This Fresh-Off-the-Runway Marc Jacobs Dress Was Made for Sienna Miller

No one else should be allowed to wear it.
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No one else should be allowed to wear it.
Sienna Miller in Marc Jacobs at the London premiere of 'Burnt' on Wednesday. Photo Karwai Tang/WireImage

Sienna Miller in Marc Jacobs at the London premiere of 'Burnt' on Wednesday. Photo Karwai Tang/WireImage

Sienna Miller, veteran Vogue cover star and attractive British actress, is in a new feel-good movie called "Burnt" in which she stars as a chef opposite Bradley Cooper, who also plays a chef. I firmly believe this film is bound to be fantastic because it involves two of humankind's favorite things: 1) food, and 2) Bradley Cooper. I'm also excited about "Burnt" because it provides us with humankind's third (or, at least, top 25) favorite thing, and that's a Sienna Miller press tour. 

If only considering her aforementioned bevy of Vogue covers (two on the American book and five on the British version), the 33-year-old is arguably as much of a so-called "fashion person" as she is an actress. It's with her recognizable personal style and easy access to covetable designer goods that Miller has become one of the most entrancing red carpet stars in the business — all of which grants her the opportunity to wear dresses like this.

On Wednesday, Miller attended "Burnt"'s London premiere in one of the jazzy, glamorous gowns from Marc Jacobs's spring 2016 line. That Jacobs's most recent collection was loosely based on '40s-era Bohemia is a stellar match for Miller's own vintage-inspired aesthetic. There's no question that Miller (and her stylist, Kate Young) enjoys dressing up for such red carpet occasions, but she looks her best when her effortlessly undone side shines through, too. May the rest of Miller's "Burnt" publicity circuit be filled with such hugely fulfilling looks. They're good for the soul.

This is a Very Good Cat Eye, indeed. Photo: Karwai Tang/WireImage

This is a Very Good Cat Eye, indeed. Photo: Karwai Tang/WireImage