Fresh from receiving critical praise for her return to the West End, Sienna Miller has launched a new collection of clothes with older sister Savannah.
The siblings appeared at a pop-up stall in Selfridges, central London, today to present the latest range of their Twenty8Twelve label.
Following a six-year absence from British theatre, Miller, 29, appeared in a new production of Terence Rattigan’s 1942 wartime play Flare Path that opened last week.
She was lambasted by theatre critics when she played Cecilia in 'As You Like' It in 2005.
But her portrayal of Patricia Graham, a former actress caught up in a love triangle during the Second World War, was described as “impeccable”.
The Guardian’s reviewer said: “Sienna Miller looks suitably strained, tense and taut as the agonised Patricia.”
The Independent’s Paul Taylor described her performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, as “genuinely heart-tugging”.
“Miller’s Patricia allows herself to be absorbed by authentically life-like degrees,” the review added.
Miller, the former partner of Hollywood star Jude Law, was enticed back to star in Flare Path by director Trevor Nunn.
She stars alongside Sheridan Smith, who last night won the award for Best Actress in a Musical at the Olivier Awards.