After becoming the face of Miss Dior in October 2012, Jennifer Lawrence has only worn the French fashion house’s creations on the red carpet. In January 2014, Dior and the young actress are negotiating a three-year contract that might be worth up to $20 million. Why is the House of Dior so keen on keeping Jennifer Lawrence happy? Check out some of the most iconic looks she presented for them on the red carpet and see for yourself.
From stunning gowns to more edgy looks, Jennifer Lawrence has managed to promote the Dior brand worldwide. The “Hunger Games” star usually lands on the best dressed list thanks to her team of stylists and the help of the French fashion house. Here are the most iconic Jennifer Lawrence Dior looks that show a lot of promise for what’s still to come out of their collaboration.
2014 Golden Globe Awards
“I’m wearing Dior. I wanted to surprise, do a shocker,” Jennifer Lawrence jokes on the red carpet at the 2013 Golden Globes. Despite being a simple creation, her white gown with black detailing quickly become controversial amongst stylists, many calling it a “miss”. Its social media impact was certainly a hit as Jennifer Lawrence making faces in the Dior dress quickly turned into a meme.
The Met Gala Debut of “Punk: Chaos to Couture”
Adding punk sensibilities to haute couture can rarely go wrong and Jennifer Lawrence was stunning at the 2013 Met Gala in her black Dior dress. The perfect accessory was the net veil she also wore in promotional campaigns for the French designer label.
2013 Academy Awards
In stunning cream, Jennifer Lawrence’s flowing gown was a great choice for last year’s Oscar ceremony and it also brought her good luck. Accessorized with a small metallic clutch and a glamorous hairstyle inspired by golden age Hollywood, Jennifer took the stage to claim her first Academy Awards for Best Actress in “Silver Linings Playbook”.
2014 SAG Awards
Opting for a more sexy silhouette, the 25 year old actress took home both high praise from the fashion police and an award for being a part of an Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for “American Hustle”.
Toronto Film Festival
One of the more colorful looks chosen by the Dior stylists for Jennifer Lawrence, the printed gown she wore at the “Silver Linings Playbook” premiere at TIFF might be a winner on its own, but it was perfectly accessorized with black pumps and a sleek hairstyle. It was one of the few Dior dresses to feature prints that Jennifer has worn during her collaboration with Dior.
2013 Rome Film Festival
Attending the premiere of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” in Rome was the perfect occasion for the young star to try out a more muted look, but she managed to pull it off beautifully and walked the red carpet in a stunning cream gown, with her hair pulled back and golden pumps.
2013 Cannes Film Festival
In a black and white Christian Dior Fall 2013 dress, Jennifer made headlines with her flawless look at the “Jimmy P: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian” premiere. She accessorized the sophisticated Dior creation with Chopard jewelry and a Charlotte Olympia clutch. The finishing touch of her look was the fuchsia lip color.
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Germany Premiere
The young actress opted for a more casual look, but how casual can anyone look in Dior? At the Berlin premiere of her blockbuster movie, she wore a white coat dress with delicate black buttons, perfectly paired with nude strappy sandals.
2013 Independent Spirit Awards
One of her more daring look, the Dior dress Jennifer Lawrence wore at the Independent Spirit Awards shows a lot of skin without feeling less sophisticated. The metal collar and the cut top were perfectly toned down by the edgy lines of the skirt.
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” UK Premiere
Both colorful and simple, the Dior dress Lawrence wore at the London premiere of the latest installment in the Hunger Games saga made a huge impact on the red carpet. Combining bright embellishments in the front with a cut out back and gorgeous draping might be daring, but Jennifer pulled it off with plenty of style.