In the clip, the 'Never Let Me Go' star talks about her look for the new ad campaign for Chanel's perfume, admitting she was caught off guard and describing it as Chanel's superwoman.
In an effort to promote Chanel's perfume Coco Mademoiselle, Keira Knightley has starred in a short film which title comes from the scent's name. Entertainment Tonight has got a hold onto a sneak peek of the short that unveils the screen beauty standing next to a motorcycle wearing a sexy skintight leather catsuit.
The Elizabeth Swann of the first three "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies takes the role of Coco Mademoiselle in this new ad campaign, which will be debuted in its entirety on March 21. Her character has been described as "a modern day Coco Chanel whose mystery, daring and rebelliousness are at the heart of her charm."
When talking about her role as Coco Mademoiselle, the 25-year-old previously gushed, "For me, Gabrielle Chanel is an icon and there was an incredible power emanating from all the photos of her. When I began to delve into her history more closely, I was obviously fascinated by her immense talent as a designer, but more than that, by her singular background."
Keira was first seen donning the figure hugging beige catsuit as well as beige motorcycle helmet and matching gloves in early September 2010. At the time, she was caught on camera mounting a Ducati Motorbike, which color is coordinated with her bodysuit, while filming a new Chanel advertisement at Concorde Place in Paris, France.
The star of "Never Let Me Go" has been the face of the French Fashion House since 2006.