Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller backs Blue Cross campaign

2. června 2010 v 15:06 | Sandi
Hollywood actress Sienna Miller is the latest celebrity to back the Evening Star Save the Blue Cross campaign as the stars continue to come out for the treasured animal shelter.
The 28-year-old star of films such as The Edge of Love and GI Joe, has sent a generous message of support as well as posing with one of the campaign posters.
Miss Miller, who is also a model and a fashion designer, has also been joined in the condemnation of the Blue Cross proposals to close the rescue centre in Walton High Street, Felixstowe, by ever-popular singer Des O'Connor - who is due to perform at the Spa Pavilion next month - and former Home and Away actor Bryan Wiseman.
A spokeswoman for the campaign said: "We had had some lovely words of encouragement from Sienna.
"We have been thrilled with the way celebrities have been supporting us in the campaign and we are hoping others will join us over the next few weeks.
"Their interest shows that concern for what is happening to animal rescue shelters is important to people far and wide.
"We will continue to fight to keep the Felixstowe Blue Cross open and hope the charity will be persuaded not to close it."
Mr Wiseman, who has also been in the Australian version of Come Dine with Me, met up with Des O'Connor before he went on stage at the Performing Arts Centre in Wollongong.
"I run a foster pet scheme here in Sydney and feel really angry that they want to close the Blue Cross," he said.
"No matter where we are in the world, we humans should be doing all we can to help animals.
"If everyone cared, we wouldn't have homeless animals!"
Campaigners are doing all they can to put pressure on the Blue Cross, which is set to make its final decision next month.
Other celebrities who have joined the campaign include comedian Joe Pasquale, actor Brian Blessed and spoon-bending Uri Geller.

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Sienna Miller blogs about her experience in Haiti

19. dubna 2010 v 20:46 | Sandi

I came to Haiti as an ambassador for the International Medical Corps, an organization that I have been working with for over a year. Their teams arrived 22 hours after the devastating earthquake of 12th January and have been a powerful and leading medical presence ever since.
I came to Haiti as an ambassador for the International Medical Corps, an organization that I have been working with for over a year. Their teams arrived 22 hours after the devastating earthquake of 12th January and have been a powerful and leading medical presence ever since.

I arrived in the Dominican Republic from London on the night of March 18th, and met up with my friends Margaret Aguirre from International Medical Corps, and David Serota, a talented filmmaker who has come to document the long-term health care needs that lie ahead for Haiti.

We flew the following morning to Port-au-Prince and were met in the chaos by Andy Gleadle, our operations director, (the kind of 'man mountain' that you hope to be around in disaster zones like this one) and were briefed on the security issues we potentially faced. For starters, the local jail was destroyed in the quake, and as a result, 5,000 prisoners are free and roaming the streets. There were serious security problems in Haiti before the earthquake, but of course everything has now intensified. Three NGO workers were kidnapped the previous week, so Andy told us what to expect and how we would be protected (a two-car convoy at all times, watchmen by the tents etc). Afterward we drove to the guesthouse to meet the team, drop our bags and then head out to start the day.

Our first stop was St Louis, a neighborhood in Port-au-Prince, to visit Dr. Joseline Marhone. I sat with her in the shade of a tree, her patients surrounding us on beds in tents nearby, and asked her to share her experiences with us. Her house was destroyed in the quake, but thankfully she and her son were in the basement at the time and survived. Her two cousins upstairs did not survive. I found it so difficult to ask the questions that I suspected would be hard for her to answer. Journalism of this sort does not come naturally to me, but she explained that it helped her to talk about it. So she speaks, with a resilience and strength far superior to mine upon hearing her. She was the director of nutrition for the Ministry of Health in Haiti. The nursing school where she taught collapsed, killing every one of her students. She told us that she had found that the best thing for her to deal with her enormous pain was to keep busy and carry on doing what she does so well. To date, on the grounds of the ruined church where she once worshipped, she has treated over 4,000 people. International Medical Corps has provided her with the medical supplies and volunteers that she needs in order to do this. She is so beautiful and open, walking around with a smile that melts, wearing the same long blue cotton skirt that she was wearing on January 12th when the earthquake struck.

My role here as ambassador is simple: we need to raise awareness of the road ahead for Haiti - and raise a significant amount of new funding through appeals to the public. Most people just don't realize that the problems Haiti faces are really only beginning. This country was in desperate need before the earthquake hit. The problems they are now facing are tenfold. The onset of the rainy season, which is imminent, means that the temporary camps that are housing hundreds of thousands of people will be washed away. Water-borne diseases will be rife, nutritional needs will become even more prevalent and there is inevitably a massive increase in sexual and gender-based violence within the camps. Donors have been incredibly generous, but as always, much, much more is needed.

After a fitful night's sleep in a tent with Marge, (gunshots, roosters, crying babies, the works) we have a cup of coffee and set off at the crack of dawn to visit some of the mobile clinics and projects set up in those early days after the earthquake by the stunningly beautiful and clever Dina Prior, who heads International Medical Corps' Emergency Response Team. We drove to Petit Goave, three hours outside of Port-au-Prince. The coastal regions are far more difficult to access, and it takes an hour by boat to reach the small beach community of Platon. It looks like heaven to me. The kind of untouched postcard paradise we westerners are constantly searching for. White sand so fine it feels like flour, azure blue sea and old handmade fishing nets thrown haphazardly over the ancient palm trees. We are greeted with smiles and cheers by a beautiful group of men, women and children, so grateful for the work that is being done. However, they are hungry, incredibly poor, and virtually cut off from the essentials they need. Until International Medical Corps arrived here, they faced a two-hour journey just to receive any medical attention at all.

Later that day we headed to Petionville, an enormous displacement camp, to visit a new facility we have within the compounds. These people, like most, are living in tents, except that this camp (or rather city) is in a giant basin-like valley. When the rains come, and they already have started, this and its 60,000 inhabitants could be washed away. Logistically moving that many people, with the imminent monsoon and hurricane season lingering like a time bomb, is a terrifying reality that they are all facing. We met up with my friend Sean Penn, who is doing incredible work here through his organization, the Jenkins-Penn Foundation. They are providing medical care and devoting their energies toward the protection of these vulnerable people. We discussed ways of collaborating and were taken on a tour of the camp by Sean and Pastor St. Cyr (who is holding daily services for those living here, a vital task for a devoutly religious population). There is an area where tents balance precariously on the edge of a ditch that drops 10 feet into what is now a dry riverbed. When the rains fell a week ago, that ditch became a raging river and two children very nearly lost their lives. International Medical Corps is bringing in floodlights to try and prevent disasters like these from becoming a reality.

The following morning, we headed back to the General Hospital, where I spent a few hours with two fabulous psychiatrists, Dr. Lynne Jones and Dr. Peter Hughes. Obviously there are massive psychological repercussions to a traumatic event like this, and previous mental illnesses have been exacerbated in many cases. They are treating patients in the general hospital suffering from a range of illnesses from psychosis to epilepsy. The care being given here is a vast contrast to what is happening at the old mental hospital next door we visited later. It is beyond anything I could imagine. This being the poorest country in the western hemisphere, education is not at the standard that we are fortunate to have in the developed world. The treatment here is archaic, the conditions inhumane. The people I saw were obviously seriously unwell. Some were screaming, some blissfully happy, very few are clothed and during my visit, most stood in tiny rooms, naked and covered in excrement. They push their heads through sharp and rusting holes in the iron doors to have a look at us, screaming for help. A mental institution is an intimidating thing to see for someone with no experience in this area like myself, but this made "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" look like The Ritz. It was shocking and like everywhere in Haiti, desperately in need of funding.

The amazing thing is that this country has a spirit that very quickly gets under your skin. The people are friendly and welcoming, and everywhere I look, I witness examples of human courage beyond imagination. They are sticking together through what has been the most devastating earthquake in a hundred years and it is vital for the various NGO groups to do the same.

I suppose what I am attempting to do is use whatever means I have to generate some sort of attention for a country I feel utterly passionate about. I am not a writer, but one thing I have always somehow managed to do is garner press attention. I am now hoping to exploit that for a very good cause.
Please, if you can, donate now to International Medical Corps - an organization that is doing this incredible work, saving the lives and building a future for these beautiful people. To learn more about them and about how you can help their efforts in Haiti please visit

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Sienna Miller Promoting GI Joe

10. srpna 2009 v 10:10 | Sandi
Na premiéru svojho nového filmu G.I. Joe v Las Angeles prišla Sienna Miller v nádherných zlatých šatách. Vyzerala priam božsky, s decentným mejkapom a jemnými blond vlnami doslova vyrážala dych. Módna ikona a talentovaná herečka je idolom množstva mužov. Má však slabosť pre ženáčov. Jej milencom je ženatý otec štyroch detí Balthazar Getty. Siennu v minulosti preslávil aj vzťah s búrlivákom Judom Lawom. Ten nespratník ju však podviedol s opatrovateľkou svojich detí. Každopádne patrí Sienna Miller medzi najkrajšie herečky súčasnosti.

Sienna Miller Out in NYC

8. srpna 2009 v 15:13 | Sandi
Nie je divu že Sienna je módna ikona,oblieka sa dokonale za každých okolností...Krásne šaty ktoré mala na sebe počas návštevi New Yorku o tom svedčia lepšie ako čokolvek iné.

Sienna Miller Out in Sydney

24. července 2009 v 13:13 | Sandi

Sienna Miller: Urobila vodičák

14. července 2009 v 20:12 | Sandi
Sexy herečka Sianna Miller včera úspešne urobila skúšky na svoj vodičský preukaz. Dvadsaťsedemročná kráska neskrývala svoju radosť z úspechu a s radosťou vybozkávala a vyobjímala svojho inštruktora. Každý muž mu zrejme túto náklonnosť mladej blondínky závidel.

Veď Sienna je nielen múzou módnych návrhárov, módnou ikonou ale údajne aj vášnivou milenkou. Oblečená ako bežná smrteľníčka v priliehavých čiernych džínsoch a tope si po tomto úspechu neodpustila s pánmi ani svoju milovanú cigaretku.

Sienna Miller Promoting Hugo Boss Orange

30. června 2009 v 16:28 | Sandi
Takto vyzerajú fotky zo zákuliasia novej kampane ktorú nafotila Sienna Miller pre prestížnu značku Hugo Boss.

Sienna Miller Boss Orange launch

17. června 2009 v 14:37 | Sandi
Sienna Miller nedávno nafotila kampaň pre značku Hugo Boss.Určite nebudete prekvapení ked vám poviem že kampaň sa podarila dokonale Sienna vyzerá na fotkách krásne a prirodzene ako vždy.A tu je pár fotiek ako nový parfém prezentovala 5 júna.

Sienna Miller Out in Paris

12. června 2009 v 15:15 | Sandi

Sienna Miller Out in London

4. června 2009 v 13:53 | Sandi
Sienna Miller si vyšla v Londíne na nákupi s kamoškou.Na fotkách vyzerala že sa celkom dobre baví v prítomnosti svojej kamošky.
Siennu označil minulí rok časopis Elle za módnu ikonu,čo si podla mňa právom zaslúžila...Mám naozaj cool style a je skvelá herečka.

Sienna Miller At LAX Airport

19. května 2009 v 8:56 | Sandi

Sienna Miller Out in London

20. dubna 2009 v 18:39 | Sandi

Sienna Miller na premiere filmu“The Mysteries of Pittsburgh”

8. dubna 2009 v 19:20 | Sandi
Na premiéru svojho posledného filmu Mysteries Of Pittsburg sa Sienna poriadna vyparádila! Mala oblečené krátke červené šaty, ktoré pôsobili veľmi trendy a sexy. Skombinovala ich s čiernymi pančuškami a bolerkom. Miller dala prednosť jemnému líčeniu, na tvári jej dominoval hlavne červený rúž. Dvadsaťsedemročná herečka a príležitostná modelka jednoducho udáva trendy a právom jej patrí titul módna ikona. Mnohí dodnes nechápu, prečo herec Jude Law nechal takú krásnu ženu..


7. dubna 2009 v 19:49 | Sandi

Sienna Miller-Twenty8Twelve show - London

6. března 2009 v 16:11 | Sandi

Sienna Miller Shopping in London

12. února 2009 v 19:29 | Sandi

Sienna Miller At the Elle Style Awards

10. února 2009 v 18:49 | Sandi

Hviezdy umeleckého a filmového neba sa stretli v Londýne, pri príležitosti odovzdávania cien Elle Style Awards. Známe tváre z oblasti filmu, televízie, kina, či módy nedočkavo čakali na významné ocenenia. Sexi britská herečka Sienna Miller získala cenu Elle Style Icon, čo znamená, že pekná blondínka má módny štýl jednoducho v malíčku. Sú pre ňu typické netradičné kombinácie, má rada legíny, vesty, klobúky a extravagantné kúsky, štýlom obliekania mierne pripomína ďalšiu módnu ikonu Kate Moss. Napriek tomu, že Sienna je považovaná za skvelú herečku a vždy dobre oblečenú krásku, v láske až také šťastie nemá. Jej bývalým partnerom bol aj fešný herec Jude Law.

Sienna Miller Out at the clubs

31. ledna 2009 v 20:09 | Sandi
Sienna sa predstaví na slavnom Broadwayi!
Informovala o tom spoločnosť The Roundabout Theatre, ktorá bude mať na starosti produkciu. Hra je prepisom diela Miss Julie (1888) švédskeho dramatika Augusta Strindberga. Popri Sienne Miller známej stvárnením úlohy múzy Edie Sedgwick v snímke Warholka (2006) sa v divadelnej hre po jej boku objavia ďalší dvaja herci. Réžiu predstavenia, ktoré doposiaľ nemá stanovený dátum premiéry, bude mať na starosti Mark Brokaw.

Sienna Miller Out at her house

24. ledna 2009 v 7:45 | Sandi

Sienna Miller At The Groucho private members club

29. listopadu 2008 v 17:41 | Sandi