Meghan Markle Spoke To The Charity's Wards
A year has passed since the release of Meghan Markle's debut smart Set clothing collection — in pre-fashion times. The presentation took place in Central London with the participation of bloggers and journalists. Then, in partnership with brands Jigsaw, John Lewis & Partners, Marks & Spencer, and designer Misha Nonu, the Duchess presented a capsule consisting of basic elements of the office wardrobe. All proceeds from sales were transferred to the Smart Works charity Fund, which helps unemployed women find a profession. In honor of the anniversary of the collaboration, Megan spoke to Zoom with three women about how the initiative has affected their lives.
During the conversation, Megan drew attention to the fact that many people think that Smart Works is a project mostly about clothes, but this is not quite true. "This is all external, although it is much more important what happens with the help of clothes to you inside. That is how your main accessory appears. That is self-confidence. With it, you leave the house and go to an interview. It is a self-confidence that helps to achieve new success, and I love this organization for the fact that Smart Works gives it."
In addition to the successful outfit and Hollywood smile, during the video conference, it was possible to see for the first time the interior of the Duchess' office in their home with Prince Harry.