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Savannah Miller launched her eponymous clothing label in November of last year, but her foray into the fashion arena was a little more Devil Wears Prada than she might let on these days.
All in all, this year’s Golden Globe Awards drew a very well-dressed crowd. But no red carpet would be complete without some flubs, and the last night certainly brought out some doozies.
In attempt to support a British designer, Miller misses the glamour mark and hits sickly-sweet right on the head. Coupled with a boring hairstyle, it’s not one of our favorite looks of the 2013 Golden Globes.
Style icon Sienna Miller is the cover star of Harper’s Bazaar UK‘s January 2013 issue, and the image is just gorgeous.
From a high-class affair in the Hamptons to some, let’s just say, wilder red carpets across the pond — who do you think donned the best duds?
Sienna Miller and fiance Tom Sturridge are the proud parents of a baby girl. Congratulations!
After six years as the faces of the cool, upmarket British brand they helped get off the ground, actress Sienna Miller and her sister Savannah are leaving Twenty8Twelve.
Red carpets are usually reserved for actors and actresses, but during fashion week, all bets are off! Last night’s carpet (which was, it should be noted, black) for Moet & Chandon’s Etoile Award Gala and Ceremony featured a host of catwalk stunners including Kate Moss, Joan Smalls, Candice Swanepoel, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. But which one pulled off the black and white dress code best?
It would feel a little superficial to laud a collection of staple pieces for something other than being entirely necessary in your wardrobe. But if you get them from Twenty8Twelve, the ultra cool line from sisters Sienna and Savannah Miller, maybe — just maybe — it’s OK to brag about who designed them. (If they can get Matthew Williamson to sit next to Jude Law in their front row to look at a bunch of cotton basics, they must be some kind of good.)
Let’s face it, Sienna and sister Savannah Miller hit the genetic lottery. So when the two sisters filmed a video campaign for the Fall/Winter 2010 collection of Twenty8Twelve line, it made sense for them to use themselves — because, really, why search for some star-studded faces when you already have them?
In attempt to play the role of Daddy’s Cool Fiance, Sienna Miller took Jude Law’s daughter Iris for a haircut. But such bouncy bliss did not last long.
This morning, WWD ran a brief blurb on Piaget’s new social media ad campaign for the 20th anniversary of the brand’s Possession collection. According to their report, actress Sienna Miller starred in “three images and a video” for the campaign, “donning iconic chains, bracelets and rings from the line.” Here’s the catch, though: according to Piaget’s website, it seems like the whole point was to keep Ms. Miller’s involvement a secret.
If there was an unofficial uniform of music festival season, it would definitely include a pair of denim cut-offs — right along with our trusty knapsack! But, as with many hipster-approved fashion statements, the line between the cool kid brand of ugly and mom jeans ugly is a fine one. Tanks to all the daisy dukes that have been battling it out in the fields at Coachella, we’ve found a few examples to help you avoid a potential cut off catastrophe. Jean-ius, right?
Don’t get us wrong: we love fashion for fashion’s sake. But all better when there’s actually a good reason (besides our glossy obsession, of course) for those gorgeous ads, right? Consider Claudia Shiffer, Sienna Miller and Kylie Minogue’s recent stunner of a shoot for the UK’s Fashion Target’s Breast Cancer campaign.