The Cannes Film Festival has become the epicenter of fashion with a spectacular red carpet. After the impressive looks of Manu Rios and ester foundlingon the first weekend of the contest there was another guest who caught all eyes for her dazzling and historic styling.
Natalie Portman became the great protagonist of the premiere of May December, her latest film project, thanks to her dream dress signed by Dior, a firm for which she is an ambassador. The actress walked the red carpet with one of Christian Dior’s most emblematic designs, specifically, the Junon dress that the designer created in 1949.
Portman wore a recreation of this design from the 1949-1950 autumn-winter collection dubbed Milieu de Siecle (Mid-century) and which is on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. A spectacular creation with a strapless bodice and a skirt that recreates huge flower petals embellished with shiny crystal appliqués and embroidery ombre blue in color reminiscent of peacock feathers.
Natalie was radiant with this design that she wore with her hair gathered in an elegant bun and diamond earrings. As for her makeup, the actress Black Swan She bet on highlighting her eyes with a brown eyeliner and smoky shadows in the same tone and her lips with a gloss.
On the same red carpet, there was also Julianne Moore, who wore a green Louis Vuitton design that stood out for its marked shoulders and a pleated skirt that added movement to the look.
In her meeting with the press, Natalie Portman once again wore a Dior outfit, in this case a total look red made up of a minidress with a matching belt and a blazer that she wore over her shoulders.