I've always been a big Keira Knightley fan. We share a penchant for period films (never mind that her forte is acting in them while mine is simply viewing them), and I've loved almost everything she's starred in - Pride and Prejudice, Atonement, the Duchess, Pirates of the Caribbean - and of course I'm eagerly anticipating the Anna Karenina adaptation coming this November.
In preparation for the film's release, Knightley has landed the cover of all covers - American Vogue (the October issue, a month shy of the real golden cover). Although Keira's already had a September Vogue cover, so you can't win every time. In this cover she's wearing a complete Chanel ensemble (a nod to her longstanding campaigns for the brand): a delicate cream-colored dress, bow and pearl earrings, and these odd silver cuffs - but hey, they bring a little something extra to the outfit - and it's a cool juxtaposition between the floral and the metal texture of the cuffs. From the cover line, it looks like they'll be discussing the expected: her role in Anna Karenina and her recent engagement. Can't wait to get this issue in the mail!
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