The curly updo and smokey eyes Portman sported at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival would be expertly paired with Rodarte's stunning Spring 2011 gilded dress for the impending Oscars. Photo: Francois Durand, Getty Images | ImaxTree

Dear Natalie Portman,

You already had us with your debut role as a cigarette-puffing pre-teen in The Professional, and now with your ridiculous display of talent in the awards-season favorite film Black Swan, we're rooting for you more than ever.

In fact, unless Nicole Kidman gets in the way with her critic-bait performance in "Rabbit Hole", we're predicitng a sweep.

A level-headed and Harvard degree-toting actress that balances both brains and beauty (we'll never forget your words: "I'd rather be smart than be a movie star"), we believe you deserve everything that's coming to you of late--the numerous nominations and wins, the Dior Parfums contract, the hot ballerina fiance, and the genetically superior baby that's on the way.

Portman could combined one of the sleek updo's she favors with an unexpected ballgown from the latest Dior Couture collection. Photo: George Pimentel, WireImage | ImaxTree


And let's not forget your red carpet wardrobe that's inspired us over the past 10 years thanks to its surprising collection of jaw-dropping ensembles by Rodarte, Lanvin, Dior, Proenza Schouler, Jason Wu, Miu Miu, Chanel, Givenchy, and a handful of other well-chosen design houses.

We're sure you won't disappoint when it comes to this year's big night at the Oscars, where we can see you sticking to the blazing red hue that you so expertly donned at the Venice Film Festival (in the form of sparkly Rodarte), but this time opting for Alber Elbaz's flowing one-shoulder creation for Lanvin's Spring 2011 line.

Portman could also don the blazing red hue that suits her so well in the form of this Spring 2011 Lanvin dress paired with gently tousled locks and matching crimson lips. Photo: Jim Spellman, WireImage | ImaxTree


Or perhaps in homage of your recent deal with Dior, you'll switching up your steady stream of flowing frocks and column dresses and wear one of John Galliano's over-the-top ballgowns for Dior Couture.

What would really please us, however, is you pulling out all the stops with Rodarte's gold show-stopping frock which not only features the asymmetrical neckline you favor, but will also disguise your baby bump quite nicely.

After all, it will perfectly match that sparkly statue you'll be holding at the end of the night, no?

Love,

StyleList