Natalie in Paris Match

By June 13, 2013Nat-news

 
Some brand new photos of Natalie modeling Dior couture are being featured in an issue of Paris Match this month. Hopefully we’ll get some larger scans soon. Thanks to anqxxx (via moon-light-world).

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  • jesslv74 says:

    LOVE the dresses! Isn’t the black one from Ben’s dance project? I hope we get to see some larger scans too! Looks like a very fun shoot!

  • Cédric42 says:

    she is gorgeous as always 🙂 I hate to see the rest of the shoot 🙂

    PS : is it possible that you stop calling Benjamin Millepieds Ben ? especially Natalie Nat no call, so if nobody Natalie called by his nickname that although no one would call Benjamin by his nickname. Thank you.

    • Dazza says:

      Looking at the main page the only person who called him Ben was Sanjiro, and Sanjiro’s posts don’t play by the rules!

  • Belerofonte says:

    amazingly beautiful!

  • jesslv74 says:

    I called him Ben up there in my comment. Not trying to be disrespectful or act as we if are so friendly that I can use nicknames, I just find it like an abbreviation…Ben and Nat (though I don’t think I call her Nat very much) are easier and quicker to type. You see it all the time like with Scarlett Johannson (ScarJo) or Jennifer Lawrence (JLaw), which I think are dorky ways to refer to celebs actually, nevertheless convenient. How do we know Natalie doesn’t call him Ben? Is that what you’re trying to say? That if she doesn’t call him Ben we shouldn’t because it’s informal? Or that we shouldn’t call her Nat either for the same reason (informality)?

    • Desty says:

      Please call Scarlett Johannson as Scarl because she doesn’t like to be called ScarJo.And also,for me J.Law=Jude Law.

  • natness says:

    I just CANNOT wait for the high res versions 🙂

  • jesslv74 says:

    I don’t do nicknames honestly…I just use a person’s full first name. But that is neither here nor there is it, totally not on topic. Sorry that I propagated that discussion…

    Yes, the hi-res versions should be beautiful!

  • Cédric42 says:

    jesslv74 neither you nor anyone has ever said Nat instead of Natalie, while Benjamin I am one of the few people here if this is the only one not to call him Ben. There’s the mania for fans to give nicknames to the stars they admire some familiarity that I find personally moving.

    • omgzrachel says:

      tbf, I have seen plenty of people in this community (myself included) shorten her name out of convenience, too.

  • jesslv74 says:

    Ah, okay Cedric42, I understand what you meant now. I think that it’s generated quite a bit media who often report stories using silly shortened nicknames for convenience and to be “cute” (the worst to me is combining couples names, like Brangelina), also that often we humans like to take shortcuts (for example, Ben in easier to type than Benjamin…or for a name like Samantha, it’s easier to type Sam), and I wouldn’t be surprised if Twitter has lead to many people shortening up names b/c of the restrictive 140 character rule and then making it a habit. I wouldn’t be surprised if there are people who like to use with celebrities nicknames because it makes them feel like they do have familiarity with them.