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The City's Chicest Mom, Lucy Sykes, Picks Her Favorite Kids' Clothes

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    Lucy Sykes Rellie is one of those people that we love to hate. First off, she's classy in a way that only cool British women can be, with a signature style that's all about mixing, say, Black Fleece blazers with bejeweled Judith Leiber minaudières. Then, there's her professional life, which includes consulting and creative directing for brands like Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren, designing her own, eponymous children's line, and serving as a stylist for such titles as Allure and Harper's Bazaar before becoming Fashion Director at Marie Claire. Mom to sons Heathcliff and Titus with husband Euan Rellie, the West Village renaissance woman is now also Mom Shops Editor at ThisNext, where she lends her gimlet eye to the best fashionable togs for tots out there. Luckily, she wasn't afraid to multi-task, taking a break from running the world to do a little extra Big Apple browsing and make a list of 10 pieces for kids under-10 she's all about for summer. Loathe: 0. Love: 1.

    Click through to see Lucy's favorite summer clothes for your chic kids!

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