Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Keira Knightley was back on the red carpet in London earlier this week to promo her new movie, ‘A Dangerous Method’.

Whilst some stars are wearing Spring 2012 dresses, Keira selected a rich, warm winter hue for her premiere.

Her maroon Burberry Pre-Fall 2012 gown not only has a keyhole detail, but is also open at the back and has a black bow accent.

Never one to stray far from Chanel, she carried a Chanel quilted clutch and wore a Chanel ring.

Studded earrings, a very chic updo, kohl-rimmed eyes and a pretty pink lip colour completed her look.

Understated, elegant Keira.

I was going to say ‘The pout is back’, but then I wondered, ‘Did it ever go away?’

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Keira Knightley attended the 2011 National Board Of Review Awards Gala in New York City last night.

It’s not often we see the British star opting for a head-to-toe black look, but she did so wearing a black Nina Ricci Resort 2012 dress.

Her cap-sleeve chiffon dress with a lace-front panel prevents this from being a typical LBD.

A Chanel handbag, black tights and black Roger Vivier velvet sandals blend into the background, so I wish she’d opted for pieces which stood out.

Wavy locks and dark coral lip colour finished the look.

Rarely do I say this about Keira, but she can do much better. I feel very let down by this look and I wish she’d kept the belt.

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Between the messy side braid, the disheveled top knot, and tousled bedhead tresses, it’s truly hard to fathom why women still have bad hair days, and have yet to master the done-undone look.

Another chic and easy hairstyle to fallback on? The shiny slick back.

Seen all over the Fall 2011 runways (Ralph Lauren, Giambattista Valli, Mary Katrantzou, Salvatore Ferragamo, The Row), stars like Camilla Belle and Keira Knightley are starting to shellac their strands to their scalps as well. Such a laissez-faire, yet entirely appropriate red carpet look.

Get The Look in Three Swift Steps:
-Starting with damp hair, insert a deep side part and brush hair back into a low position.
-Maintain your wet look for the entire day by liberally coating strands with Redken Hardwear 16 Super Strong Sculpting Gel (available at Redken salons for $13).
-Tautly secure at the nape of your neck.

Finish your pared-down but perfect look with bold earrings, a bit of lipstick and blush, topped off with a few coats of mascara.

Total prep time—five minutes flat. —India-Jewel Jackson

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Keira Knightley took to the red carpet tonight for the London Film Festival premiere of her latest movie, ‘A Dangerous Method’.

I was delighted to see her wearing something that wasn’t predictable on this occasion.

She looked amazing wearing a Roksanda Ilincic Resort 2012 dress.

This black and dove grey look is a brave choice on a cold winter night in London, but she totally rocks it as she’s so statuesque and graceful.

Her calf length dress with a criss-cross bodice and keyhole detail was styled with a super slick side parted bun.

Black ankle strap sandals, a Chanel ring and a nude lip colour completed her look.

Many of you continue to dislike this length of dress on the red carpet, so how do you feel about it on Keira?

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Keira Knightley attended a press conference for her movie “A Dangerous Method” during the 2011 Toronto Film Festival this past weekend.

The English actress chose a cute Moschino Cheap & Chic Resort 2012 dress.

Her floral-printed button-up dress features varying shades of pink, accented with blue details. It’s also cinched at the waist with a matching belt and has a ruffled collar.

Keira added just a pair of nude heels to her look. She went for a chic simple hairstyle and kept the focus of her makeup on her eyes (and her infamous pout of course).

It’s a Forties-inspired look which Keira has been favoring a lot lately but I like it as it suits her personal style and looks great with her short bob.

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