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SIENNA SHOWS IN LONDON: Spanning five days, London Fashion Week might be a little shorter come February, but there are a few new names to add to the city’s schedule. Sienna and Savannah Miller’s label, Twenty8Twelve, will make its runway debut with an evening show Sunday, Feb. 22, at a yet-to-be-confirmed venue. A spokeswoman for the label said the sisters felt it was “the right time” to show the line on the runway — previously, the collection has been sold from showrooms. The spokeswoman added it’s not confirmed whether former model Sienna will take a turn on the runway in her own designs.

And London-based designer Kinder Aggugini will also stage a runway show in the city for the first time come February, after he mounted a presentation in Paris last season. Aggugini, who has served as head designer at Versace, counts Barneys New York and Dover Street Market in London among his customers. Meanwhile, Mark Fast, an emerging London designer who works up gossamer-fine, weblike knitted dresses, and Mary Katrantzou, who’s known for her tromp l’oeil jewelry designs printed on dresses, will both present their collections on the London Fashion Week schedule for the first time in February, in a back-to-back show scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 24.

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