MOTHER LOVE New mum Yas­min Sewell, the ar­biter of chic, talks preg­nancy style and moth­er­hood.

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Loved by street-style pho­tog­ra­phers around the world for her eye-catch­ing, ex­per­i­men­tal style (not to men­tion her killer smile), Yas­min Sewell has built a ca­reer on tap­ping into what’s cool, way be­fore ev­ery­one else catches on. Her foray into fash­ion be­gan more than a decade ago when the Le­banese beauty moved from Aus­tralia to London and, at the age of 22, opened up her own store and started car­ry­ing then-un­known brands such as Pierre Hardy and A.F. Van­de­vorst. After a stint as a buyer for in­flu­en­tial fash­ion em­po­rium Browns, Sewell branched out on her own and now runs an in-de­mand fash­ion con­sul­tancy. As a new mum, her in­spir­ing style has changed only slightly, while her per­spec­tive has un­der­gone a dras­tic shift. Now, she says, “ev­ery day of my life is re­ward­ing, even the tough days.”


WEEK­END: DATE NIGHT: I wear a lot of young Bri­tish de­sign­ers like Peter Pilotto and Mary Ka­trant­zou.

Yas­min Sewell and son, Knox

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