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Julie de Libran: 'Sienna Miller is style superstar'

Published 19/12/2015

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller

Artistic director Julie de Libran has praised Sienna Miller's independent style.

Sienna Miller has been lauded by artistic director Julie de Libran for her risk taking style.

The British actress wowed in a Sonia Rykiel dress at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, pairing the black velvet star patterned cape dress with a twisted braid hairstyle. Julie, who works at the brand, thinks Sienna nailed the look.

"Sienna takes risks and knows what suits her," she smiled to Britain's Grazia magazine. "You can tell she enjoys dresses that are feminine but with character. She brings a lot of personality in the way she puts things together. She personalised this look with a stunning choker and braided hair, which was so unexpected and chic... She looks striking and felt confident."

Sienna first came to prominence in the early noughties, and was just as well known for her boho style as she was acting roles. She enjoyed success in films like Layer Cake and Factory Girl, but stepped away from the limelight when she gave birth to daughter Marlowe in 2012, with Tom Sturridge.

It was 2014 that marked the 33-year-old's big comeback, with box office hits American Sniper and Foxcatcher. The movie success led to a string of red carpet appearances, all of which were an instant fashion hit.

For Sonia, the key to Sienna's style success comes down to her injection of her own personality in the clothes.

"Her choices of what and how she dresses are highly admired," she praised. "Sienna really defines the Sonia Rykiel woman today, she makes her own choices and is a strong, independent woman. Her style is practical for active women of our generation but always has a strong sense of detail and personality that creates so much charm."

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