Say hello to the Chanel superwoman.
Clad in a blush-colored catsuit with matching motorcycle and lacquered helmet, Keira Knightley reinvents her role today as "Coco Mademoiselle" in a short film helmed by "Pride & Prejudice" director Joe Wright.
The spot starts in bed with the 25-year-old British actress, sensually spritzing the citrus-floral scent onto her pulse points, as a husky female-sung version of "It's a Man's, Man's, Man's World" blares into the scene.
Next, our dear heroine sets off James Bond-style via motorbike through the sparkling streets of Paris. We soon learn that she's en route to a photo shoot -- because what else would Coco Mademoiselle do, other than be fabulous for a living?
As flashbulbs click and zippers creep down, things get frisky with the tall, dark and handsome photographer, played by Argentine heartthrob Alberto Amman.
After Mademoiselle coyly mouths, "Lock the door," and we all think we know what's to come, the scene ends in a most surprising and unpredictable way.
Even though it's supposedly a "man's world," it's clear that Coco Mademoiselle gets the final say.
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