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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - Laura Mulleavy
If you were going to buy a silk charmeuse designer gown for thousands and thousands of dollars, would you want it to be emblazoned with the image of Luke Skywalker, C-3PO or Yoda?
While Natalie Portman is celebrating her best actress nomination at the Academy Awards, the tutus she wore in "Black Swan" will be spinning endlessly just down the street.
Film critics are abuzz over actress Natalie Portman's work in the new big-screen "Black Swan," but fashionistas are flipping over something else: the film's forward-thinking ballet costumes by Rodarte, the insider-favorite label by sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy.
"I thought it was amazing ... I'm happy for Kate and Laura," she said.