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Jennifer Lawrence wows in white

Published 14/12/2015

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence braved plunging temperatures in New York on Sunday evening (13Dec15), in a backless white floor-length gown for her latest movie premiere.

Actress Jennifer Lawrence looked angelic in white at the premiere of her latest movie Joy on Sunday evening (13Dec15).

The 25-year-old star braved plummeting temperatures in New York to grace the red carpet in the revealing figure-hugging floor-length gown with spaghetti straps and a short train. Jennifer’s fantastic figure was shown off to full effect in this outfit, which was backless and boasted a plunging neckline.

Keeping the rest of her look simple, Jennifer wore her blunt blonde bob hairstyle in a side parting and in loose waves. Her make-up was minimal, just a slick of nude gloss and eyeliner on her lower and upper lids. To finish off the look, she added some colour to proceedings with her choice of jewellery – opting for a pair of red earrings and a turquoise ring.

The Oscar-winning actress recently joked that she wanted to wear the same outfit as her close friend Amy Schumer to the Golden Globe Awards next year (16). Jennifer and comic star Amy have both been nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy at the annual ceremony, for their roles in the films Joy and Trainwreck respectively. Since they have so much in common, Jennifer has suggested they should walk the red carpet in matching gowns.

"We're going to try to figure out to wear the exact same thing," Jennifer told E! News. "That's my mission. I really want us to wear the same thing."

While Jennifer is happy to share the style limelight with her Hollywood friend, she does have one condition about their appearance. She insists she will be choosing which designer the ladies are dressed by.

“She's going to have to wear Dior," Jennifer said about Amy's outfit. "I'm just going to have to have Dior make two of whatever they're making for me."

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