Keira Knightley may have a 'jeans and T-shirt' wedding
British actress Keira Knightley, left, laughs along with Canadian director David Cronenberg at the U.K. premiere of 'A Dangerous Method' for the London Film Festival, at a central London cinema, Monday, Oct. 24, 2011. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan)
Published Wednesday, September 5, 2012 12:02PM EDT
Keira Knightley may have a "jeans and T-shirt" wedding.
The 'Anna Karenina' actress -- who is engaged to Klaxons musician James Righton -- thinks it would be "pretty generous" if Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld offered to create a gown for her, but is not sure if it would be the right choice yet as she hasn't started planning her nuptials.
Knightley said: "Well, that would be pretty generous of him. He's an incredible designer. Would I say yes? To be honest, I'm working on another film straight after 'Anna Karenina', which finishes after Christmas.
"Then, maybe I'll start thinking about the dress and the guests and the venue. It really depends on what sort of wedding I decide to have - if I go with jeans and T-shirt options, then maybe it wouldn't be quite right. I haven't decided on anything yet."
Despite a fearsome reputation, Knightley claims Lagerfeld is a "nice man" and likes the work she has done with Chanel as she is allowed to pout.
Knightley added to Vogue.co.uk: "He really is such a nice man, when you're shooting with him, he just sits there holding your hand.
"Working on Chanel campaign is so different to working on a huge film with Chanel I'm told to pout all I want!"