no matter if you are officially active as a member of the Royal House of british or of maternity leave. is Meghan Markle not let to monopolize the headlines, whether for its controversial travel, your family's routine, their assumptions even to the Queen, or for reasons as positive as yesterday. And that is after the welcome to the world of the small Archie last may, and taken four months to take care of your baby, the Duchess of Sussex opened its official agenda by presenting a capsule collection of clothing for women working in collaboration with the charity Smart Works.
As explained to ABC, a spokesperson for the organization, "offers free of charge the advice of a stylist and a set of high quality clothing to unemployed women who have confirmed a job interview," in addition to "a coaching session with a specialist in human resources for the interview to be successful". If the applicant gets the job, the organization will donate five sets of clothes (which also include the bag and the shoes) so that you can go to work properly dressed while you get paid the first salary. "We took advantage of the power of the clothes and the confidence that brings, along with the coaching, to make every woman give the best of itself in a crucial moment".unemployed
The idea behind the organization is to provide these women with clothing that could not afford to be properly prepared for an interview, increase confidence and offer practical tools to succeed. "Most are unemployed, of low economic resources also have the self-esteem undermined after a long and fruitless job search", they said.
Meghan Markle became the patron saint of Smart Works a few months ago and announced the departure of its collection in the September issue of the magazine "Vogue", where he served as guest editor. It was precisely his contribution to this edition of the famous magazine one of the episodes controversial of the year, as many will afearon not including the Queen Elizabeth II in its list of "15 women changing the world".
"this is Not only donate your clothes and see where it ends, but to be a part of the success stories of other women," said the Duchess, who has counted for this project with the collaboration of the brand Jigsaw and his friend, the designer Misha Nonoo (la celestina who organised the blind date between Markle and Harry ) and the chains Marks & Spencer and John Lewis, which yesterday began to be sold online the first two garments: a dress (24 euros) and a handbag (134). The others are a white shirt, a jacket and a pair of pants. For each piece sold we will donate another to the organization. Markle try and get a good start of the new season, after a summer in which his index of popularity among the british fell to its lowest level.Date Of Update: 14 September 2019, 05:00