Fashion Spot Sienna Miller

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Fashion Spot Sienna Miller

fashion spot sienna miller

    sienna miller

  • Sienna Rose Miller (born 28 December 1981) is an American born English actress, model, and fashion designer, best known for her roles in Layer Cake, Alfie, Factory Girl, The Edge of Love and ””.


  • Make into a particular or the required form
  • manner: how something is done or how it happens; “her dignified manner”; “his rapid manner of talking”; “their nomadic mode of existence”; “in the characteristic New York style”; “a lonely way of life”; “in an abrasive fashion”
  • characteristic or habitual practice
  • Use materials to make into
  • make out of components (often in an improvising manner); “She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks”


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  • Locate an enemy’s position, typically from the air
  • descry: catch sight of
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  • Recognize that (someone) has a particular talent, esp. for sports or show business
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fashion spot sienna miller – Factory Girl

Factory Girl (Unrated)
Factory Girl (Unrated)
(Drama) “Factory Girl” tells the story of the rise and fall of the original “IT GIRL” Edie Sedgwick. When Edie meets famed artist Andy Warhol, she is thrust into a life of glamour, parties and ultimately‚Ķtragedy.

The lovely face of Sienna Miller fills in for luminous but tragic 1960s icon Edie Sedgwick, the child of wealth and privilege who found brief delight but eventual destruction in the fabled Factory of Pop artist Andy Warhol (Guy Pearce). Factory Girl begins with Sedgwick as a naive art student who comes to New York City seeking freedom from her troubled family, just as Warhol was surrounding himself with oddballs, sycophants, and drug addicts. The eager girl briefly becomes Warhol’s favorite and the center of the city’s attention, but when she falls into an affair with ‘The Musician’ (the only slightly ambiguous depiction of a certain nasal-voiced rock star, played by Hayden Christensen, Shattered Glass), Warhol is stricken with jealousy. Factory Girl wants to paint Warhol as the villain in this story of innocence corrupted, but the casting undercuts the movie’s moral. Miller, though pretty and capable, never takes us under Sedgwick’s skin, and Christensen’s performance is one-note and clumsy. But Pearce’s Warhol fascinates; it’s a sneaky, stealthy performance, predatory yet passive, hiding a million neuroses beneath a cunningly vapid facade. Whenever Pearce is on-screen, Factory Girl sparkles; when he’s not–despite abundant views of Miller’s and Christensen’s attractive naked flesh in the “uncut unrated” version–the movie loses its fizz. Also featuring Mena Suvari (American Beauty), Jimmy Fallon (Fever Pitch), and Illeana Douglas (Grace of My Heart). –Bret Fetzer

Sienna Miller talks about her view of jewellery

Sienna Miller talks about her view of jewellery
Sienna Miller wearing "Possesion". Photo: Raymond Meier, Styling: Elisa Santisi, Hair: Esther Langham, Make-up: Gucci Westman. (c)Piaget

Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller
mobbed by paparazzi, returns home after her visit to the Passport Office in Victoria
London, England – 01.04.08

fashion spot sienna miller

fashion spot sienna miller

The Edge of Love
In the bohemian underground of World War II London, a stirring love story ignites among legendary poet Dylan Thomas (Matthew Rhys, TV’s Brothers and Sisters) and the two extraordinary women who inspire him. Sienna Miller (Casanova) is Caitlin, Thomas’ free-spirited wife, while Keira Knightley (Atonement) is Vera, the long-lost teenage sweetheart who later reconnects with Thomas. Despite their romantic rivalry, the two women form a surprisingly close bond. The trio is unusually blissful until Vera’s husband, a handsome soldier (Cillian Murphy, Girl with a Pearl Earring), sends their uninhibited lives spiraling out of control.

Stills from The Edge of Love (Click for larger image)

Stylish and strangely remote, The Edge of Love salutes two women who made a significant impact on poet Dylan Thomas in the 1940s. Married to restless Irish lass Caitlin (Sienna Miller), who favors revealing outfits, Dylan (Welsh actor Matthew Rhys, Brothers and Sisters) still pines for his childhood sweetheart, torch singer Vera Phillips (Keira Knightley, who does her own singing and does it well). Vera feels the same, but as Dylan isn’t available she accepts a proposal from Captain William Killick (Cillian Murphy), a persistent British suitor. To Dylan, Vera is heavenly and Caitlin is earthly–and he can’t see living without either one (the Thomases have an open marriage). While William is stationed in Greece, the trio, plus two children, share neighboring cottages in Wales, live off William’s paychecks, and smoke every cigarette they can find, but when William returns, penniless and depressed, things start to fall apart. An act of violence, followed by a cruel betrayal, puts an end to their idyll for good. Since the 1990s, the poet-during-wartime picture has become a genre unto itself, and John Maybury’s third feature bears comparison with Regeneration and Pandaemonium, while also serving as a literary companion to Love Is the Devil, Maybury’s feverish portrait of painter Francis Bacon (Knightley’s mother, Sharman Macdonald, wrote the script). If Sienna’s Irish accent is barely detectable, the same goes for Keira’s Welsh warble, but the women otherwise form a believable bond–even if the men pale in comparison. –Kathleen C. Fennessy