Details emerged today about the September issue of British Vogue, in which Meghan acted as Guest Editor. The Duchess of Sussex shared that she wanted “to take the year’s most-read fashion issue and steer its focus to the values, causes and people making impact in the world today“.
In the special issue, focussed on female empowerment, Meghan interviewed former American First Lady Michelle Obama. The issue also features New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (whom many will recall Meghan met while she and Harry were in the country) and legendary actress Jane Fonda. Meghan declined a photoshoot for the editorial event to shine the spotlight on the women she admires, rather than on herself.
We had several “images” of Meghan appear alongside the announcement about the September Issue. The first was Meghan seen browsing through a rack of clothing from during a private visit to Smart Works. She was seen wearing a vintage-inspired tweed dress from Gucci, accessorized with her Manolo Blahnik slingback shoes. The sleeveless dress featured a flower appliqué and ribbon detail, which was removable to create a versatile piece – and one that we imagine we will see repeated again in her royal wardrobe in the years to come.
The second was a glimpse from the campaign announcement video which was made available talking about the Force for Change campaign. Meghan, visibly pregnant, is wearing a budget-friendly jumpsuit from one of favourite retailers, Everlane.
Tai Jewelry ‘Asymmetrical Circle’ BraceletShop
Solange Azagury-Partridge ‘Love’ RingShop
Pippa Small Small Kyanite Stud EarringsShop
Manolo Blahnik Polka Dot SlingbacksShop
Gucci Embellished Tweed DressShop
Everlane ‘The Essential’ GoWeave JumpsuitShop
Courrèges Vintage Haute Couture Black CoatShop
Aquazzura ‘Deneuve’ Ballet FlatShop
Other photos from the pages were visible to allow us to identify more pieces – you can check those out below in a gallery of pages featuring Meghan in the magazine (click to see full screen)
Love Meghan’s look today? We asked the team to come up with some of their favourite #MirrorMeg options:
The “Letter from the Editor” was penned by Meghan, and she was featured in a variety of the content in the magazine. We’ve attached the full pages from the magazine, which is now available, below.
What did you think of Meghan serving as Editor of British Vogue? Will you be picking up the issue?