Sienna Miller commands attention in a structured velvet dress with a sequinned neckline as she steps out in style during Milan Fashion Week
She’s no stranger to exuding glamour in chic ensembles, both on-camera and at high-profile events.
The Alfie actress, 37, caught the eye as she slipped into a structured velvet dress, embellished with leaf print sequins across the garment’s neckline.
Fashion savvy: Sienna Miller continued her style parade as she left the Palazzo Parigi Hotel & Grand Spa in Italy on Sunday afternoon during Milan Fashion Week
Taking her look up a notch, the screen star’s outfit featured satin sleeves, tied in with quirky shoulder pads.
The American Sniper actress injected even more glamour into her appearance as she boosted her frame in a pair of silver ankle-strap heels with a thick platform, and rounded off her outfit with a pair of sheer interlocking-G tights by Gucci.
New York-born star Sienna accessorised her striking look with a pair of diamond dangle earrings, and toted her belongings in a mini briefcase-inspired handbag.
With her blonde locks styled into an elegant updo, the thespian ditched her signature minimal make-up in favour of heavy strokes of foundation, brown eyeshadow and bronzer.
Exuding glamour: The Alfie actress, 37, caught the eye as she slipped into a structured velvet dress, embellished with leaf print sequins across the garment’s neckline
Turning heads: Taking her look up a notch, the screen star’s outfit featured satin sleeves, tied in with quirky shoulder pads
All the big hitters – including Gucci, Max Mara, Giorgio Armani, Prada, Marni, Salvatore Ferragamo and Bottega Veneta – have presented their Spring/Summer 2020 collections over the past week.
Prada kicked off Milan Fashion Week in style, taking things back to basics with 70s inspired looks.
Alberta Ferretti and Jill Sander presented their collections, while Furla unveiled their new logo.
The designers have agreed on a more equal schedule this year, giving ‘due weight to all of the fashion weekdays’.
A statement from the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (CNMI) read: ‘A strong spirit of sharing and synergy has drawn up a more balanced calendar to give due weight to all of the fashion weekdays and thereby benefit the entire system and the city of Milan.’
There will be no Roberto Cavalli show this season following Paul Surridge’s departure in March and Dubai-based property developer Damac buying the luxury fashion house this summer.
Milan Fashion Week will conclude with Green Carpet Fashion Awards on Sunday, hosted by eco fashion warrior Livia Firth.
Standing tall: The American Sniper actress boosted her frame in a pair of silver ankle-strap heels, and rounded off her outfit with a pair of sheer interlocking-G tights by Gucci