Behind the Twenty8Twelve AW ’11 Lookbook

Jessica Rubin
Behind the Twenty8Twelve AW ’11 Lookbook
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The Miller sistersSienna and Savannah – are the creative masterminds between the chic, flirty clothing line Twenty8Twelve. The line, which Lisa Armstrong, the Fashion Editor of The Times UK, described as “wearable, a bit romantic and very sexy,” has released its Autumn/Winter 2011 look book and the sisters do not disappoint.

The looks revolve around the basic concepts of layering and small pockets of pattern and color, maintaining a classic and under-stated look that has a distinctly Parisian look to it. A recent press release describes the thought process behind the line:

Inspired by the French ‘New Wave’ cinema movement of the early 1960s, the Twenty8Twelve Autumn/Winter 2011 collection creates a juxtaposition of traditional and modern elements. This season focuses on the combination of spirited pieces against classic staples, flitting from sculptured masculinity to soft femininity with ease, resulting in a sophisticated and contemporary collection.

For a behind-the-scenes video of the look book shoot, check out the Twenty8Twelve Facebook page. You can shop these styles at websites like and, and we highly recommend you do! These sisters definitely know how to create a closet staple worth lusting over.

Click through the pics above to see our favorite ensembles from the look book.

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Marceau Jacket, Weiss shirt, Marlon jeans, Boyce hat, Dumas gloves, Rivet belt from Twenty8Twelve AW '11 Collection

Hawking jacket, Troy top, Florence trousers, Rivet belt. From Twenty8Twelve AW '11 collection. These leopard pants are the perfect way to pull off the print.

Rafferty knit, Marx skirt, Dolly knit head-scarf. From Twenty8Twelve AW '11.

Wilson jacket, Burroughs shirt, Astrid skirt, General belt, Trockel gloves. From Twenty8Twelve AW' 11.

Nueve all-in-one, Turgot belt. From Twenty8Twelve AW '11.

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