Effie’s style may get less glam throughout the movies, but the opposite seems to be happening for her offscreen alter ego. Elizabeth continues to one-up herself, progressing from a cute Atelier Versace mini in 2012 to a bold citron Jason Wu confection in 2013 to her most epic look yet: an Elie Saab design (worn to the Mockingjay Part 1 world premiere) that needs to be seen from all angles.
The world was a very different place in 2012. was pre-pixie and didn’t wear Dior to every single event. Like the memorable time she stunned in a gold lamé Prabal Gurung gown, featuring waist cutouts, for the L.A. premiere of the first film. When Catching Fire hit in 2013, she cut her hair, and totally Katniss-ed out in this briefs-under-a-sheer-dress Dior Haute Couture creation. Now, she’s all haute couture, all the time.
First, let’s take a moment of silence to remember Liam’s amazing matching couple moment with then-love at the L.A. debut of the Hunger Games. (We’ll get through this together.) But losing his boo hasn’t held him back: He continues to sizzle solo, experimenting with bold prints, fun colors and learning the perfect placement for his tie bar along the way.
If you are a Peeta fan, you’ve already noticed that the actor has learned a lot about suits and tailoring since his early days on the carpet. (As well as the importance of a good haircut.) As compared to his most recent charcoal design, the actor’s brown ensemble may as well have come from 1973 (rather than 2012).
Yes, she’s always had amazing hair. (Prim’s braids will never go out of style!) But the young actress – who was only 12 when the franchise started – should also be on your style “ones to watch” list: She’s not afraid to go big on the red carpet in looks like a floral Katie Ermilio gown and a green jacquard Christian Siriano design.
We definitely have a fictional crush on Finnick, but we’re not sure if we have the same love for the actor’s unique take on menswear. He never seems to go for a classic suit, usually opting for colorful double-breasted jackets and loose-fitting pants.
The actress’s second Hunger Games promo tour is a lot less, well, naked than her first. Just look at the crazy-sheer Nicholas Oakwell Couture gown she wore to the Catching Fire L.A. premiere compared to the fiery Old Hollywood-inspired Emanuel Ungaro design she selected for Mockingjay Part 1’s Hollywood debut.