Keira Knightley At The Toronto International Film Festival Shows Up In Some Of Her Best Ensembles Ever (And That's Saying Something)
Keira Knightley's one of those lucky, lucky people that looks good in just about everything. I'd accredit half of that to her model-esque body type, 45 percent to her period drama-worthy cheekbones, and the remaining five percent to that kind of "It" that's often associated with magnetically famous individuals such as Kate Moss. In a nutshell, she (like her doppelgänger, the ever-fashionable Natalie Portman) is fortunate enough to be able to throw whatever she wants — whether it be her tomboyish street style, some risky high-fashion number, or practically nothing at all (Keira's just too cool) — and look equally awesome in each.
Case in point? Her entire run at the Toronto International Film Festival. She was there promoting Laggies and The Imitation Game, and she rocked every single look from sequined polka dots to Easter egg-esque Stella McCartney. Now, as it's time to go full steam ahead with all of the Imitation Game red carpet bonanzas, she's really pulling out all of the stops. Last month, she completely stunned in gilded Valentino (along with some amazing, Cumberbatch arm candy), and this week, she's stepped out in Chanel, Erdem, and Nina Ricci (and, yes, Benedict Cumberbatch). Let's take a look at her latest fashion-y excursions!
At the Weinstein Co's Screening of The Imitation Game
As far as I'm concerned, Keira can wear funky, slightly-futuristic Chanel from here to the end of time.
En Route to Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Super simple yet gorgeous, with a healthy dollop of retro flair. You go, Erdem!
At the Governor's Ball
Edgy and fun, no? Ooh, and here's bonus goofy Cumberbatch:
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