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Natalie Porman is Lanvin gown at the 2012 Golden GlobesNatalie Porman is Lanvin gown at the 2012 Golden Globes

Golden Globes 2012 Red Carpet – Natalie Portman in Lanvin

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After a year off to spend time with her new family, Natalie Portman made a stunning return to the red carpet last night in a hot pink gown designed by Lanvin.

While the oldest fashion house in the world isn’t known for being particularly eco-friendly, they have recently embraced some green collaborations; including a 2011 collection titled “Waste” that H&M created using Lavin fabric leftovers.

As for Portman, the 30-year-old Oscar winner made news a few weeks back after reports surfaced that she may be working on a feature-length documentary of Jonathan Safran Foer’s book “Eating Animals.”

Natalie Portman in Lanvin for the 2012 Golden Globes Awards

“She wants to make a very personal documentary,” the author explained in an interview with the French site Chap. “She contacted me, she told me that she loved the book. I know her now. I will help her eventually but it will be her vision. She’s only at the very beginning.”

You can see Portman introduce the Best Actor award during the Globes last night below.

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  • Natalie Portman’s dress had way too much fabric and was wrinkled. So much for the Black Swan perfection. Definitely one of my not best dressed http://bit.ly/AwkVA1

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