The actress brushes her hair into a half-up, half down style and slips on a stunning monochrome mini in China.
Natalie Portman resembled a 60s screen siren when she stepped out in China last night.
For the opening of the Miss Dior exhibition in Beijing, the actress donned a structured shift that really made the most of her slender legs and toned arms with its thigh-skimming length and short sleeves.
Natalie ensured that her retro-inspired dress remained the centre of attention by keeping accessories to a minimum. She simply added a couple of inches to her height by teaming the gorgeous two-tone piece with a pair of pointed pumps.
It’s clear that Natalie – who’s been an ambassador for the luxurious French label since 2010 – knows about the importance of paying attention to every single detail when it comes to totally nailing a look.
Are you surprised?! Neither are we.
The 33-year-old expertly stuck to her throwback theme by framing her eyes with lots of dark liner and backcombed her luscious brown hair into a classic half-up, half down style.
And wanting to bring a chic but subtle pop of colour to her elegant ensemble, mum-of-one Natalie painted her nails a bright shade of coral.
French dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied’s pretty wife’s outing in the city comes a couple of months after a short film to promote the iconic Miss Dior fragrance was revealed.
Natalie stars as a runaway bride in the beautifully shot promo and looks unbelievably stunning in a decadent white asymmetric gown that’s been artfully decorated with ruffles.
The frock was handcrafted especially for the commercial – which features Janis Joplin’s iconic track Piece Of My Heart – and is thought to have taken 600 hours to make.
Proving that she’s a real natural beauty, Natalie wears her locks in a low-key tousled style and sports a flawless complexion.