Sienna Miller in NYLON April 2014: I'm Not Good at the "Selfie Face"

Posted Wednesday March 26, 2014 1:45 PM GMT

Taking time away from the set of her upcoming film "Mississippi Grind," Sienna Miller garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the April 2014 issue of NYLON magazine.

The "Stardust" beauty donned designer garbs from Burberry Prorsum and Chanel for the Marvin Scott Jarrett-shot spread while opening up about everything from her new fashion line Twenty8Twelve to her new acting outlook.

Highlights from Miss Miller's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to visit NYLON!

On Twenty8Twelve:
"We were designing a really big collection in the end... I think maybe I'd be more fulfilled being a couturier or something, or doing 10 amazing pieces a season."

On her career:
"In the past I was always drawn to the roles, and was often really exploring characters, but then the final result was not what it was supposed to be. My modus operandi after I had the baby was to work with great people, no matter the capacity, even if I had a smaller part. If I got to work and have to sob all day and kill myself thinking about every sad thing that's ever happened, I'll get home feeling like I'm flexed some sort of muscle."

On her reluctance towards life rules:
"Life is really short. A lot of what we do is a reaction to what people thinking you're supposed to do. 'Have a kid by 30. Move in, but live together for at least this amount of time.' All of those rules I want to rebel against."

On her confidence:
"I've gotten to the point where I feel much more confident in myself and my ability. If you start to feel that, inevitably, it will affect your work and your perception."

On her selfie pics:
"I'm not very good at the selfie face. I can do it for, like, three seconds and then I crack up."

Photo Credit: Marvin Scott Jarrett for NYLON