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Jennifer Lawrence flawless for Dior

Published 22/02/2013

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 looks beautifully poised in her new Miss Dior images.

The actress is best known for portraying action heroine Katniss in The Hunger Games and troubled character Tiffany in Silver Linings Playbook.

However, the pretty brunette shows a completely different side in her pictures for luxury fashion house Christian Dior.

One black-and-white headshot shows Jennifer with an elegant choker necklace, encrusted with jewels.

The star looks virtually make-up free, bar a lashing of mascara and her hair is elegantly side-parted and swept back.

Another snap shows the 22-year-old holding a coveted Miss Dior handbag in nude, complete with silver clasp and chain handle.

The look is classic, with the Oscar-nominated actress sporting a simple black dress and no jewellery.

A slick of red lipstick and chiselled cheekbones complete the Hollywood-siren look.

Further pictures show Jennifer holding a blue version of the handbag and wearing a gorgeous fascinator in her hair.

The star has stunned on the red carpet during the awards season and picked a Christian Dior Haute Couture gown for her appearance at the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards.

With the Oscars coming up on Sunday, Jennifer hasn’t yet revealed which label she plans to wear.

However, she does know she will be opting for something impressive.

“Last [year] was comfort. This year I’m like, ‘Suck it up. Wear a corset,’” she laughed recently.

“I’m going to go for fashion this time.”

Jennifer is nominated the best actress gong at the Academy Awards thanks to her turn in Silver Linings Playbook.

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