While promoting her new film in New York, Natalie Portman championed one of our all-time favorite trends: floral. The actress looked stunning in a gown from The Vampire’s Wife, which she paired with strappy mules. This British label is known for its opulent fabrics and romantic silhouettes, and this design is no exception. The ‘Hummingbird’ dress features a slim-fitting bodice, puff sleeves, and ruffle hem that all work together to create a feminine look. Don’t you think it’s beautiful?
When Natalie Portman was seen in New York City on Wednesday, she appeared to be getting ready for a spring party. As she arrived at the BUILD series, the Oscar winner wore a red floral pattern dress with matching ruby heels. Natalie looked stunning in a figure-hugging gown that tightened down at her already svelte waist before fanning out below her hips. A pair of red strappy heeled slides complemented the beauty’s 5ft3 frame. She wore her short brunette lob in loose waves and didn’t appear to be wearing much makeup.
Natalie Portman has joined the lengthy list of celebrities who support Reformation, a sustainable fashion business. At the opening of the Citi Sound Vault exhibition, which benefits the non-profit organization A New Way of Life re-entry initiative, the actress was seen wearing the label’s Amala Dress ($380). Formerly jailed people are helped with housing, legal and advocacy assistance, and leadership development through this project.
The little dress has a ruffled sleeve, a sweetheart neckline, and slightly puffed shoulders. It has a wrap front feature and is slender and appealing in shape. The black and flowery design was worn by the 38-year-old campaigner, but the dress is also available in a white and traditional blue splatter-print.