Known for regularly wearing Middle Eastern designers, her Majesty Queen Rania opted for a long-sleeved midi dress at the 73rd General Assembly held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
The Queen of Jordan is known for her support of Arab fashion houses, last week the royal chose Lebanese label Georges Charkras for a summit in China - and for her visit to the UN, Queen Rania chose a dress from Hussein Bazaza.
The mother-of-four wore the 'Lili' dress from the brand's autumn/winter 2018 collection. The ensemble is made of silk crepe with a touch of dark green velvet, black and white lace and crimson hidden pleats on the sides. To complete the look she wore Ralph Masri earrings, Dior stilettos and a Bottega Venetta clutch.
The event will see 193 presidents, prime ministers and government leaders from across the world come together to raise awareness around issues from sustainability to education. King Abdullah Al Hussein is among the names of people who will be delivering a speech during the assembly.
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Last week, Queen Rania attended the Adventures of Looney Balloony Festival, which aims to raise awareness around the dangers of violence against children. She kept it simple by wearing a Carven Mecano shirt dress.