This limited edition boot is raising money for Meghan Markle’s favourite charity
You can stop your search for the perfect party shoes. This winter, Russell & Bromley have created a showstopping pair aptly named ‘Spotlight.’
The Limited-Edition boots features a premium silver Italian suede upper with hand studded Preciosa crystal pattern, leather lining and insole and inside subtle logo zipper. Sleek and dazzling you can also shine with pride of making a lasting impact on other women’s lives when you wear them. That’s because Russell & Bromley is donating 100 percent of the retail selling price for each pair of their Spotlight boots sold in store to the charity Smart Works, making the £1,495 worth every penny.
There will only be 120 pairs of the Spotlight boot available
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The boots go on sale on 1 December and are going to be made available in select stores across London, but if you want a pair you will have to act fast. The brand have only made 120 pairs.
Smart Works supports women from all backgrounds, across the UK to succeed in job interviews and transform their lives, as they believe through clothing and coaching comes confidence. “We’re delighted to be partnering with Russell & Bromley on the stunning Spotlight Boot,” said Kate Stephens, CEO of Smart Works Charity, “Across the UK, we know the need for our transformative service is growing. With the support of partners like Russell & Bromley, we can be ready to help any woman who needs Smart Works, as we work to double the number of women we reach to 10,000 per year.”
The Duchess of Sussex launched her first Smart Works collaboration in 2019
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“As a family-founded and owned British fashion brand, Russell & Bromley are the UK and Ireland’s everyday luxury destination for footwear and handbags,” the brand explained in a statement, “Russell & Bromley are honoured to partner with Smart Works to shine a light on empowering women and make a real difference.”
The charity became a household name in 2019 when they welcomed The Duchess of Sussex to the Smart Works community as their Patron. “The reason I was drawn to Smart Works is that it reframes the idea of charity as community,” Meghan said at the time, “It’s a network of women supporting and empowering other women in their professional pursuits.”
The ‘Spotlight Boots’ for Smart Works are available in the following stores from Dec 1: Mayfair, Regent Street, Westfield, Bluewater, Covent Garden & Brompton Road.
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