Fashion

Published: Sunday July 7, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Sunday July 7, 2013 MYT 9:38:47 AM

Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge star in Burberry campaign

Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge star in the Burberry campaign.

Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge star in the Burberry campaign.

REAL-life acting couple Tom Sturridge and Sienna Miller have been confirmed as the stars of the latest campaign for London luxury brand Burberry.

Burberry has unveiled its latest advertising campaign starring Sienna Miller and her actor beau Tom Sturridge.

Shot by Mario Testino under the creative direction of Burberry chief creative officer Christopher Bailey, the loved-up pair kiss and canoodle in black and white, dressed in the label’s famed trench coats, leather biker jackets and animal-print slippers.

Burberry has also released a short video from the shoot soundtracked by Tom Odell’s Hold Me. The young UK singer-songwriter is something of a Burberry favourite, having first performed for the brand at an event in Taiwan and then playing a live set during the recent Fall-Winter 2013 Womenswear show in London’s Hyde Park.

The star of movies including GI Joe and Factory Girl, Miller is a bankable fashion face and first designed a capsule collection for Pepe Jeans in 2006. Sturridge first rose to fame as the young lead in the 2009 Richard Curtis hit The Boat That Rocked and has been nominated for a Tony award for this year’s Broadway revival of Orphans by Lyle Kessler.

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