Whatever the Duchess of Sussex wears — seems to magically sell out. From striped skirts to suede shoulder bags — the duchess has the Midas touch when it comes to selecting styles that fly off shelves. And while the ‘Meghan effect’ continues to be responsible for website crashes, rapid restocks and label longevity for a number of brands — the California based royal doesn’t seem fazed by the value of her endorsement. In fact, she still is drawn to female founded brands, sustainable and eco-minded companies and of course affordable retailers like J.Crew.

The duchess recently wore a brand that prides itself on diversity and inclusivity. In early October 2020, Meghan wore a Victor Glemaud camel slash long sleeve top. The cut shoulder sweater with an asymmetrical neckline in a rib knit fabric was popular for its modern and edgy v-neck design.

About the brand: Victor Glemaud is a Haitian-born fashion designer. Mr. Glemaud launched his eponymous leisurewear collection of statement knitwear, designed for all people, genders, races, and sizes with an emphasis on marrying comfort and style in 2006.