The stars of the dark thriller 'Black Swan' brought haute couture style to the NY premiere of the movie which was held at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City, NY on November 30, 2010. christian louboutin outlet The film, directed by Darren Aronofsky tells the tale of rivalry and the complicated relationship between two ballerinas during their involvement in a production of Swan Lake. The film is set for a limited release to the public on December 3, 2010.
Natalie Portman who stars as one of the main characters, the 'good' ballerina Nina, was the chic embodiment of a 'black swan' in an off the shoulder Christian Dior gown with floor length full skirt. christian louboutin outlet onlineThe frock was originally a much lighter colour on the runway but Ms. Portman's choice of the dress in black seems to give it a slightly more sombre feel, accentuated by her crimson lips and loose locks. Ms. Portman completed her look with Dior Jewellery and quirky Olympia Le Tan 'Lolita' box clutch.
On the other end of the colour spectrum, Mila Kunis, who portrays Lily, Nina's not so nice ballet rival, was in top form in a nude, micro pleated Elie Saab gown with plunging neckline and cap sleeve from the Spring 2011 collection. She paired it with stunning Christian Louboutin 'Maggie' pumps and jewellery by Fred Leighton. Definitely a fabulous look for Ms. Kunis!
Taking up the recent surge of chic androgyny on the red carpet, coach outlet the always unconventional Winona Ryder went monochromatic with a black Givenchy suit by Riccardo Tisci that she teamed with a satin Lanvin clutch and Stephen Russell jewellery.
Barbara Hershey, the lone star in the film who chose a shorter hemline, walked the red carpet in a Naeem Khan cocktail dress with beaded embellishment bordering the neckline and cuffs. She paired her look with a black satin clutch and black platform pumps.
One of the more breathtaking looks at the premiere, Ksenia Solo wowed the crowds in a gorgeous draped one shouldered Romona Keveza gown of red silk chiffon that was truly a vision.