Meghan’s CV gets a makeover as she bags her first fashion collection
A charity has launched one of its most ambitious projects yet with the savvy duchess’s help
When the Duchess of Sussex announced she was to become the royal patron of Smart Works at the start of this year, its organisers and volunteers could never have predicted how much was about to change.
Since 2013, the charity, which has eight centres in London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Leeds, Reading, Birmingham and Newcastle, has quietly helped more than 15,000 British women struggling back into employment via sessions combining personal styling and interview training.
But last week, Smart Works launched one of its most ambitious projects yet with the duchess’s “Smart Set” collection, bringing together Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and Partners, Jigsaw and Misha Nonoo to sell clothes for their cause...