Our gallery was updated with magazine scans from 2016-2017, including the April issue of Vogue Italia, that Keira posed to Yelena Yemchuk (the photoshoot has been added already a few days ago). Enjoy the new additions!
Starting with our catching up, last month Keira attended a photocall of the ‘Chanel Cruise 2017/2018 Collection’ at Gran Palais in Paris, France. She was joined by husband Keira Knightley and director Pedro Almodovar, alongside other celebrities attending the event.
We have finally updated some pictures in our gallery. Check by following the link below:
Photos of Keira last Thursday (15) in Venice attending the Culture Chanel vernissage can now be found in our gallery:
Keira was joined by her husband James Righton last night at Chanel’s Fine Jewelry dinner at Bergdorf Goodman in New York City. She was wearing a pretty blue and silver patchwork dress from Chanel’s AW16 Couture collection on the private dinner party made in her honor, to celebrate the new campaign: Chanel’s Coco Crush fine jewelry.
As you know, Keira serves as the ambassador for two of the house’s campaigns, the Rouge Coco lip color collection and the Coco Mademoiselle fragrance. Our gallery was updated with over 260 HQ pictures, as you can see in the link below:
Scans and a new photoshoot have recently gone online of Keira Knightley for Madame Figaro’s July issue. Check them out in the gallery, along with a gorgeous shot of Keira by Mario Testino for Chanel’s Coco Crush.
On Sunday (22) Keira attended the premiere of Sofia Coppola’s debut opera La Traviata in Rome. Accompained by husband James Righton, she looked amazing in a velvet red gown by Valentino. Check some HQ images added in our gallery.
On Monday (22nd February), Keira Knightley made her first public appearance of 2016 at the London Fashion Week Erdem x Selfridges Wrap Party. High-quality images from the event have been added to the gallery.
The gallery was updated with HD screencaptures of Keira on 2015 film Everest. The film, directed by Baltasar Kormákur and starred by Jason Clarke, Sam Worthington, Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, Robin Wright and Emily Watson, among others, tells the true story set in 1996, when a number of simultaneous expeditions up Mount Everest resulted in the deaths of eight climbers.