Now we’re talking, below are some scans from the new Italian Vanity Fair. Right now the quality isn’t the best but hopefully bigger scans are on the way, and along with it a translation of the article.
Thanks to Eden Liao.
I’ve updated the gallery with two more Fall 2013 Rouge Dior campaign pics, one a full-sized version of the shot used in the print ad and the other an HQ, color version of one from the promotional photo shoot. Thanks to Eden and Angelina!
A couple new Miss Dior print ads have surfaced, and they’ve swapped out the pink for a dark but still very pretty look. Hit the thumb below to view the album. Thanks once again to Eden Liao.
Eden comes through again, finding two great new photos from Natalie’s latest Dior Rouge campaign. One is a full-length, color version of an earlier photo from the shoot and the other is brand new.
Cherryvanilla found this behind the scenes video from Diorshow, and while a lot of the footage has been seen before, it looks as though there’s some new stuff included. The footage is so great that even if it’s not the case, it’s definitely worth another spin. Enjoy.
Japanese fans wouldn’t have many opportunities to see Natalie in the flesh, so no surprise that her recent visit sparked the kind of excitement we see in those two cellphone vids from Natalie’s appearance and departure from the Dior building in Ginza. Thanks to Kitten.
Have a brief moment at work to bring you guys the first proper images of Natalie in Japan. This isn’t from today’s press conference, rather a 60th Anniversary event in Japan. Thanks, again, to Kitten. If the dress looks familiar, its the same one she wore to the LA Dance Project benefit a few days ago.
New campaign shots for Rouge Dior have arrived and they have a bit more attitude and sexiness, at least compared to the Miss Dior stuff. Click the thumb to check out the gallery that Rachel set up. I wonder if the last shot isn’t an outtake…because her hair going sideways looks ridiculous. Can’t believe they would use that. Thanks to Belerofonte and Moon-light-world.
It’s horribly edited together but this is still a great find from Toto20, a video showing behind the scenes of the Miss Dior Cherie launch in New York back in 2010. We see Natalie at the launch, at a special dinner and then again in a one on one interview setting. It also has footage from the opening of the Dior boutique, with John Galliano, before he disgraced himself and was fired by Dior. Speaking of which, Nannnina found a Vanity Fair slide show focusing on the most famous red carpet snubs, and Natalie not wearing Dior (as the Galliano controversy was in full swing) to the 2011 Oscars made the list.
But back to the video, there is no embed code so you’ll have to just click the thumb below to get to the video.