The Duchess of Sussex is in London this week for what many are calling her farewell royal tour, as Harry and Meghan officially end their royal duties on the last day of this month. Ahead of International Women’s Day, on Friday Meghan visited Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham to talk to students about gender equality. Meghan said of her visit: “For me it was incredibly important to be with the women of our future. And that is all of the young women here, as well as the young men who play a very large part in this.”
Meghan knows how her outfit choices can hold huge significance and convey a message, and so its unsurprising that for this moment she decided to support an emerging British womenswear designer. The woman she turned to was Rejina Pyo, the Korean-born designer that has become one of the most exciting names on the London Fashion Week schedule. Meghan wore a cream blazer by British favourite ME+EM, cropped black trousers and Rejina Pyo’s ‘Nane Tote’ in an ivory open-knit fabric. The top handle bag has a statement bow on the strap and has been a fashion favourite for several seasons now, and comes in numerous playful prints and colours.
Keep scrolling to see how Meghan wore her £300 it-bag—and shop all the different versions available below.