Meghan Markle lanzó una línea de ropa para ayudar a mujeres desempleadas

 
Jue, 09/12/2019 - 12:08
La colección es llamada Smart Set y apoya a Smart Works

Meghan, la duquesa de Sussex, lanzó una línea de ropa para una organización benéfica que ayuda a mujeres desempleadas a conseguir trabajo. La esposa del príncipe Enrique asistió a una recepción en una tienda por departamentos John Lewis para presentar la colección de ropa y accesorios con su amiga diseñadora Misha Nonoo.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Today The Duchess of Sussex, alongside @smartworkscharity launched #thesmartset capsule collection. The five piece collection of workwear essentials will help equip Smart Works clients with the classic pieces they need to attend interviews and enter into the workplace. “I am excited to celebrate the launch of another initiative of women supporting women, and communities working together for the greater good” - The Duchess of Sussex. @smartworkscharity helps long-term unemployed women regain the confidence they need to return to employment, by providing high quality clothes for interviews, one-to-one interview training and professional and personal development, through the Smart Works Network. In fact, with the charity’s support, 64% of clients to on to get a job! The Duchess became Patron of Smart Works in January this year. During several visits to the charity, Her Royal Highness noticed that donations to Smart Works were plentiful but were not always the right choices or sizes. As a result, The Duchess initiated the Smart Set, Smart Works Capsule Collection. The Duchess of Sussex and @smartworkscharity have convened four British fashion and retail brands who have created #thesmartset Capsule Collection to equip women with classic wardrobe pieces to help them feel confidence as they return to the workplace. For every item purchased, one will be donated to Smart Works. Scroll to see behind the scenes photographs of The Duchess surprising Smart Works clients during a capsule collection photo shoot @jennyzarins, photos from today’s launch and The Duchess’s previous visits to @smartworkscharity.

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La línea incluye atuendos profesionales como un blazer, un bolso de mano y pantalones. El lanzamiento se hizo el día antes del inicio de la Semana de la Moda de Londres. La colección, llamada Smart Set, apoya a Smart Works. Meghan es patrocinadora real de la organización, que proporciona entrenamiento y ropa a mujeres para entrevistas de trabajo. "Como mujeres, es 100% nuestra responsabilidad, pienso, apoyarnos y animarnos unas a otras", dijo Meghan.

El evento fue uno de sus primeros compromisos reales desde el nacimiento de su hijo Archie en mayo.

 

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