Are you tired of me yet? Give it time.
Just got a couple more cool links for you. Time Magazine has done a list of 100 people who shape our world and no, I didn’t make the cut this year. Neither did Natalie. But she did contribute the writeup for Alber Elbaz. Thanks to Celiana.
The other link is from Harper and is a cute writeup of the Paris Je T’aime after party.
Natalie Portman, one of the film’s biggest stars, opted for both, and upon arriving at the latter, said that watching herself on the big screen was “like revisiting my youth.” The petite actress filmed her segment five years ago and used it to help attract other celebrities to the project. The evening marked new territory for her in the fashion department, though. “This is the first time I’m wearing YSL, I think,” she said of her dress, before excusing herself to greet her father.
Papa Portman wasn’t the only one vying for his daughter’s affections. Former Rag & Bone designer Nathan Bogle lingered close by; Steve Buscemi (whose part in Joel and Ethan Coen’s segment won the evening’s biggest laughs) asked for a photographer’s number after having his picture taken with the pretty starlet; and Zach Braff confessed she was the only reason that he was there. “I love Natalie; I’ll support anything that she does,” he said.