The Duchess of Sussex looked chic as she unveiled her partnership with Vogue magazine in a white Gucci embellished tweed dress. The ladylike sheath features a black bow and removable rose appliqué with a vintage silhouette. The dress is crafted in Italy from cotton blend tweed with shades of pink and blue. In addition, the style has a grosgrain ribbon.
For the ‘Forces of Change’ issue, the duchess selected celebrities, politicians and activists who she believes are creating meaningful movements are are champions of causes like diversity, body empowerment and climate change. The sixteenth space on the cover also features a mirror so that every reader can pictures themselves as part of the collective of women.
The Sussex Royal account also shared information on Meghan’s British Vogue editor position and revealed that the duchess had curated the content with editor-in-chief Edward Enniful over the previous seventh months. While reviewing the photoshoots, the duchess and Enniful clasped arm and arm with the duchess in a sleeveless black jumpsuit from Everlane (ID Meghan’s Mirror.)