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Designers battle to dress Jennifer Lawrence

Published 22/01/2013

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence
Josh Hutcherson, Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth arrive at the world premiere of The Hunger Games in LA (AP)
Jennifer Lawrence plays Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence is apparently the celebrity designers are most eager to dress.

The 22-year-old actress has enjoyed huge success with Silver Linings Playbook, scooping a best actress Golden Globe Award earlier this month.

The star is also nominated for an Oscar and with the prestigious ceremony fast approaching, fashion moguls are keen to use her as the best advert for their designs.

"Jennifer's in demand on screen and off it - everyone wants a piece of her," a source told RadarOnline.

"Both Jennifer and her stylist have been flooded with offers from designers to wear their clothing and jewellery for the Oscars."

For the Golden Globes, Jennifer wore a gorgeous red Christian Dior gown, accessorised with a belt and impressive Chopard chandelier earrings.

The Hunger Games star was apparently rewarded generously for sporting the luxury jewellery brand and could look forward to even better offers for the Academy Awards.

"At the moment they're just reviewing what's on offer, but some of the jewellery designers are offering a lot of money for Jennifer to wear their expensive necklaces and earrings," the insider continued.

"She was paid around $100,000 to wear Chopard diamond earrings at the Golden Globes. However, she can expect to receive a lot more at the Oscars given that the event is covered more extensively around the world."

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