The Duchess of Sussex is designing a workwear collection for charity in partnership with her friend and fashion designer Misha Nonoo.
The video sees Markle hugging the women, who appear to be her photoshoot models. She also helps with on-set styling, and evaluating photos.
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@sussexroyal behind the scenes for @smartworkscharity 💕😊 Did you also get your copy from the @britishvogue? I did 😍 . . Reminder: The Duchess of Sussex proudly announced her project in partnership with @marksandspencer @johnlewisandpartners @insidejigsaw and one of Meghan's best friend and biggest supporter, designer @mishanonoo to launch a capsule collection of work wear to benefit the charity @smartworkscharity which Meghan became officially Patron this year in January. 'Smart Works', is a charity based in UK that helps unemployed and vulnerable women back into the workplace. This women are also supported with clotches to master their job interviews… .
“Sneak peek at the new Smart Works charity capsule collection shoot, ahead of the autumn launch,” Markle captioned the Instagram Story.
For each item purchased in the workwear collection, one will be donated to a woman in need via Smart Works.
The organization offers unemployed women coaching and clothing for their next job interview.
The Duchess of Sussex took to Instagram Stories to share a couple of behind-the-scenes video clips from the photoshoot. The last caption in the story reads: “An initiative supporting the Smart Works collective which will equip women entering the workforce with the key workwear essentials they need,” she wrote.
The line of workwear will become available later this year.