From the lemon tweed two-piece she wore to collect her OBE in 2018 to the couture tulle dress and tweed jacket she wore for her wedding in 2015, as a long-standing Chanel ambassador, it’s no surprise that Keira Knightley often looks to the house for significant moments in her life. For the premiere of The Aftermath in London on February 18, Knightley channelled Chanel with aplomb again. Keira Knightley’s Nutcracker Premiere Look Is As Fabulously Festive As You’d Hope
Keira Knightley’s Nutcracker Premiere Look Is As Fabulously Festive As You’d Hope
Taking to the red carpet at London’s Picturehouse Central with her co-stars Alexander Skarsgård, Jason Clarke and Kate Phillips, Knightley dazzled in a black, floor-length gown comprised of multiple tulle tiers, delicate sheer sleeves and a metallic beaded midriff – proving that her Chanel red-carpet formula never fails.
The Ridley Scott-produced film, which is set in 1940s Germany, depicts the hardship of life during the Second World War. Following the life of Rachael Morgan as she arrives in Hamburg to be with her husband (Clarke), her life becomes complicated after the pair move in with German widower Stefan Lubert (Skarsgård). Keira Knightley: Motherhood Is A “Physical And Emotional Marathon”
Keira Knightley: Motherhood Is A “Physical And Emotional Marathon”
After taking a break from the screen, Knightley has starred in some big films, such as Colette and The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, of late. The actor has since been vocal about women being provided with more interesting and complicated female characters on screen.“I don’t really do films set in the modern day because the female characters nearly always get raped,” she told Variety. “I always find something distasteful in the way women are portrayed, whereas I’ve always found very inspiring characters offered to me in historical pieces. There’s been some improvement. I’m suddenly being sent scripts with present-day women who aren’t raped in the first five pages and aren’t simply there to be the loving girlfriend or wife.”