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Sienna Miller 'gamine' look praised

Published 01/04/2015

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller

Celebrity stylist Kate Young has shared her favourite red carpet looks.

Many stars rely on Kate Young to dress them for big events, and this year she catered to the British actress at the Academy Awards.

The finished look - a black dress with a subtle shimmer and elegant updo - is one that Kate is especially proud of, citing it as one of her favourite red carpet outfits.

"Sienna Miller's Oscar de la Renta gown and Forevermark jewellery because the look was gamine and classic. She looked like Jean Seberg to me - just retro enough," Kate smiled to "I was very excited to work with the new designer, Peter [Copping, the current creative director of the label], and also to celebrate such an amazing American brand."

The fashion expert also chose Dakota Johnson's red Saint Laurent gown, which boasted an asymmetric design with a single piece of silver material over the left shoulder. She wore Forevermark diamonds too, and Kate thinks the whole style was "clear and strong" with a no fussy elements.

Lastly, going back a bit further to the 2012 Oscars, Kate had to mention Michelle Williams' ensemble. The blonde beauty hasn't made an appearance at the prestigious ceremony since then, but she certainly made an impact that year.

"Finally, Michelle Williams in the orange Louis Vuitton dress with Forevermark by Fred Leighton is just a favourite because the dress was breathtaking and had so many special details, and that dress marked the end of a really amazing, fun awards season with Michelle," Kate recalled.

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