Jennifer Lawrence's Most Major Dior Moments
PARIS PREMIERE OF MOTHER!, 2017
The star wore a simple strapless ballgown with ombré braid details by Dior Haute Couture plus a delicate cross neclace and deep wine lips.
VENICE FILM FESTIVAL, 2017
The actress went darkly romantic in Dior Haute Couture and Tiffany & Co. jewelry for the premiere of Mother!.
She made fans anxiously stand by for a glimpse of her on the red carpet, but pretty much everyone agreed that this lined lace-and-tulle number (worn with Chopard diamonds) was worth the wait.
The star won the Oscar that year, but she deserved another award for managing to make her pale pink silk ballgown (worn with Chopard jewels strung down her back) look as elegant after a fall as it did standing up.
Also known as the time the star wore four Diors in one day – but our favorite was this simple black-and-white column with a ruffle at the waist, which was perfectly complemented by her red lip and emerald jewels at the Jimmy P premiere.
The star tends to shy away from sparkle, but this decadently embellished pale pink strapless dress makes us think she should bring a little bling back into her wardrobe rotation.
SAG AWARDS, 2014
See what we mean about sparkle? Her burgundy-and-navy gown, stitched with zillions of sequins, made her at once look incredibly hot and oh-so-cool.
MET GALA, 2013
The theme of that year was “Punk: Chaos to Couture,” so of course the star went with a ladylike floral-embroidered tea-length dress. Sure, it may not have made a ton of sense, but she looked darn good doing it.
'SERENA' LONDON PREMIERE, 2014
The star loves to borrow a coatdress from her employers, but none have been more sharply-tailored or eye-catching as the one she wore here.
GOLDEN GLOBES, 2016
Her gown sounded crazy on paper – wait, it's got obliques cutouts and a front flap? – but the simple cut, bold color and the 156 carats of Chopard jewels made Jennifer shine.
'MOCKINGJAY: PART ONE' L.A. PREMIERE, 2014
A drop-waist midi-dress with a ballooning skirt is not the easiest thing to wear, but the Girl on Fire hit the bullseye (sorry, mixing our Hunger Games metaphors, but you get the point).
N.Y.C. 'JOY' PREMIERE, 2015
Her pale yellow slip-inspired gown was sexy from all angles, but her glossy bob and jewels (Nigaam earrings and an EFFY Jewelry cocktail ring) kept the vibe polished.