Sienna Miller And Anna Friel Are The First Celebrities To Wear Savannah’s New Collection

26 November 2012 by

Anna Friel in her Savannah 'Matilda' coat paired with her UGG boots

Nordic mega-site has been home to Savannah Miller’s debut Savannah line – her new high street priced venture since leaving Twenty8Twelve last year – for just a few weeks now, but already there’s a fashion following a-growing. Anna Friel – who has been on a one lady mission to make a fashion marathon out of her nightly stage-door exits while starring in Uncle Vanya – has snapped up the designer talents of Miller with this super-sweet folksy coat for a trip to Radio 2's HQ. It’s called Matilda and costs a handsome £123.95. Being the slightly adventurous dresser we so adore, Anna’s cutely paired it up with some equally kooky clog boots and sky blue skinny cords. Bit mad? Bit brilliant!

Sienna's chosen these Gus jeans from the Savannah collection

Despite the fact that Sienna doesn’t hold an official position as part of Savannah’s new project (she was co-creative director of Twenty8Twelve alongside Savannah) her unique bohemian style has undoubtedly infused this debut line. So it’s no wonder Sienna has already picked up a pair of the rock’n’roll ‘Gus’ lace-up ankle jeans (£61.95). “I designed this first season out of Sienna’s loft!” Savannah exclusively told us, “I live in Gloucestershire with my family but when I’m in London I stay with her. Her baby Marlowe was literally a floor down, so she would always pop upstairs to see what I was designing… She’s my sister and best friend, so of course she’s going to have an input.” One of Savannah’s jumpers has even been given the name Marlow. But before Sienna gave birth – hence the spelling! “She was toying around with the idea of that name, but I’ve named it wrongly because I didn’t know how she was going to spell it!” Will that be the piece that Sienna wears next? Watch this space


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