LAST UPDATED: 4th February 2015 3:30pm

All is revealed! Natalie Portman plays a runaway bride in the new Miss Dior short film.

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After walking down the aisle, Natalie's Miss Dior says "I am sorry Dad," before turning and sprinting back down the aisle!

She flees the scene, tearing off her white dress to reveal an LBD as Janis Joplin's 'Piece Of My Heart' plays. In the closing scene, Miss Dior is whisked away in a helicopter by her handsome mystery man.

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Although Natalie looked fabulous in her various Miss Dior guises, the hand-crafted wedding dress stole the show. Hundreds of hand-cut flowers were carefully dyed various subtle shades of pink and white before being arranged in an ombré effect. According to People, it took Dior's master tailors over 600 hours to create - now that's a dress! SH

LAST UPDATED: 27th January 2015 4:30pm

The plot thickens! Something has happened in the tale of the upcoming Miss Dior wedding, but what?

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Bemused and puzzled faces look at the camera not knowing what to do next in the latest video teaser released by the French beauty brand. (See the save-the-date below, too.)

A mysterious bouquet... Lost, abandoned or cast aside by a broken heart? SR

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LAST UPDATED: 27th January 2015 4:30pm

Something exciting this way comes… 

'Christian Dior has the honour of inviting you to the wedding of his only daughter: Miss Dior' reads the save-the-date from the famous fashion house. 

Undoubtedly one of the most stylish weddings of all time, non?

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Luckily, we're all invited. Subscribe to the Dior YouTube channel to attend the big day on February 4th. 

A typically Coppola mini-film previews what we imagine - nay, hope - will be a fabulous celebration, starring Natalie Portman and the most gorgeous couture gown of all. Our money is on this being a new scent; a fragrance fitting of an iconic moment.

All will be revealed on February 4th! SR

BRIDAL BEAUTY ICONS: FROM AUDREY HEPBURN TO KATE MOSS