Jennifer Lawrence and Michelle Williams wear Dior on the red carpet
Jennifer Lawrence is no stranger to Dior and has marked many special occasions wearing couture from the French fashion house. Her streak continued last weekend when she showed up to the 13th Annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles wearing a dress from the Spring/Summer 2023 runway. Dressed by Kate Young, she wore a dress embroidered black tulle adorned with Pandora jewels.
The hunger games alum was accompanied by an impressive guest list that included fellow actresses Margot Robbie in Bottega Veneta and Michelle Williams who also wore Dior. The greatest showman The actress was simply radiant in a Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2022 red silk chiffon dress embroidered with vegetable branches in beige thread and braid braid, inlays of guipure patterns associated with Tiffany & Co.
The lavish affair was held at the Fairmont Century Plaza by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ahead of the Oscars in March. The annual event showcases outstanding talent in film with this year’s winners including directors Euzhan Palcy and Peter Weir, and Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award recipient Michael J. Fox.
Lawrence’s appearance comes off the back of his new movie Pavement where the 32-year-old served as the lead actress and producer in the drama film. 2022 marks a decade since Lawrence was named the House’s Ambassador in Fashion and Beauty. In 2018, she was named the face (or nose) of the brand first fragrance campaign since 1999.
New from Dior across fashion this season includes the House’s exclusive ABCDior personalization now available for J’Adior pumps as well as the output of Dior Empreinte ankle boots created for the Dior Cruise 2023 collection and inspired by equestrian attire. We can just imagine Lawrence trudging through the New York snow with these.
Just in time for the season of events and festive gifts, Dior Maison launches Cruise 2023a new dinnerware set designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri and inspired by the Dior Cruise 2023 show. Original floral motifs adorn dinner and dessert plates, platters, vases, as well as cups and bowls.