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This week, in hotel rooms all over Cannes, meticulously-packed gowns are being unloaded from their trunks in preparation for the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Since we’re way across the Atlantic Ocean, we’re preparing by taking a look back at our absolute favorite looks to come out of the French Riviera in the past five years. Somehow we even managed to restrain ourselves from making this a solo gallery of Diane Kruger — for the most part.
While it may be true that all of the biggest stories of the night happened at the Academy Awards ceremony (and, ok, on the red carpet beforehand), we’ve always been partial to a good after party ourselves, and yesterday’s annual Vanity Fair bash may hold the honor of being the most star-studded of them all.
The U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority has banned Christian Dior‘s Diorshow New Look Mascara ad featuring Natalie Portman for overzealous airbrushing and exaggerating the product’s results.
Can you guess the new shade?
Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied finally exchanged vows in California this weekend, but the most important question on our minds was: who designed the dress? There was speculation that the 31-year-old actress would don a Christian Dior creation, but we scoffed at such a thought since she slammed John Galliano for his anti-Semetic remarks last year. We thought that Portman would wear one of her favorite brands Rodarte, and as it turns out, we were right.
Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied were finally married in California on Saturday. Congrats to the very good looking couple!
Natalie Portman’s controversial Oscar gown just sold for a very pretty penny — and it had nothing to do with who wore it last.
We get that actor and part-time Dior spokeswoman Natalie Portman is a private lady, but what we don’t get is why she just won’t come out and say whether or not she’s married to dancer Benjamin Millepied. But the wedding band they were both wearing on their left hands at the Oscars this weekend definitely seem to suggest that is the case.
We did quite a few double takes at last night’s Golden Globes. This thing looks like that thing! That thing looks like this thing!
Look, not everyone can be the best, and at no time of the year is that clearer than during award show season. Not because some people win awards and others don’t, but because some people just can’t manage to dress themselves before they hit the red carpet.
After she called John Galliano‘s drunken, anti-Semitic rant “disgusting,” many people wondered if actress Natalie Portman would ever work with Dior again. But a new ad for the fashion house’s latest skin products seems to suggest that Portman is still right on board.
Congratulations are in order for Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman and her dancing fool-turned-model of a fiance Benjamin Millepied. Last night, People.com reported that the couple welcomed a brand new baby to their family.
If you thought the controversy surrounding Natalie Portman and her Black Swan dance double Sarah Lane had been put to rest when director Darren Aronofsky went through the movie frame by frame to establish the exact number of dance scenes each woman did, well, you were wrong. Lane spoke out on 20/20 Friday night, arguing that Aronofksy’s math was off and explaining why she chose to speak out in the first place.
This week Scott Schuman and Britney Spears got in trouble, Dolce & Gabbana got out of trouble, and Jessica Simpson just got paid. Christian Siriano and Rachel Zoe made headlines, too. Also, Legos!
Darren Aronofsky did the math, and it’s official: Natalie Portman was responsible for 80% of the dancing in Black Swan. This number is close to Benjamin Millepied‘s estimated 85%, and a far cry from body double Sarah Lane‘s 5% claim.
When it comes to Black Swan, everyone wants their proper bit of credit. First costume designer Amy Westcott was upset Rodarte got all the glory after designing seven costumes, and now Natalie Portman‘s body double is refuting claims that the actress did 85% of the dancing in the film. She says it’s more like a measly 5%.
Natalie Portman, the face of the Miss Dior Cherie fragrance, released a statement today calling the video of Dior creative director John Galliano‘s drunken anti-Semitic tirade shocking and “disgusting.” Portman, who is Jewish, said flatly that she will cut all ties with Galliano, but made no mention of her connection to the Dior label.
Admittedly, the bevy of expensive gowns at this year’s Oscars wasn’t the most exciting we’ve ever seen, but that didn’t stop a few looks from standing out. And among the ones that did, there were some pretty clear cut trends. Take a look at the colors and ideas that dominated the night and let us know if you see any trends you’ll be taking off the red carpet.
It’s the Oscar dress everyone was waiting for. On Sunday, Natalie Portman stepped out onto the 82nd Annual Academy Awards red carpet in a rich aubergine, off-the-shoulder gown by design darlings Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte.