You know who is having some serious fashion wins at this year's Toronto International Film Festival? Hands down, it's actress Natalie Portman, who wore a blush Lanvin gown and absolutely wowed. The Oscar winner wore the lace dress like it was made for her, since it actually was! The draped dress was a custom design. #CelebrityProblems.
Portman got all dressed up for the premiere of A Tale of Love and Darkness , the film she wrote and directed. It was a big night for Portman and she certainly showed up in high style to celebrate this new and exciting phase of her already enviable career.
The classic and classy one-shoulder dress was embellished with a brooch on the opposite side and at her hip, which added the element of asymmetrical surprise. There was also some ruching, while the neutral-colored fabric was anything but snoozy.
Portman, who is also mom to a young son, punched up her hair and makeup, slicking her hair back into an up 'do with a side part while going with a matte, raspberry lip. Her pout provided a wonderful contrast to the delicate shade of the goddess-like frock.
This was a fitting follow up to the lilac floral dress she wore, complete with a body harness, earlier this week.
This made-for-her Lanvin was almost too pretty.
The brooch was star shaped and acted like an accessory.
Even in black and white, you can see that this Lanvin dress moved with her.
Those lips! The color added just the right pop of color to a neutral gown.
Portman looked every inch a goddess.
From the side, the gown gave off a slight hint of boho chic.
But then again, I am also picking up a touch of '20s inspo, too.
Portman wore this dress, it didn't wear her. She was all about making an entrance. It reminded me of the poise of Grace Kelly, who was all class. Portman is certainly of that same mold. Can I just say that I am also all about the stretchy, over-the-knee, legging-like boots that the woman to the left is wearing? I so want those boots.
Congrats to the actress on her new film project.
Want to emulate Portman's berry lip? Well, you can with one of the lipsticks in the new COVERGIRL x Star Wars collection. Colorlicious Red 30, which isn't red at all, is so similar. You can apply and then pat it and blot it down with your finger, creating an almost ombre effect.
Portman did play Padme in the Star Wars prequels, so it's beyond fitting ($7, covergirl.com). It's also Star Wars, which is always infinitely nerdy-meets-cool.
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