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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

The Style Evolution of Natalie Portman!!!

Since making her acting debut at the tender age of 13, Natalie Portman has evolved into a graceful public figure. Though Natalie isn't afraid to take the occasional fashion risk, she tends to rely on her favorite label—Rodarte, Dior and Lanvin—to achieve her signature feminine aesthetic. Check out Natalie as she transforms from the girl next door into a true red carpet sensation.
   Fresh Faced 
In 2004, a fresh-faced Natalie Portman charmed the red carpet wearing a sunny yellow frock. She paired the summery dress with metallic heels and a sweet curly updo.
Sweet in Purple
Later that year, Natalie showed her more mature side in purple lingerie-inspired Derek Lam. The low-cut chiffon dress was kept youthful thanks to Natalie's unfussy hairstyle and natural makeup.
  Grecian Goddess
Natalie Portman looked like a goddess at the 2005 Academy Awards in a low-cut silver chiffon Lanvin gown. A glimmering Fred Leighton headband added to the Grecian vibe.
Modern Day Audrey Hepburn
Natalie looked downright demure in a 50's inspired updo at the Yves Saint Laurent store. A white Lanvin shift dress and petite evening bag lent themselves perfectly to Natalie's retro vibe.
Cutting Edge Appeal
Natalie showed a more daring side in a controversial Rodarte Spring 2008 dress. The blue panelled lace dress drew mixed reviews—some compared it to curtains, while others praised it for its avant-garde feel.

Lanvin Lover
At the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, a sophisticated Natalie donned a purple Lanvin dress. She paired the gorgeous ruffled frock with black pumps, an oversize clutch and 20's inspired pin curls, for a truly feminine look.

Knit One, Pretty Too
Natalie dared to be different on the red carpet in an unexpected sheer knit Rodarte Dress. She elevated the unique look with statement making satin pumps adorned with playful pom poms.
Pretty in Pink
A radiant Natalie turned heads at the 2009 Academy Awards in a pink chiffon Rodarte gown. The lovely hue of the dress complemented Natalie's glowing skin, while its strapless cut flattered her petite frame.
Bold Jewel Tones
Natalie Portman made a bold color statement at a screening of Brothers wearing a ruffled Jason Wu dress. She accessorized the purple dress with a turquoise belt, yellow clutch and purple Aldo heels, for an undeniably high impact look.
Lady in Red
Natalie Portman once again turned to Lanvin for an eye-catching red carpet look at the New York City Ballet Gala. She wore the two-tone chiffon dress with a crystal-embellished belt, and her signature low-maintenance hair

Rodarte Romance
Natalie Portman relies upon a handful of tried and true designers to provide her with stunning red carpet looks. For the Venice premiere of Black Swan, Natalie wore Rodarte's Claret Gown. The stunning Swarovski embellished tulle gown was a jawdropping red carpet choice.
Demure in Dior
Natalie looked angelic at a November red carpet event in a chiffon Christian Dior dress embroidered with delicate flowers. Natalie gave her winter white look sparkle with tasteful Ivanka Trump jewelry. Once again, Natalie proved that when it comes to hair and makeup, less is often so much more.
High Drama
Natalie took a much darker turn at the New York City red carpet premiere of Black Swan in a dramatic black Christian Dior dress. Deep red lipstick popped against her porcelain skin, while Olympia Le-Tan's book-shaped Lolita clutch added to the gothic romance of her look.


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