Sienna Miller and her sister Savannah Miller are stepping down from their fashion line Twenty8Twelve to focus on "new pastures," the pair confirmed today.
"We've had a brilliant six years at Twenty8Twelve and are now looking forward to new pastures. We wish the brand the best of luck for the future," the Miller sisters said in a statement.
The sisters started the successful line to great critical acclaim, but their departure doesn't mean the end for the fashionable company.
"We've had a great partnership with the Miller sisters," Nish Soneji, managing director of Twenty8Twelve, told WWD. "That vision, along with the uniquely British style the collection has become known for, will continue under the direction of the Twenty8Twelve design team."
The company confirmed they will still show at London Fashion Week in February and is planning to expand their retail operations with a shop in New York City and an e-commerce site.
As for the Sienna Miller, she is currently focused on a bigger project: her pregnancy. While the actress herself has not commented on her coming bundle of joy with baby daddy Tom Sturridge, Savannah pretty much confirmed the news on Twitter the day the rumors arose by writing a single word: "thrilled."
While Miller is more widely known for her fashion sense and relationships, including her on-again, off-again romance with Jude Law, she has starred in such films as GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Stardust, Factory Girl and Alfie. She has three films due out in 2012, including Yellow with Ray Liotta, Two Jacks with Billy Zane and Just Like a Woman.
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