Thursday, May 6, 2010

Obession: Yasmin Sewell in TOGA (Paris)

{Top by TOGA}


Yasuko Furuta created the brand TOGA in 1997. TOGA originates from the Greek word meaning “draped clothes.” After much success in Tokyo and elsewhere, she decided to start showing in Paris Women's Prêt-à-Porter Fashion Week in 2006.

{TOGA Top, worn on Yasmin Sewell,
Image courtesy of Street Peeper}

Yasmin Sewell, the Lebanese fashionista from Sydney, Australia, who left school at the age of fifteen, is now a London-based fashion retail expert who provides trend forecasting, product and buying strategies, and overall brand direction for companies internationally, such as Liberty London and Brown's.

Currently, she's presenting on Simon Fuller’s project Fashionair, is a regular features contributor to Elle UK, and is involved with the British Fashion Council where she consults on its mentoring programs as well as works with young, up-and-coming designers.
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