the skilful combination of classic and modern.The presentational outfit of President Andrzej Duda is certainly a daring and fashionable proposal, in an extremely elegant duo of black and white. The formal dress stands out above all for its use of an interesting combination of colours, creating a modern and unconventional effect in the style of a “half-and-half” jacket.”
Agata Duda styling in the USA
The dress of the First Lady of the Republic of Poland Agata Kornhauser-Duda, created on the base of a long formal dress by De Marco, has met with acclaim both at home and abroad. Stylist Jarosław Szado, in the Fakt newspaper, drew attention to the skilful combination of the dignified character of the creation with the prevailing trends. Source: radiorampa.com and https://www.fakt.pl
Fashionable and stylish. First Lady of the Republic’s two-tone dress attracts media attention
Agata Kornhauser-Duda’s outfit from Atelier De Marco, in which she appeared during the wreath-laying ceremony at the Katyn Monument in Jersey City, drew the attention of those gathered. The black and white formal dress with an interesting cut, inspired by a jacket – perfectly emphasised the perfect figure of the First Lady of the Republic of Poland. The clearly accentuated shoulder line gave the whole outfit an air of solemnity, at the same time alluding to the most popular trends of the moment.The choice of dress in the most classic colour duo also had a symbolic dimension – Katyn was the site of mass executions of Polish officers carried out by the Soviet NKVD in the spring of 1940, during World War II.
The colours used in the design of the First Lady of the Republic of Poland’s dress – black and white – are colours that play an important role in the symbolism associated with the victims of the Katyn massacre. Black symbolises not only the mourning associated with the tragedy of the Katyn massacre, but also the honour, memory and respect for the fallen officers and their heroism in the face of death. White, on the other hand, can be an excellent reference to the innocence of the victims of the crime. It helps to emphasise the pursuit of truth, justice and remembrance of the victims of the crime. Source: president.co.uk