SmartWorks to benefit from an Initative to mark International Women's Day 2020

SmartWorks UK, the charity which Meghan is Patron of, will be benefitting from a new initiative by women's shirt makers WNU (With Nothing Underneath). Using the same format as the project launched last year by Meghan, when she collaborated with Marks and Spencer’s, Jigsaw and Misha Nonoo to support the charity, to celebrate International Women’s Day 2020, on March 8th for every shirt bought from the WNU workwear collection, WNU will donate a second shirt to SmartWorks. SmartWorks is the U.K. charity offering a dressing and coaching service for unemployed women. All clothing provided to their clients come from donations.
SmartWorks and Meghan Markle update on International Women's Day 2020
Photo from WNU website
According to the WNU website, their button-down shirts are inspired by men’s tailoring but designed for women and are made from materials sustainable sourced. As of 2020 the shirts will be made from 100% organic materials.Click WNU website:


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