Natalie Portman for Vogue US January 2011 by Peter Lindbergh

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published December 19, 2010

Black Swan star, Natalie Portman, appears in the January issue of Vogue US for a stunning shoot lensed by Peter Lindbergh. Outfitted by Tonne Goodman, the actress dons sweeping gowns for one ethereal story entitled, Spreading Her Wings.





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28 thoughts on “Natalie Portman for Vogue US January 2011 by Peter Lindbergh”

  1. i love Natalie, but none of these photos except the one selected as the header would be remarkable without the editing. especially the second–wtf?

  2. 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 ascendancy of pro-Israeli bloodlust, the stench of the association with Dershowitz, etc).

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