Keira Knightley at Serpentine Summer Gallery Party

Keira looked amazing in her brightly coloured Chanel wonder-frock

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Keira Knightley has really been on fashion-form recently after an array of super-stylish appearances in New York while promoting her new flick Begin Again. Having sported Valentino, Erdem and Prada for a host of glamorous events and press interviews, we were starting to wonder if Chanel's golden girl had turned her back on the brand. However, for one of the most high-profile parties of the season, the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London, the 29-year-old actress went back to her fashion roots with a bang, opting for this show-stopping Chanel floor-sweeper. Phew. 

The frock, from the brands Resort 2015 collection, features an asymmetrical neckline with a multi-coloured beaded bodice and floral appliqué skirt, under which a white tulle layer drapes, turning the quirky dress into an elegant gown. One word; wow.

Keira, who has been the face of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle fragrance since 2011, has worn her fair share of stunning looks courtesy of the brand, but we reckon this might just be the coolest yet... 

Ever the style maven, Keira made the wise decision to ditch accessories entirely, only adorning herself with her gorgeous engagement ring and wedding band. Keeping all of the focus firmly on her dress, Keira also decided to style her hair in relaxed waves, with her beautifully natural make-up echoing the effortless feel of her ensemble. 

The star was joined at the celeb-packed bash by her husband, Klaxons musician James Righton, who looked dapper in a deep blue suit and bow tie. Clearly his wife's fashion credentials are rubbing off on him. 

With another amazing look under her belt, we can't wait to see what she'll wear next while she's back on British soil. Don't worry, we'll keep you posted... 

By Maxine Eggenberger

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