Nudity for Diorskin
Barely there makeup is in once again, says Dior, and to prove it is Natalie Portman, who is seen refreshingly barefaced (and bare-bodied) for the new Diorskin campaign. She hit the big time in cult assassin flick Leon, and then bagged the role of Queen Amidala in Star Wars.
Stripped nude for arty 10 minute flick Hotel Chevalier and now for one of the biggest brand. Natalie also played a seductive pink-haired stripper in Closer, for which she was nominated for an Oscar. Won an Oscar for Best Actress for her role as Nina in Black Swan. Born in Israel as Natalie Hershlag, Natalie Portman is now probably the most famous Natalie in the world. She’s also whip-smart, having been educated at one of those posh universities in American where all the men look like characters from .
Lensed by Mario Sorrenti for this Fall’s Diorskin Nude Skin-Glowing collection, Portman is the face for the new range of liquid and compact foundations and concealers holds precise, skin-matching pigments for an ultra-natural, beautifully seamless finish. Available in a multitude of shades for just about any skin tone, the new Diorskin Nude will be available from September 17 at Dior beauty counters worldwide.
Natalie Portman is not afraid to strip down for Dior. And when the product she’s fronting is called “Rouge Nude,” we suppose it’s sort of a no-brainer to get naked. Long-time Dior Beauty girl Natalie Portman really goes for it in her latest print campaign for Dior’s Rouge Nude lip and skin range. Back in 2011 Portman stripped for Miss Dior Cherie (see below right) but the feel of this latest campaign is decidedly different. In the Dior Cherie ad she has a playful, gamine, Lolita-esque thing going on. In these Rouge Nude ads, there’s no mistaking that Portman–now a wife and mother–is all grown up. Note the sexy smile, full lips, and perfect bronze-y glow.
Earlier this month, Portman married choreographer Benjamin Millepied in the Big Sur area of the Central California coast; they are parents to a son, Aleph, born in June 2011. Last year, Portman publicly condemned disgraced former Dior designer John Galliano following his anti-Semitic rant, captured on video in Paris. The brand has since replaced Galliano with Raf Simons, who wowed the fashion world with his debut collection last month.