Natalie Portman might have more fun now that she's a blonde. The Oscar-winning actress dyed her signature brown locks a golden blonde hue for an upcoming movie role and showed off her new look this past weekend in Los Angeles.
The mega movie star hung out with fellow A-lister Robert Pattinson and her husband, Benjamin Millepied at the Van Cleef & Arpels Dinner for L.A. Dance Project. The new mom apparently laughed and chatter with the newly single Rob -- here's hoping the pair are teaming up for a new film!
Natalie looked elegant in a strapless white gown and wore her newly dyed hair down in soft curls. Is this one of Natalie's best style moments? Here are a few of her most noteworthy looks from the past.
2010 Premiere of "Black Swan"
Natalie stunned at the premiere of her critically acclaimed film, "Black Swan," in 2010 in a dark, mysterio us in an all black, off the shoulder dress that hugged her curves in all the right places. Natalie wore her hair down in loose, full curls and had flawless skin, wearing mostly natural nude colors with a dark, red lip.
Nominated for her role in "Black Swan," Natalie appeared at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards in an off the shoulder gorgeous royal purple gown accentuated with earrings from Tiffany's and Jimmy Choo shoes. We love this darker look on her. Is purple one of Natalie's best colors to wear?
2011 Golden Globes
Natalie sported a baby bump at the 2011 Golden Globes in a Viktor & Rolf light pink dress. During her acceptance speech for winning Best Actress for her role in "Black Swan" Natalie gave a shout out to her fiance. Natalie looked radiant on stage, making 2011 one of the best years for her personally, professionally, and style wise.
Natalie returned to the Academy Awards post-baby looking stunning in a red polka-dot dress only eight months after giving birth. The star looked ravishing in the bright color and wore a nice shade of red on her lips to match her dress. What will Natalie wear for the 2013 Oscars? We can't wait to see.
Note:This was written by a Yahoo! contributor. Join the Yahoo! Contributor Network here to start publishing your own articles.