Sienna Miller talks street style

15th Apr 13 | Fashion

Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller is fascinated by the current trend for street wear.

Sienna Miller is "intrigued" by the use of hip-hop in fashion.

The actress-and-model has become a style icon for many and set up label Twenty8Twelve with her designer sister Savannah.

The pretty blonde may now be a mother to nine-month-old Marlowe with her fiancÚ Tom Sturridge, but she still makes some time for her trendy hobby.

"I don't know what the new fashion trends are! With my daughter, Marlowe, I don't have time to follow this anymore," she laughed to French magazine Figaro Madame.

"The thing that intrigues me is the emergence of hip-hop in fashion and the girls that play with that new aesthetic. I've always thought that life was an endless renewing, that the looks from the '40s, '50s or '60s were turning. But with the emergence of street wear, there's a real renewal."

Sienna and Tom welcomed their child into the world last July.

Motherhood has changed the star's life, but she assured the publication she has never been that bothered about being a style icon.

"To be honest, I didn't care that much," she shrugged.

"I was just at the right place at the right time. I love fashion but I'm not obsessed by it. I love work, my style, but I don't think only about that, even though some people want to believe the contrary. I don't wake up in the morning saying, 'Hmm! What an icon I am!' My life is very different; I've got a baby who leaves me only two hours of peace each night."

Sienna hails from the UK, with capital city London famous for its eclectic sense of style.

The 31-year-old is the face of French fashion brand Carroll - an honour for the star, who admires ladies from the European country.

"[The French woman is] so chic, so timeless... You, the French girls, you are a league of elegance!" she gushed.

"Plus, you are naturally thin. English girls are more untidy, especially in London where people wear anything really, no matter how. French girls manage to be desirable even when they are putting in absolutely no effort."

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