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Gingersnaps Kids Designer Shares Fashion Secrets
With childrenswear brand Gingersnaps under Sabrina Uy's belt, this creative director takes big strides in her own immaculate style.
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With childrenswear brand Gingersnaps under Sabrina Uy's belt, this creative director takes big strides in her own immaculate style.

Occupation
Creative director for Gingersnaps and Just G.

Regular Activities
Heading to the office, gym, and mall.

Favorite Fashion Moment
“My wedding day. I was so happy that my dress reflected my personal style.”

Style Staples
Man’s shirt, brogues.

Marni neck piece.

Favorite Brands
Marni, Carven, Ce?line, COS.

Favorite Stores
Lane Crawford, COS, Barneys.

Fashion Philosophy
Less is more.

Fashion Influences
Travel and art.

Left: Marni neck piece. Right: Earrings she purchased from a a flea market in Arezzo, Italy.

Style Icons
Taylor Tomasi Hill and Giovanna Battaglia. “I love how they combine classic with edgy.”

Signature Accessory
Interesting jewelry.

First Big Splurge
“A Chanel bag I was trying to resist at the airport. In the end, my husband convinced me to go for it, we barely made our flight!”

Prized Possessions
“Everything my mom gave me.”

I Can’t Live Without...
“God and my family.”

This story was originally published in the September 2014 issue of Town&Country.

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