Meghan Markle has ended her maternity leave and has resumed her royal duties. The Duchess of Sussex will be launching a collection of women’s workwear next Thursday that she designed with the help of her friend Misha Nonoo.

The new line of clothes will be launched on September 12, People reported. This will be Markle’s first public engagement after giving birth to Archie. The Duchess of Sussex had taken four months of maternity leave.

Markle had previously announced her collaboration with John Lewis & Partners, Jigsaw, and Marks & Spencer for a new line of women’s workwear. The idea was a result of the Duchess of Sussex identifying a problem women tend to have because of the mismatched clothes and accessories they have, which is often a result of non-availability of the right sizes and color options.

The new line of clothes will give women classic options in workwear in a capsule collection. The clothes will not only help women have a wardrobe full of clothes that will not go out of style quickly, but the companies associated with the initiative have agreed to an one-to-one model, where every item purchased will result in the companies donating one item to charity.

The clothes that will be donated will be given to Smart Works, a charity organization that Markle supports. According to the organization’s website, their main aim is to provide high quality interview clothes to unemployed women and give them the training they need to do well in a job interview and change their lives. The work wear is intended to give the women the much-needed confidence for the interview at a critical moment in their lives.

The unemployed women start by spending time with the volunteers in the dressing room to select the right outfit for the interview, and see the best version of themselves in the mirror. This is followed by a one-on-one coaching to prepare for the job interview. 64 percent of the women, many of whom have been rejected from over 50 jobs, go on to find employment thanks to the charity Markle supports.

meghan-markle-prince-harry The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019, in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images