Sienna Miller found a posh way to dress up her white beaded boho frock at the Cartier Fifth Avenue Mansion reopening party in Manhattan Wednesday.
The 34-year-old Golden Globe nominee – who relies on stylist Kate Young – glittered in diamond earrings, bracelets, a ring, and silver kitten heels.
‘I think she has really good style, and I would love to take credit for it, but it’s mostly her,’ the 40-year-old former assistant to Anna Wintour told Vanity Fair last year.
‘She has great taste, but I think that her career has changed a little bit in the last year and a half.
‘She’s in really serious movies, and she’s doing really serious acting roles and doing an amazing job in them. So I like to think the fashion just relates to her career.’
Not seen with the High-Rise actress was her four-year-old daughter Marlowe with former fiancé, Remainder actor Tom Sturridge.
Sienna will likely attend the October 15 world premiere of her next film – The Lost City of Z – which closes the 54th New York Film Festival.
In the 1925-set Amazon adventure drama, the Manhattan-born Brit plays Nina, the wife of British explorer Percival Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam).
According to Deadline, Amazon Studios is ‘in negotiations’ to buy the US rights, while Studiocanal nabbed international distribution.
Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson also star in The Lost City of Z, which was produced by Brad Pitt and based on the 2009 David Grann book.
Article courtesy of The Daily Mail
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