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2012 Oscars Red Carpet – Natalie Portman in Vintage Christian Dior

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Livia Firth and Meryl Streep weren’t the only ones rocking sustainable creations at last night’s 84th Academy Awards. Actress Natalie Portman also arrived on the scene in a reused, vintage red 1954 Christian Dior gown covered in polka dots.

The actress, who took home the Best Actress Oscar last year for her performance in “Black Swan”, has been rumored to be working on a feature-length documentary of Jonathan Safran Foer’s book “Eating Animals.”

“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.”

Check out the dress below.

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