The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, has returned to her royal duties following the birth of her son Archie in May. She made her first official public appearance to launch a new fashion collection aimed at supporting unemployed women. The «Smart Set Capsule Collection,» created in collaboration with renowned British stores and designers, is designed to benefit Smart Works, a charity dedicated to providing clothing and training to help unemployed women prepare for job interviews.
During this special initiative, for every item purchased from the collection, another will be donated to the charity. Meghan became the patron of Smart Works earlier this year, underscoring her commitment to helping those in need.
The collection features pieces from well-known brands like Jigsaw, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, and designer Misha Nonoo, a close friend of Meghan. In her statement, Meghan expressed her deep dedication to supporting meaningful community work in the UK and thanked the brands for prioritizing purpose over profit.
This initiative aligns with Meghan’s mission to use her platform to create positive change in the lives of individuals, particularly those facing unemployment challenges and job interviews.