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She's stepped out of the shadows of her famous parents Paul and Linda McCartney as she's cemented her position as one of the world's leading fashion designers.
And on Wednesday evening, Stella McCartney, 47, threw her support behind older sister Mary, 49, for the launch of her new book of photography, Paris Nude, at London's Heni Gallery on Wednesday evening.
Style - Flair - Blazer - Mini - Skirt
The style maven displayed her sartorial flair as she slipped into a sharp black blazer and matching mini skirt, flashing a hint of her lean legs.
Upping the style ante, the animal rights activist added a hint of colour to her outfit with a simple white tee and boosted her frame in pointed ankle boots.
Stella - Locks - Bun - Stunning - Features
Stella swept her locks into an effortless bun to reveal her stunning features, which were enhanced with shimmery pink eyeshadow, a light dusting of dewy foundation and nude lipgloss.
Showing off her quirky style sense, photographer Mary sported a navy and white shirt, embellished with studded details along its collar.
Look - Trousers - Pair - Patent - Biker
She embraced the edgy look as she teamed her navy skinny trousers with a pair of patent biker boots.
The brunette wore her tresses in a glossy blowdry, and opted for heavily-applied eyeliner and lashings of mascara.
Stella - Pay - Cut - Fashion - Label
Stella's outing comes after it emerged that she has received a pay cut. Her eponymous fashion label handed her £4million last year compared with £8.3million the year before.
The company said sales in the year to the end of December rose by 2 per cent, hitting £42.5million. But profit fell 4 per cent to £9.1million.
Year - End - McCartney - Luxury - Goods
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