This year, Ms. Keira Knightley has not one, but two films currently making the festival circuit at the Toronto International Film Festive — and both sound quite exciting. One is The Imitation Game, a drama about British super-genius Alan Turing, starring Benedict Cumberbatch (you can watch the trailer here; It's Oscar bait if I ever saw it — come on, a period piece starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a tortured mathematician cracking Nazi codes?).
She's also starring in Lagging, an adorable-looking late-coming-of-age romantic comedy, alongside Sam Rockwell (the romantic lead, ooh), and Chloe Grace Moretz (man, is that girl on a roll — she's got three films at TIFF and she might be dating a Beckham). Heck, based on that info alone, I already want to watch it.
Anyway, Knightley fans have a lot to look forward to, but in the mean time? Clothes, clothes, and more clothes! Knightly's turned out chic look after chic look at TIFF over the past week — and girl has range. She's worn everything from dark and moody navy blue retro-edgy tulle to neon rainbow Chanel (yes, that's really a thing). Let's take a look at her recent style hits!
In Miu Miu
It doesn't quite look as luxe as most Miu Miu does (I'm still not over the jeweled collar blouse Zoe Kazan wore a few months back), but the color's lovely. Also, sparkles!
I'm not used to seeing Knightley wearing this much color (and all at the same time!), but I'm liking it. Also, I think the combined forces of Keira Knightley and Karl Lagerfeld are pretty much the only way rainbow neon could possibly look this classy.
In Dolce & Gabbana
In Chanel Couture
It's past Labor Day, but I think we can all agree that this is a very well-deployed LWD.
In Stella McCartney
That print is amaze-balls (I mean, Easter egg-reminiscent masks, does it get any more fun than that?) and she is working it.
In Michael Van Der Ham
Polka dots, tulle, sparkle, all with a retro twist — does it get any better than that? I also love her edgy makeup: the glossy red lip and graphic black liner kind of reminds me of a glamorous (and toned down) version of Lena Dunham's Andy Warhol-esque Emmy look.