Benjamin Millepied Natalie Portman

February 29, 2012 by · Comments Off on Benjamin Millepied Natalie Portman 

Benjamin Millepied Natalie Portman, Natalie Portman has got married, her ring-designer has confirmed. Jeweler Jamie Wolf confirmed the actress and choreographer Benjamin Millepied – who met on the set of ‘Black Swan’ in 2009 – have tied the knot after speculation increased when they were spotted wearing rings at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

Jamie – a dancer friend of Benjamin’s – told Us Weekly magazine: ”I designed the rings worn by Benjamin Millepied and Natalie Portman. They were made with recycled platinum and conflict-free diamonds.”

Details about when the couple – who have an eight-month-old son Aleph – tied the knot are yet to have been revealed.

Jamie also designed the 30-year-old actress’ engagement ring – an antique diamond surrounded by conflict-free stones and made of recycled platinum – and previously revealed the 34-year-old actor was determined to ensure he got ”everything right” about the band.

Isabella Boylston

December 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on Isabella Boylston 

Isabella Boylston, Benjamin Millepied has become so obsessed with Natalie Portman on the set of “Black Swan” has paid less attention to other dancers on stage, a source told Page Six. “They would make their plans and do not know the choreography, because he was so involved with helping” Natalie, Natalie, Natalie, “all the time,” an insider tells the magazine. “There was lots of drama.” The source Millepied also suggested, which is the New York City Ballet principal dancer, dumped his girlfriend Isabella Boylston dancer for Portman to social-climb. “Maybe they have an excellent relationship … But knowing Benjamin, I do not think it’s like that, “the source told Page Six.

The question is: what will be the fad’s Black Swan? Expect to see lots of feathers, corsets, crystals, ballet slippers, and coal black eyes, which give rise to a nouveau-chic-Ballarin. Also, almost everyone can pull this look off … Just spare us the diadems, please!

Aronofsky, director of the film, and Amy Westcott, costume designer, wanted to restart the imaging classic “Swan Lake” in search of a contemporary design with a touch darker (almost gothic) to stay in line with themes of the film. Therefore, the marriage of the film with Rodarte who designs clothes more incisive. “We have devised a mechanical bird – his chest is still padded like a bird,” says Laura Mulleavy Fashion Week News, speaking of the costume for a character that has difficulty with velvet overlay embroidered flowers. “It looks like a spider web has taken upon him