More Miss Dior

By March 1, 2011Nat-news

After that distasteful previous update, let’s enjoy the more positive side to Natalie’s Dior involvement, another gorgeous photo courtesy of The Stylist Site.

UPDATE – I’ve added a ton of new photos from the print ad photoshoot, outtakes (including some behind-the-scenes candids from the making-of the commercial), and some stills from the commercial. ~ Rachel

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  • natpfan1 says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  • aurore2704 says:

    I could see new picture of the after-party of the academy award on wireimage , Will you put in the gallery ?

  • lattecritics says:

    Isn’t it a just a “little” hypocritical to say that you are not associated with Galliano. However you are still in the Cherie Campaign? It’s all about the money anyway. They paid you, and no matter what you say, you have to kiss some Dior a**.
    Huge disappointment.
    Releasing a statement was sure a good thing, because you needed to cover up for the fact that you are paid by Dior.

  • dazza says:

    Are you forgetting that Dior have kicked Galliano to the curb, and did so long before the media storm kicked into gear. Getting angry at Dior would be pointless. Actually, it would make it seem like she was supporting Galliano by doing so.

    If they bring his ass back into the fold and Natalie stays with them, then you can start throwing eggs. With the release of the statement it seems to me that she’s making it clear to Dior where she stands.

  • aalias says:

    Beautiful… very very beautiful! :))

  • DavidK says:

    Another wonderful picture.

  • omgzrachel says:

    lattecritics, is Galliano even associated with Dior fragrances aside from just working in the same fashion house?

  • dazza says:

    Rach, those pics were too good to bury in an update. Feel free to bring out the fireworks.

  • omgzrachel says:

    I didn’t anticipate. 🙁 Now or later?

  • dazza says:

    Whenever is best for you. Would just hate for them to be overlooked.