27-year-old Keira Knightley is the face of the 2000s in the special 40th Anniversary issue of W Magazine. For her cover, Keira wore a Chanel jacket, and platinum blonde hair.
Talking about trends from the last decade she dislikes, she said: ‘I think skinny jeans and micro-miniskirts are very unfriendly.
‘I’ve been known to wear both, but on some days it seems like they were invented to make you feel bad about yourself.’
Despite being cast as a modern girl by the magazine, she spent months parading around in a corset for forthcoming Tolstoy adaptation Anna Karenina.
But despite starring in a string of blockbusters, Keira also revealed she prefers more offbeat fare when she munches on popcorn.
She said: ‘I have two (favourite films). The Beat that My Heart Skipped is a French film that I’ve watched again and again.
‘It’s so rough and yet still kind of beautiful. I love the juxtaposition of serenity and violence.
‘And My Life Without Me is understated and heartbreaking. The fact that the main character doesn’t tell anyone she’s very ill, it just gets me every time.’
Rooney Mara also appeared in the magazine.