Dior have stuck to a winning formula with their new advertising campaign by getting stunning actress Natalie Portman to pose naked.
The Oscar-winner de-robed for the photo shoot with photographer Mario Sorrenti to promote the brand's new Diorskin Nude range.
In one picture, she is draped topless over a chaise lounge pulling her hair off her face. In another close-up shot, she faces the camera with her arms and hair covering her chest to protect her modesty.
Smouldering: Natalie Portman poses nude to promote Dior's new foundation
Dior promise their foundation, which will be on sale nationwide from 14 September, will give wearers a natural, radiant glow.
As well as the foundations, priced at £31, lip and nail shades in a nude palette are also available. Natalie wears one of the Rouge Dior Nude shades in the adverts.
Dior said the lipsticks, which cost £25, are innovative because they don't colour lips but 'blush' them for a more natural look.
This isn't the first time Natalie has posed topless in her role as the face of Dior beauty. Last year wore just a black headband to promote the brand's fragrance Miss Dior Cherie.
After seeing these latest pictures, millions of her fans will be disappointed to hear that she is now officially off the market.
The Black Swan actress married Benjamin Millepied, the father of her son Aleph, in an intimate ceremony in Big Sur, California on Saturday.
Newly weds: The actress and Benjamin Millepied tied the knot in a traditional Jewish ceremony at the weekend
The DiorSkin Nude foundation costs £31
Natalie, who was born in Jerusalem, had a traditional Jewish ceremony. The couple met in 2010 on the set of Black Swan.
Natalie has always been a proud ambassador of the French fashion house wearing a vintage Dior dress to this year's Oscar ceremony.
However, she was keen to distance herself from their once creative director John Galliano when a video leaked of him making anti-Semitic comments.
In a statement released at the time she said: 'I am deeply shocked and disgusted by the video of John Galliano's comments.
'In light of this video, and as an individual who is proud to be Jewish, I will not be associated with Mr Galliano in any way.
'I hope at the very least, these terrible comments remind us to reflect and act upon combating these still-existing prejudices that are the opposite of all that is beautiful.'
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