Tag Archives: Keira Knightley

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The ever-lovely Keira Knightley wore a particularly elegant Burberry Prorsum gown last winter at the London premiere of A Dangerous Method.  The conservative burgundy dress features a black bow at the waist and cap sleeves, yet reveals a much sexier side from another angle… Much like the twisted psychological tale Knightley was promoting.  She accessorized it perfectly with a simple black clutch, cocktail ring, a swept-back bun, with dramatic dark eyes and a perfect pink pout.  She is perfection.

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Words on Fashion

“I think as you get more well-known, more designers lend you dresses.  But you always give them back like Cinderella because you shouldn’t be buying them; $20,000 for one night?!  As far as expensive stuff goes, I’m not good at shopping – I’m better at the cheap stuff!” – Keira Knightley


Look-of-the-Day

Today is one of our favorite style mavens’ 27th birthday – Miss Keira Knightley!  Late last night, this editor caught Atonement on the USA network (which I found kind of odd), but was completely enthralled by Keira and James McAvoy’s performances.  I was completely shocked and impressed that Miss Knightley was only 22-years-old in that film!  Pretty spectacular.  Here, is the mature-looking actress at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival at only 20 years of age!  (We swear, this stunner perpetually looks like a worldly woman in her late 20s – we couldn’t believe this photo is from 7 years ago!  Keira never ages!)  The pretty girl is sporting a Roland Mouret Fall 2005 Galaxy dress, a Yves St. Laurent velvet belt and a pair of Jimmy Choo slingbacks.  This look is so timeless, it could be worn in the 1940s, 60s or today, without anyone batting an eye.  Happy Birthday Keira!


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Pride and Prejudice may well be the first instance of chick lit.  The Jane Austen novel has been made into a mini series, several movies and even got its own zombie-themed book.  Millions of women across the world delude themselves into thinking they are just like the self-sufficient heroine Elizabeth Bennet (not that we’re exempt), which is why the story is still popular 200 years later.  Here is the 2005 film version starring our beloved Keira Knightley as Elizabeth.  She wears this ethereal silk white dress to a ball, where she and Mr. Darcy dance around the room – and their feelings for each other.  The satin ribbon around her waist and pearls in her hair finish off the simple, yet divine look.  Costume designer Jacqueline Durran also worked with Knightley in the stunning film Atonement.  It’s no surprise she was nominated for an Academy Award for this film, too.  Darcy and Elizabeth seem to have nothing but contempt for each other when they talk, but this dress is as romantic as they both truly feel.


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Today begins our “12 Days of Christmas Countdown,” where we list our favorite holiday movie looks everyday until Christmas!  Here is our beloved Keira Knightley in Love Actually.  Keira was only 18 when she played Juliet – a fitting name for the love interest stuck in a tricky triangle.  Here, she’s wearing a cropped, off-the-shoulder cream-colored top with cable-knit detail and slim-cut jeans.  In this scene, Juliet’s husband’s buddy, Mark, admits how he really feels about his best friend’s girl – it’s love actually… not the contempt she thought he had for her.  Even though Mark doesn’t win her heart, at least he gets a goodnight kiss from this English cutie!  We still can’t believe she’s only a teenager here!


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Silk is the only film of Keira Knightley’s that our editors dislike.  She’s been Robin Hood’s daughter, a sword-fighting debutante, Elizabeth Bennett, a passionate aristocrat-turned-nurse, a model/bounty hunter, and an aggressive archer named Queen Guinevere; in Silk, she’s the forgotten wife of a French merchant who has a thing for Asians.  Borrringggggg.  She’s having way more fun here than she does in the entire movie!  But at least she got to wear one cool outfit!  The 19th century promenade dress is accessorized nicely with a parasol, small straw hat and a drawstring silk bag.


Words on Fashion

There’s no individuality on the red carpet.  That’s why I loved Björk’s Oscar swan dress. I wish I had the courage.” – Keira Knightley