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Jennifer Lawrence is stunning in new Dior campaign images

Published 02/09/2016

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

The Oscar winner looks fierce and sultry in Patrick Demarchelier's stylish new photos.

Jennifer Lawrence is officially a Dior girl again after stunning shots of her new campaign for the fashion brand were released on Friday (02Sep16).

The Hunger Games star is all about the haute couture in the elegant new Diorever and Diorama images, which feature the 26-year-old actress clutching the brand's new must-have handbags.

Top photographer Patrick Demarchelier captured a sultry and fresh-faced Jennifer, wearing little makeup and staring fiercely into his camera, for the campaign.

The Oscar winner has worked with Dior before - she was the face of the fashion house's spring-summer 2016 campaign, and she's also a fan of the company's designs, wearing Dior dresses at this year's (16) Oscars, Golden Globes, and Met Gala.

Jennifer also stunned in Dior at the 2014 Golden Globes, as well as a number of movie premieres, including the X-Men: Apocalypse fan screening in London, where she wore a silver couture gown and famously tripped on the blue carpet.

The clumsy star appeared to struggle in the figure-hugging, floor-length dress as she stumbled right in front of the waiting paparazzi towards the end of the carpet.

Speaking to Harpers Bazaar about the sleeveless red gown she wore to this year's Golden Globes, Jennifer revealed the Dior outfit was actually her "plan-B dress", adding, "Plan A was a dress that I couldn't wear because awards season is synced with my menstrual cycle, and it has been for years.

"(The dress I chose) was loose at the front, and I didn't have to worry about sucking anything in. The other dress was really tight, and I'm not going to suck in my uterus. I don't have to do that."

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