Despite her difficulties donning Dior Couture - she experienced one wardrobe malfunction at The 2013 SAG awards (photo below) and her pink Dior Couture gown caused her to trip ascending the stairs to collect her Best Actress Oscar at last week's Academy Awards - Jennifer Lawrence is the new face of Miss Dior's Spring handbag line and was photographed by Belgian photographer Willy Vanderperre for the new ad campaign (images shown further down in the post).
above: Not one, but two, Dior dress debacles for Jennifer Lawrence as she goes to the stage to receive her honors at the SAG Awards and The Oscars, respectively.
In the new stunning color and black and white photos the 22 year old actress wears pieces from Dior's Spring 2013 ready-to-wear collection including a white tuxedo dress, a black trouser suit, a netted veil and the key styles from the Miss Dior handbag line.
Jennifer told WWD: 'It's such a dream to represent an iconic brand that is synonymous with high fashion. It's impossible to be in the industry without getting even the slightest introduction to fashion.'
Ever since the actress was named as the new face of the handbag line, replacing actress Mila Kunis, she has hit the red carpet during the 2013 awards season in a string of stunning Dior gowns and dresses:
above: Jennifer Lawrence wearing seven different Dior gowns or dresses to award shows and premieres
Dresses include the troublesome midnight blue dress that she wore to the SAG Awards in January, the embellished blush pink gown that she chose for the BAFTAs last month and, most recently, the pale pink and white Fairytale-like strapless gown she donned to collect her Best Actress Oscar.
And if you are not aware of the hilarious viral Dior Ad spoof by i-nsan, take a look:
A look at the making of the Miss Dior handbag campaign:
additional info courtesy of Marie Claire
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