Duchess of Sussex unveils fashion line for unemployed women

Duchess of Sussex unveils fashion line for unemployed women

The Duchess of Sussex, Megan Markle has unveiled her fashion line, The Smart Set, a collection of interview-appropriate clothing for unemployed women

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The Duchess of Sussex, Megan Markle has unveiled her fashion line, The Smart Set, a collection of interview-appropriate clothing for unemployed women trying to enter the workplace.

Named after Smart Works, a charity that provides interview coaching and appropriate outfits for women in need and one that the duchess is a patron of, The Smart Set collection, comprising a trouser suit, white shirt, dress and a leather bag.

For each piece sold on the shop floor one will be donated to Smart Works. To date, Smart Works has depended on donations from individuals and brands.

Veering into fashion is also something of a celebration of Meghan’s image as the modern relatable face of the royal family.

That Smart Set would be sold through several rival retailers. A spokesperson for the duchess said she had been involved in the design process. The collection’s minimalist aesthetic reflects her personal style.