Keira Knightley sparkles in a Valentino LBD on US chat show

Keira Knightley made a guest appearance on the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show this week to promote her latest film, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.

The actress dazzled in a Valentino black dress from the Autumn/Winter 2012 collection.

The cocktail dress features silver and gold embroidery, sheer sleeves and Keira’s trademark high-neckline.

Patent black pumps, a simple bun and her new sparkling engagement ring finished the look perfectly.

What do you think of Keira’s style? 

See the trailer for Seeking a Friend for the End of the World below...

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