Dior rocks on and off the catwalk with Jennifer Lawrence's striking outfit

by hellofashion.com /

Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence was striking as she sat attentively on the front row at the Christian Dior Haute Couture show during Paris Fashion Week.

The 22-year-old face of Miss Dior made sure she dressed appropriately for the event, in none other than a stunning outfit from the classic fashion house itself.



The Silver Linings Playbook beauty showed off her toned midriff in a cropped, delicate lace pink top that she paired with matching culotte-style trousers that looked like a long skirt on one side and trousers on the other. Both pieces were from the Dior Resort 2014 collection.

Jennifer, who was featured in a campaign for the top fashion brand in February, completed her unique outfit with classic black heels and cool sunglasses.

A host of A-listers – including Olivia Palermo and Anna Dello Russo – joined the crowds to watch Dior’s autumn/winter 2013 collection hit the runway.


New mum Tatiana Santo Domingo was also spotted on the front row. The fiancée of Monegasque royal Andrea Casiraghi looked gorgeous in a floor-length print dress with her beautiful brunette hair in natural waves.

The couple, who became parents for the first time in March when Tatiana gave birth to a baby boy, are clearly Dior aficionados – they stepped out for the first time after welcoming their child in May for the Dior Cruise show in Monaco.

The designs showcased by creative director Raf Simons – featuring bursts of colour, Masai beading and origami folding – are said to be inspired by the personal style of "women from different continents and cultures who wear couture" .

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