Keira Knightley is on a style streak promoting her newest film, Boston Strangler.
The actress stepped out this week in a string of fabulous looks to attend interviews and show appearances ahead of the thriller's release. On Wednesday alone, she debuted four fabulous ensembles—each edgier than the next.
One standout look consisted of a long white furry skirt, which she paired with a simple gray sweater, a dainty diamond necklace, and silver and gold rings. Knightley had her hair down in a breezy, wavy ’do for the occasion and wore natural rosy makeup.
The unique outfit was a contrast to her next sleek look, an all-black ensemble consisting of a sheer collared jumpsuit with shimmery polka dots, which she cinched with a thin leather Chanel belt with a silver buckle featuring the brand’s logo. Over the jumpsuit, the Pirates of the Caribbean star layered a black blazer emblazoned with a rose print, and she finished the look with silky black platform heels embellished with clear crystals. Her bronzy makeup look, wavy hairdo, and maroon manicure perfectly complemented the look.
The actress wore another furry look for the press tour: a beige trench coat paired with a feathery boa and shiny black flats, each with six tiny straps. Her glam included a dark eye, pink blush, and a wavy ’do.
Knightley’s fourth great look was a ruched golden dress with billowing short sleeves by Simone Rocha, which she wore for an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. She paired it with glossy platform shoes with crisscrossing laces and ankle straps. For that occasion, she wore brown eye makeup and her usual wavy hairdo.
Boston Strangler tells the story of a man who murdered 13 women in the Boston area during the early 1960s. The film premieres today on Hulu.
Rosa Sanchez is the senior news editor at Harper's Bazaar, working on news as it relates to entertainment, fashion, and culture. Previously, she was a news editor at ABC News and, prior to that, a managing editor of celebrity news at American Media. She has also written features for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, among other outlets.