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  1. Natalie Portman Strips Down in New Dior Ad

    7:41 am 8/22/2012

    The Oscar winner shows some skin in her latest spot for the fashion house.Read more

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  2. Natalie Portman's Wedding Gown Believed to Be by Rodarte

    8:02 pm 8/6/2012

    The actress wore a white '50s-style dress with a nipped waist, tight bodice and full flared tea-length skirt to marry Benjamin Millepied.Read more

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  3. Natalie Portman Marries Benjamin Millepied

    4:33 pm 8/5/2012

    The parents of 14-month-old Aleph, who met while working on "Black Swan," quietly married in a private nighttime ceremony on the California coast.Read more

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  4. Bollywood Star Saif Ali Khan Clarifies 'Joke' About Natalie Portman Casting

    2:36 am 7/31/2012

    Khan was recently quoted stating that he had cast the Hollywood actress in an upcoming "love story" but later clarified that it was a "joke."Read more

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  5. Style Notes: Rihanna Launching Clothing Line, Shakira Introduces New Fragrance

    1:08 pm 7/17/2012

    THR breaks down the day's hottest fashion headlines.Read more

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  6. Mila Kunis Has a Paparazzi Fashion Flashback in First Dior Handbag Ad

    10:31 am 7/13/2012

    The star of the upcoming "Oz: The Great and Powerful" will wear new Dior designer Raf Simons couture and ready-to-wear during the 2013 awards season.Read more

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  7. Dita Von Teese Launches Poolside Soiree Series Clad in Jenny Packham

    4:25 pm 7/9/2012

    The multitalented burlesque dancer and actress is performing this Wednesday at the Beverly Hills Hotel as the host of Cointreau's kick off to their summer cocktail program. Read more

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  8. Mila Kunis Addresses Post-'Black Swan' Weight Gain (Poll)

    11:20 am 6/29/2012

    One wonders what will Dior think of their brand ambassador putting on some 25 pounds.Read more

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  9. Ann Curry's Goodbye: The Verdict Is in 12 Hours Later

    8:44 pm 6/28/2012

    TV writers and the Twittersphere seem to agree: It all could have been handled better. Read more

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