Carey Mulligan or Keira Knightley: Whose Premiere Style Do You Prefer?

10/14/2010 at 05:20 PM ET

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At last night’s premiere of Never Let Me Go during the 54th annual BFI London Film Festival, two of Hollywood’s most notable and fashionable ingénues showcased their very distinct styles. British beauty Keira Knightley channeled Old Hollywood, sparkling in an intricate beaded Chanel Couture number with pearl draped sleeves, hip cut-outs and a dangerously low back that nearly exposed her derriere. She finished off the look with sky-high black platform heels from Charlotte Olympia. Meanwhile, steady style standout Carey Mulligan opted for a more graphic take on red carpet glamour, dazzling in a white crepe de chine Vionnet halter dress with multicolor pleated inlays that she paired with gold patent Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. And while Carey’s ombré pixie cut was twisted into a messy updo, Keira’s tresses were coiled into gossy waves. Tell us which look you prefer: Keira’s sophisticated elegance or Carey’s avant-garde styling? - Justine Harman

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