Natalie Portman Is Miss Dior Cherie 2011

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After a green flop venture (remember Te Casan? The line was discontinued for good. As was the label itself), Natalie Portman had apparently mourned her fashion lack of success deep into the Hollywood Hills. She’s coming up with a truly controversial movie signed by Darren Aronofski (you might remember him as Rachel Weisz’s ex): Black Swan. Hence Natalie Portman is everywhere.

Her face, her fashion choices are, once more, in the spotlight. So how about those fashion choices? It looks like Natalie Portman has teamed up with Dior. Not just a rumor anymore, given that the first image from Dior’s Miss Dior Cherie perfume ad campaign has surfaced. With a lovely Natalie Portman, comme d’habitude!

I can’t wait to see the video they’ll make for the campaign, which I hope it’ll be at least as good as Lady Dior Lady Grey London (especially since it’s directed by Sophia Coppola)! Do you think that starring in a thriller (Black Swan) will affect the “miss Dior” quality in Natalie Portman? (photo via)

Natalie Portman Miss Dior Cherie Ad Campaign preview


#1 Agingerella on 12.11.10 at 9:43 am

To me it does alas. But I stated that often before.
Darren Aronofsky is in the first place a great director to me. That’s my first thought when I read his name. I’m looking very much forward going watch Black Swan. I trust I won’t be distracted by a commercial!

#2 Agingerella on 12.14.10 at 6:43 am

Natalie Portman being grateful to Dior:

“One of the things that’s been so nice is that Dior made all of the shoes for me with no animals and no leather or anything, because I don’t wear any leather…They re-made all my shoes so I can wear Dior shoes without taking lives.”

I think this is hypocrite because Dior goes on with using all sorts of leather and fur for their collections. Assuming the girl can’t help it since Hollywood makes people sort of weird I only sigh……

Further I wonder why Miss Cherie needs a new commercial. This one seems very different from the former fairy-talish Paris balloon girl? Why’s that? What’s the need? Has Miss Cherie grows from an innocent happy-go-lucky girl into a femme fatale? Now I can’t wait either for the new commercial.
Does anyone know where they play the whole commercial, besides on fashion blogs and forums and such. Because the tv commercial are usually shorter versions??

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