Fellow young actress Carey Mulligan just tied the knot and now Keira Knightley is following suit. Over the weekend her rep confirmed that she is engaged to her boyfriend of 15 months, James Righton of the Klaxons, who she was introduced to by Alexa Chung.
The big question now is who will be the designer of choice to design her wedding dress? Since she's the current face of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle fragrance and has always had a good relationship with the brand, Karl Lagerfeld is currently the front runner. So far, though, her rep is keeping quiet about the details.
Which designer would you like to see design her big dress?
Carey Mulligan looked incredible on Monday night in her Prada creation at the Met Gala and if, like me, you were a fan the dress, you just might be able to get your hands on it. Yesterday the actress put the dress up for sale on eBay with a starting bid of $500.
The auction isn't aimed at benefiting the co-chair personally, as all of the proceeds of the sale will go directly to Oxfam, which means that you can bid today guilt free. You haven't got much time though because the bidding ends on May 19 and so far there have been seven bids with the highest sitting at $1,025.
Anticipation for this year's Met Gala was high and the event definitely didn't disappoint. While it's true, there were several disappointing looks from people like Coco Rocha and Jessica Chastain, the majority of the looks were really strong and it was really good to see people research and commit to this year's Schiaparelli theme.
The above is a round-up of my favourite looks. Regular readers will know that I was on the dubious side about Joseph Altuzarrateaming up with Lana Del Rey but I was pleasantly surprised by the results. Her dress, along with her new dark hair, looked beautiful and so did Carey Mulligan in her golden Prada creation. As an Olsen fan, I'm generally impressed by anything either twin turns up in and last night was no different. The black dress from The Row that Mary-Kate Olsen was classically simple but still powerful.
All eyes are on Carey Mulligan tonight because as well as being, well Carey Mulligan, she has also co-chaired this year's event along with Miuccia Prada. She definitely didn't disappoint in this gold Prada creation.
If there's one red carpet event worth getting excited for each year, it's the Met Ball. This year is even more interesting because like the Oscars, you'll be able to see all of the outfits as they hit the red carpet because for the first time, the arrivals and special moments from the gala will be livestreamed.
Rather than opting for a celebrity host, the organisers have bagged Elettra Widemann and ex-Vogue contributing editor William Norwich to talk to designers and find out what everyone is wearing. On top of that, the duo will also interview Carey Muligan, who has come on board this year as a co-chair, along with Miuccia Prada and Anna Wintour. The livestream will run from 6:30 to 8:30pm EST on Vogue.com, Amazon.com and Metmuseum.org.
I've loved everything that W magazine have produced this year but I'm still undecided about their latest cover starring Carey Mulligan. Admittedly, it's unlikely that any cover she does now will quite impress me like her American Vogue October 2010 cover but aside from that, the Michael Thompson-shot cover doesn't seem to look like her on first glance. But it's not all bad. The accompanying spread looks beautiful and classic, as you would expect from the actress, and styled to perfection by Edward Enninful.
Yes, you are seeing double. Strangely this shot of Carey Mulligan that fronted Vogue's October issue last year shot by Peter Lindbergh has popped up on the November issue of French ELLE. It's commonplace for the smaller regional versions of a given magazine to use the same cover as their international counterpart but this situation is different because ELLE and Vogue are part of two completely different publishing houses.
French ELLE is a big magazine so I can't imagine that they took the cover without authorisation so it would seem that Lindbergh, as the owner of the image, has licenced them to the magazine after the embargo with Vogue has ended. This would make sense because it has been a little over year that the image was used by Vogue but that said, it seems strange that Vogue would allow the image to go to a competitor.