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New Twenty8Twelve collection

Fresh from last week's cover interview, this week we’re putting Sienna Miller’s fashion credentials in the spotlight with an exclusive preview of her label Twenty8Twelve’s spring/summer 2011 collection - modelled by the lady herself. An amalgamation of Sienna’s cool, bohemian style and sister Savannah’s more classic look (the pair founded the label together in 2007), this might just be Twenty8Twelve’s finest offering to date.

Talking to Stylist, Sienna and Savannah explained, “We wanted to evoke that exciting feeling you get when going on a road trip and picking up pieces along the way. It’s an eclectic, vibrant and exciting collection which embodies the spirit of our Twenty8Twelve girl.”

We’d describe the collection as ladylike meets festival with a touch of Western traveller. Top of our wishlist is summer’s essential patch denim shorts. Simply stunning.

Available from 15 March (020-7042 3500; twenty8twelve.com)

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