08.11.13

Natalie Portman In Christian Dior – Guggenheim International Gala

Natalie Portman In Christian Dior - Guggenheim International Gala

Joining Jessica Biel for the second evening of the Guggenheim International Gala held at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City on Thursday, Natalie Portman wore her sixth Dior look within a fortnight.

On this occasion she wore a muted hybrid look featuring a part crepe, part draped double silk duchess satin dress with a sheer hem enriched with blue embellishments.

The embellishments keep the look interesting; however, I would’ve liked this look more had the black part of the dress featured tonal embellishments too, or something defining the waist.

The look just feels like it’s missing something, preventing me from falling in love with it.

Black Dior accessories, a Dior Fine Jewelry ‘Bagatelle’ ring, a wavy ‘do and a pop of pink via her nails provided the finishing touches to her look.

Is something missing for you? Or do you love this look as it is?

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Natalie Portman In Christian Dior Couture – ‘Thor: The Dark World’ New York Screening

Natalie Portman In Christian Dior Couture - 'Thor The Dark World' New York Screening

Following her guest appearance on the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’, Natalie Portman continued to promote her new movie ‘Thor: The Dark World’ by attending a special screening at The Marlton in New York City hosted by Dior Beauty.

The actress wore Dior again, this time selecting a look from the Fall 2012 collection – which wasn’t a gown, you’ll be surprised to learn; instead she wore a multi-coloured embroidered silk bustier styled with black wool tapered pants.

After a selection of stunning gowns, including her Best Dressed of the Week couture piece from last week, this look comes as a refreshing change.

Harry Winston jewels, black Dior pumps, and a Charlotte Olympia perspex clutch – with a fuchsia pouch which complemented her top – accessorized her look, with sleek straight locks providing the finishing touch.

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07.11.13

Natalie Portman In Christian Dior – Late Show with David Letterman

Natalie Portman In Christian Dior - Late Show with David Letterman

Natalie Portman was spotted outside the Ed Sullivan Theater prior to her making a guest appearance on the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ yesterday to promote her new movie ‘Thor: The Dark World’.

Looking pretty and effortless, the actress wore a Dior midnight-blue heavy silk-cadi dress with a rise-and-fall flared skirt with a white hemline.

Black Dior slingbacks and Harry Winston jewels accessorized her look, with a simple bun and glossy lips completing the look.

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Best Dressed of The Week – Natalie Portman In Christian Dior Couture & Diane Kruger In Chanel Couture

BDOTW 4 Nov

Natalie Portman was your runaway winner this week, leaving the competition in the shade of her Christian Dior Couture gown. Some of you likened her to a modern-day Audrey Hepburn, such was your admiration for how graceful she looked in this gown.

My favourite was Diane Kruger in Chanel Couture.

Simplifying the runway look, plus her effortless styling, won me over.

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28.10.13 Premiere

Natalie Portman In Christian Dior Couture – Thor: The Dark Kingdom’ Berlin Premiere

Natalie Portman In Christian Dior Couture - Thor The Dark Kingdom' Berlin Premiere

Natalie Portman attended the ‘Thor: The Dark Kingdom’ Berlin premiere held at CineStar Potsdamer Platz in Germany on Sunday evening.

The actress turned to her favourite brand, Dior, who created this beautiful white strapless gown with a lightly pleated full skirt and black waistband which she styled with a black Dior clutch and Dior Fine jewels.

Looking every inch a movie star in her Princess gown, Natalie’s hair was swept up into a chic updo, opting for shimmering silver eye makeup with glossy lips rounding out the look.

Even with the two handsome co-stars Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth alongside her on this red carpet, I’m pretty sure everyone was captivated by the stunning actress in all her regal glory.

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