2010, Celebrity, Covers, Peter Lindbergh, Vogue US Dec 12, 2010 Vogue US January 2011 Cover | Natalie Portman by Peter Lindbergh Natalie Portman for Vogue US January 2011 by Peter Lindbergh (TFS) 2011coverjanuaryjanuary 2011natalie portmanPeter LindberghVogue US Share on: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Related Posts: Natalie Portman for Vogue US January 2011 by Peter Lindbergh Daria Werbowy by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US January 2011 Dazed & Confused January 2011 Cover | Anna Paquin by Terry Richardson Lily Donaldson for Harper’s Bazaar US January 2011 by Terry Richardson Vogue US August 2011 Cover | Sarah Jessica Parker by Mario Testino Previous articleEmily DiDonato by Liz Collins for Numéro #119 Next articlePortrait | Camila Schurt by Bruna Castanheira http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ Anita Siraki BORING http://whycantmybestfriendbeme.blogspot.com/ http://citygrrl.tumblr.com maddie It is boring but she is so talented I don’t even care. I just saw Black Swan…oh my god. She better win best actress at the Oscars. http://twitter.com/the_velvet_sun Irina that’s exactly what i thought. the cover might be boring, but who cares if it’s natalie ) anonymous Agreed 100%. http://twitter.com/thechicaddict Jessica Stensrud Can’t wait to see Black Swan. http://thechicaddict.blogspot.com flo well, it certainly makes any Harper’s Bazaar (even if photographed by a creep) cover take the lead when you see what US Vogue comes up with nearly every month. Jane is not boring, is perfection Anonymous She’s so stunning but this cover is just dreadful, no? kate her hand is so awkward. http://twitter.com/theotherfashion Marco The dress is really cute, ut her face and the pose is akward! Anonymous She looks BORED of out her mind. And so am I. Yet another FAILED cover for US Vogue. New Year didnt teach them anything. Priya Natalie is gorgeous and the film is a psychological thriller, why make her look so placid and BORED, they could have put more depth/charactor into the photo. Why does Vogue US get such accolades and wows when it is stale and sooooo old fashioned. And not in the Mad Men way. http://nudecency.tumblr.com New Decent The otherwise pointless elevation of Natalie Portman has coincided with, and will probably be remembered in association with, what is hopefully the nadir of Jewish American culture (the bloom of Jewish imperialism, the stench of the association with Dershowitz, etc).