Danish Royalty Opened the Dior 2019 Menswear Show

Danish Royalty Opened the Dior 2019 Menswear Show

Prince Nicolai of Denmark was invited by fashion designer Kim Jones to open the Dior Spring 2019 menswear collection. The Danish royalty is a professional mannequin and made appearance on the catwalk dressed in exquisite Dior outfits.

British fashion designer Kin Jones, whose mother is Danish, had invited Prince Nicolai of Denmark to start the show dressed in the collection’s relaxed suiting.

Danish Royalty Opened the Dior 2019 Menswear Show
Prince Nicolai of Denmark at the catwalk for Dior

Prince and model
In 2017 Prince Nicolai signed with Scoop Models in Denmark and generated buzz when he walked for Burberry’s Christopher Bayley’s collection. Being a prince and a Danish Royalty doesn’t hurt but the tall, handsome young man would most likely have had success as a model without having the title Prince of Denmark.

As seventh in line for the throne, Prince Nicolai is free to mannequin full-time without having to fret about any of the restrictions generally related to royal life. This Dior job is probably only the beginning of a magnificent career.

About Prince Nicolai of Denmark
Prince Nikolai was born in Copenhagen on 28 August 1999. He is the eldest grandchild of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark and her husband, Prince Henrik. In addition, the prince is of Chinese descent, as he is a great-great-grandson of Mary Ho Li from Guangdong, China.

Danish Royalty Opened the Dior 2019 Menswear Show
Prince Nicolai of Denmark / Photo: Steen Borrgaard, Royal Danish Court

His godparents are the Crown Prince of Denmark (paternal uncle), Nicola Baird (maternal aunt), the Earl of Wessex, Peter Steenstrup, and Camilla Flint.

After their divorce, Prince Joachim and Alexandra had joint custody of Prince Nikolai and Prince Felix.

Danish Royalty Opened the Dior 2019 Menswear Collection, written by Tor Kjolberg

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Journalist, PR and marketing consultant Tor Kjolberg has several degrees in marketing management. He started out as a marketing manager in Scandinavian companies and his last engagement before going solo was as director in one of Norway’s largest corporations. Tor realized early on that writing engaging stories was more efficient and far cheaper than paying for ads. He wrote hundreds of articles on products and services offered by the companies he worked for. Thus, he was attuned to the fact that storytelling was his passion.