Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 2 December 2015

J-Law shines in silk

Published 12/11/2013

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence looked older than her years in a Christian Dior Couture dress for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiere in London.

The American actress arrived at London's Leicester Square wearing a Christian Dior Couture dress from the label's fall 13 collection. While the ivory piece looked modest from the front with a high neck and partially covered in sequins the open back gave it a more dramatic feel.

Along with this she wore Kurt Geiger London Collection shoes and jewellery pieces by EF Collection and Sydney Evan.

To add to the look Jennifer, 23, slicked her new pixie crop back and opted for smoky eyes with nude lips.

While walking the red carpet she took the time to share her feelings on her onscreen alter ego.

"It's really exciting, we don't see a lot of females in positions like this hero part that Katniss [Everdeen] is," she smiled to MailOnline.

Also in attendance from the cast was Elizabeth Banks. The blonde actress turned heads in a yellow strapless gown from Jason Wu resort 2014 which had two small cut-out panels on her midriff.

Her co-star Willow Shield continued the yellow trend in an Emilia Wickstead spring 14 dress, which she accessorised with pink Aperlai closed pumps and a Bijoux Heart necklace.

Clashing in a fiery red dress was Jena Malone. Her Monique Lhuillier fall 13 gown had a classic look to it, with fringe sleeves and a fishtail hem.

British pop star Ellie Goulding seemed to be the only female celebrity who opted for a darker number. She continued her spell of risqué dresses by wearing a floor-length gown with sheer side panels. Her Jimmy Choo shoes fitted perfectly alongside the dress with their lace and suede finish.

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