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Sienna Miller shares her fashion obsessions

Published 13/06/2016

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller is inspired by the style of actress Elizabeth Debicki, describing her as "staggeringly beautiful".

Sienna Miller likes to wear clothes which convey subtle sexiness.

The British actress started her career as a model and throughout the 2000s was closely associated with the style of fashion that became known as boho chic, with peasant blouses, flowing skirts and layered bangles her signature look.

But these days the stunning blonde has refined her wardrobe and likes to invest in high-end designer pieces which feature classic elements, by French and Italian fashion houses in particular.

"I love Celine obsessively, I love Gucci too, I'm less into the sexy, I want to wonder what's underneath," the 34-year-old star told Porter magazine.

But the mother-of-one still likes to venture into her favourite London haunts, to do the odd spot of vintage shopping. She continues to visit the British capital's famed Portobello market, and usually has an item in mind that she would like to purchase.

"Looking for that dress, always looking for that dress," she smiled.

Of her style influences, Sienna is currently inspired by ensembles worn by Elizabeth Debicki, star of TV series The Night Manager. Describing the 25-year-old Australian actress as "so hot", Sienna pointed to Elizabeth's cropped blonde hairstyle as one of her new favourite looks.

"She's staggeringly beautiful. I've got it really bad for her," she gushed of Elizabeth. "She's just so alluring. I'm in love with her and I want to cut my hair off like that."

But as for her own beauty look, Sienna is focused on keeping it natural and at the moment is using a skincare treatment line which is designed to help minimise the appearance of skin damage, hyperpigmentation, acne, and sun damage.

"I had so many sun spots and marks. It's called the Obagi method, it really works," she explained.

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