The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are stepping back as senior members of the royal family and will become financially independent, presenting one of the biggest influencers this year with new opportunities.
This week, the cover of British Vogue’s September issue, guest-edited by the Duchess of Sussex, lit up the internet. It featured neither fashion nor Meghan.
The Duchess of Sussex’s influencer past and a shift in stance from Kensington Palace has emboldened brands to better capitalise on the moment when the royal wears their wares.
Boss is still recovering from an ill-advised push beyond office wear and into higher-end luxury that overstretched the brand several years ago.
The exhibition at Windsor begins on October 26 and runs until January.
Shares of the Vancouver-based fashion retailer touched a 52-week high on Thursday.
The fashion publication's inaugural "The Vogue 25" also highlighted Adwoa Aboah, Edie Campbell and Meghan Markle.
The American actress wore a Givenchy gown, designed by artistic director Clare Waight Keller, as she wed Prince Harry.
Unofficial endorsements from the royal family are worth £200 million a year to British companies alone. But dressing a royal brings its own challenges.