Check out Jennifer Lawrence's outstanding Dior moments

Jennifer Lawrence’s Most Memorable Dior Ensembles

The actress, who shot to popularity after playing Katniss Everdeen in ‘The Hunger Games,’ has never failed to impress us with her impeccable sense of style. IWMBUZZ compiles a lookbook from Instagram to showcase her ever-evolving style and unwavering devotion to Dior.

Lawrence, who is expecting her first child, made a dazzling comeback on the red carpet with her eye-catching ensemble. She has first hands-on new season clothes as a Dior ambassador, a post she has held since 2012. The Maria Grazia Chiuri spring 2022 collection’s long embroidered gown draped wonderfully over her tummy, and the Tiffany “Flame” earrings were nostalgic of her Hunger Games moments as Katniss Everdeen.

Jennifer showed that she still loves to make a dramatic entrance during a picture session for her new flick Passengers. Her Christian Dior cashmere-and-Lurex pullover emanated star power in no clear terms, with its L’Etoile writing and motif; combined with a tulle skirt, the total impact was undoubtedly princess-worthy.

Lawrence has always had a lighthearted attitude to her own style, never afraid to try on the season’s hottest trends, whether it’s logomania, boudoir clothing, or Angelina Jolie-like slit dresses. Last night’s look was definitely more fanciful, but it didn’t lose any of the informal charms that render Lawrence so appealing; after all, that beautiful moment was all condensed down to a warm sweater and skirt.

J.Law appeared next to Pratt in a Dior gown with a floor-length tulle skirt and a corset bodice with a quirky teeny red embellished heart. Her decision to wear Dior was unsurprising, given her lengthy association with the fashion company. Lawrence’s choker, thick black eyeliner, and twisting up-do were all quite nineties in their design, but what was more surprising was her dark red lip, which complemented the heart, and the fact that her whole makeup, hairstyle, and jewelry skewed quite nineties in her style.

Jennifer donned a white princess dress comparable to a typical wedding gown to the New York screening of a film. A lovely draping, wrap-around upper half with a slim silhouette gave the design an ethereal Grecian impression. Pieces of fragile tulle were used to create the expansive skirt, giving it a feminine appearance. With a modest criss-cross design, the low behind was similarly lovely. Her hair was gently wrapped back in a beautiful up-do with flowers placed in the back. Her face was framed by a few wavy tendrils.