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Meanwhile in London, Savannah Miller was busy last night presenting her new line of affordable party attire, the first venture she's taken up since she and her sister Sienna departed from their bohemian chic label Twenty8Twelve. Savannah explains why high street: "Truth be told, I can't justify spending what should be the annual budget for my kids' clothes on one coat anymore. When I see the work of someone like, say, Mary Katrantzou, I know it's real art and it should be worth a great deal?but I want to make something that people can feel decent about wearing in a recession." If that sounds good to you, shop the 40-piece contemporary collection here. [Style.com]