Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence looks spectacular in the new Miss Dior campaign for spring 2013. See the latest ads from the campaign.
A while back, we've announced that Dior tapped Jennifer
Lawrence as its new brand ambassador. With no sneak peek photos
released by the label beforehand, fashionistas everywhere anxiously
awaited for the new Miss Dior spring 2013 campaign to be published
and that moment finally came. The campaign was shot by Willy
Vanderperre and show the Hunger Gamer actress' glamorous side. The
star's talent has already been recognized and rewarded and the new
Miss Dior spring 2013 campaign shows her amazing potential
when it comes to fashion campaigns as well.
The award winning star channeled a ladylike sophisticated allure in the shots which made the new season offerings feel ultra sophisticated against the minimalistic backdrop. The less is more style philosophy shines in the new Miss Dior spring 2013 campaign which reminds of the old Hollywood glamor in some respects and focuses on modern touches for a fresh new perspective. Jennifer Lawrence's stunning look was ensured by Olivier Rizzo.
The star's seductive yet uber classy makeup was done by Aaron de Mey, while the star's perfect hairdo was created by Anthony Turner.
The new Miss Dior spring 2013 campaign is a clear proof of the style direction that can always be adopted with spectacular results. Opting for classiness is a strategy that pays dividends time and time again and accessories are an extremely important detail regardless of the season. Those who crave opulent alternatives with a fab modern vibe will definitely find the options presented in the new campaign a worthwhile source of inspiration.
The Miss Dior spring 2013 campaign will break out in fashion magazines at the end of the month, followed by a greater exposure from April on. It seems like Jennifer Lawrence, who replaced Mila Kunis was the perfect choice for reflecting the label's hottest spring 2013 offerings. We definitely hope we'll be seeing more of the actress in more than one campaign from the label.
Photo courtesy of Dior