Savannah was born in Hong Kong and raised in London and New York by her South African and Pennsylvanian parents. Savannah travelled extensively as a child and young adult with her parents and sister Sienna Miller, developing her passion for bohemian, eclectic artifacts that today provide her with much of her inspiration.
Savannah Miller graduated with a First Class Honours Degree from Central Saint Martins in 2004 where she specialised in knitwear. She has since worked with Alexander McQueen and Matthew Williamson, as well as working as Co-Creative Director at Twenty8Twelve alongside her sister, Sienna. Savannah also collaborated with the Scandinavian fashion
e-commerce site, Nelly.com where she designed her own line.
In 2015 Savannah launched her first Debenhams exclusive collection, ‘Nine by Savannah Miller’ as part of Debenhams’ ‘Designers At Debenhams’ division. The collection was introduced across womenswear and accessories and on the back of the success has now has been extended to include, lingerie, sleepwear, activewear and bridal. The collections combine subtle prints and embellishment, layering simple and modern silhouettes offering a versatile and ageless day to evening premium wardrobe at an accessible price point.
In 2015 Savannah collaborated with New York based designer bridal brand, Stone Fox Bride. The collaboration was a huge success and Savannah launched her own eponymous bridal line in London and New York in Spring 2017.
Savannah currently lives in Gloucestershire with her husband, Nick Skinner and their three children, Moses, Lyra and Bali.
We are so grateful to Savannah for choosing to support Women for Women International through her collaboration with Bagsy Beauty. Savannah said, “I have such a love of beauty and was so excited to work with the Bagsy team on this capsule collection. I really wanted to deliver an edit that helps people to look and feel great every single day, whatever their style and mood. I’m also thrilled to be able to support Women for Women International, a charity I am particularly passionate about, which is making life-changing progress in helping marginalised women in countries affected by war and conflict.”