Queen Keira post, feat Coco Mademoiselle and red wine

Today, Chanel released the images from their latest Coco Mademoiselle campaign, which once again stars actress Keira Knightley. Knightley, who's been the face of the fragrance since 2007, takes up that same James Bond-like character who's mastered the art of the chic disappearing act in Paris. As the Brit says in the press release: "The third film is very silver and quite cool. But again, nobody can quite capture her; so she is kind of there, but she is sort of playing with them... And then she gets on a speed boat! What more can you ask for?"

The short film, directed by Joe Wright and set to "She's Not There” from The Zombies, features Knightley in a few gorgeous Chanel numbers, with impeccable smoky makeup, doing her best seduction act, which clearly works. The print ad, shot by Mario Testino, will debut in April, but check out the full campaign video, as well as the storyboard, below:

Keira Knightley spilt red wine on her Chanel wedding dress

What is it with celebrities and their Chanel couture wedding dresses? First Lily Allen admitted she had "lost" hers (but found it again). Now Keira Knightley has revealed her best friend pretty much ruined hers by spilling red wine over it.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph in an interview, Keira, who rewore the white, knee-length frock to the Serious Fun Gala at the end of last year as well as to her wedding day in France, said:

"It's now got red wine spilled down the front because the last time I wore it my friend went like this (juts out her elbows) and now it's everywhere".

"I didn't quite realise the extent of it until I got home. It's quite impressively splattered. But, hey, a good night is a good night and when a dress has had its time, maybe it's had its time."

The actress didn't seem to be worried about the spillage, adding:

"I'm pretty sure I can get it out but, if I can't, I'm happy with the memory of a good night and the story of how the dress got destroyed."


RIP that beautiful dress :(
What did you think of the commercial?