Meghan debuted her new capsule collection for Smart Works, a charity that provides interview clothes to unemployed women, as well as training.
Misha Nonoo, one of Meghan's close friends, is the fourth brand coming on board and as fans of the Duchess will know, she regularly wears Misha's designs, most notably for one of her first public appearances with Prince Harry. Meghan's collection features a shirt, trousers, blazer, dress and tote bag - and for every item bought during the sale, one will be donated to Smart Works.
The designer joined Meghan in London on Thursday to celebrate the launch of the Smart Set collection, which has seen an overwhelmingly positive response, with some of the most popular designs now being sold on eBay for three times their original price.
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"It's an incredible charity that helps women, who have been out of work for quite some time, get back into the world of work by giving them prep sessions".
"As women, it is 100 percent our responsibility, I think, to support and up-lift each other". Several of Diana's diamond were included in Meghan's engagement ring, and the Duchess of Sussex was spotted wearing the late Princess of Wales's aquamarine ring while leaving her wedding reception with Harry on May 19, 2018.
"Since moving to the United Kingdom, it has been deeply important to me to meet with communities and organisations on the ground doing meaningful work and to try to do whatever I can to help them amplify their impact", Meghan, 38, said in a statement.
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"She's been wonderful. She's the consummate professional".
The duchess was joined on stage by Smart Works staff and clients, who recalled her "really getting stuck in" as a volunteer, putting together outfits and regaling clients with tales of her own first job serving frozen yogurt over the counter in Los Angeles.
Jigsaw's Smart Set suit has wool-blend pants at £120 and a matching Italian stretch gabardine blazer for £199. Within that time, the Duchess of Sussex has been on maternity leave enjoying precious moments with her newborn. "It's a brilliant idea and I think it's going to have a real impact on people's lives".
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Meghan's return to work was discussed yesterday on ITV daytime talk show Lorraine, with a royal expert explaining that the collection launch was Meghan getting "back to basics".