Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has given fans a glimpse at her upcoming workwear collection in a behind-the-scenes video from the photoshoot.
In the September 2019 issue of British Vogue magazine, which the royal guest-edited, the Duchess revealed she was teaming up with executives of British high street retailers Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and Jigsaw and her fashion designer pal Misha Nonoo to create a line specialising in professional clothing which will benefit the organisation Smart Works.
On Wednesday, she gave her fans a brief glimpse at her line by sharing a behind-the-scenes video from the collection's photoshoot on the @sussexroyal Instagram Stories.
In the clips, the 38-year-old, wearing skinny jeans and an oversized blue shirt, can be seen excitedly chatting to the photographer and surprising the women as they arrive to model the clothes. She also sweetly claps her hands in excitement as she admires the final shots from the shoot.
Smart Works representatives reposted Meghan's video and captioned the footage: "A sneak peak at the new @SmartWorkCharity capsule collection shoot, ahead of the autumn launch (sic).
"An initiative supporting the Smart Works collective which will equip women entering the workforce with the key work wear essentials they need. Coming soon..."
The British retailers will sell the capsule collection and for every purchase made, a "like for like" item will be donated to Smart Works.
The U.K.-based organisation provides interview clothes and training to unemployed women in need, and if they get a job, Smart Works supplies them with a second outfit for them to wear until they get their first paycheck.
"This is not a fairy tale. In fact, if it's a cultural reference you're after, forget Cinderella - this is the story of Wonder Woman, ready to take on the world in her metaphorical and literal cape," Meghan previously said of the women being supported by Smart Works.
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