Sienna Miller is currently stateside coinciding with New York Fashion Week’s autumn/winter 2023 shows, ensuring to pop in to support her favourite designers in the process. Although the British actress, who’s currently dipping her toes into skincare, is a front-row regular, she usually appears at shows and events solo. This time, however, she brought a special guest along with her, sitting pretty in the front row beside her mini-me: 10-year-old her daughter Marlowe Sturridge for Proenza Schouler’s autumn/winter 2023 presentation.
For the occasion, Miller wore a black miniskirt with black bike shorts popping out from underneath (a genius way to make short hemlines feel less nighttime), a metallic knitted polo top and sculptural mary-jane platforms by the house.
For her fashion debut, Miller’s daughter perfectly matched her mum in the style stakes, wearing a grey suit and Nike trainers with yellow ankle socks popping out as a pop of youthful colour, carrying a Dior Saddle bag and adding a pair of dark sunglasses.
The mother-daughter duo were in good company with Natasha Lyonne, Karen Elson and Liya Kebede also at the show, which was opened by Chloë Sevigny.
Oh, and of course, Marlowe is already friends with Anna Wintour:
Marlowe doesn’t just have her stylish mother’s wardrobe to look forward to borrowing from as she grows up, either. She has another stylish Brit, Alexa Chung, to look to for advice – and pieces to steal – due to the equally fashion-forward designer currently dating her dad, Tom Sturridge.
Miller previously spoke about the “wardrobe access” the 10-year-old has between herself and Chung, with whom – in the most chic edition of Modern Family to ever exist – she and her current partner, actor Oli Green, go on double dates, including to Wimbledon last year.
“Marlowe comes home with Alexa’s jumpers that I steal. I’ve got one upstairs…” she told said at the time.
Yes, correct, what we are looking at is another ridiculously chic celebrity spawn primed and ready to take over the fashion industry. This one we’ll let slide.