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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    An amazing finale to Jennifer Lawrence's award season red carpet looks. No surprise she's wearing a Dior Haute Couture gown (she's the new face for Dior) that looks like the most delicate and delicious vanilla buttercream cupcake. I want to build a fort under that thing and never leave. Absolutely stunning.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    Jennifer Lawrence looked shiny and glittery in this 20's style Valentino dress at the People's Choice Awards Jan. 9. This baggy shape is not easy to pull off and the dress could've maybe, possibly, slightly looked like a glittered garbage bag, but the silver neckline saved it. Or, the 'silver lining' saved it.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    The cutout neckline and belt on this Prabal Gurung black dress are stunning and look amazing on her body at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards at on January 10, 2013.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    The yellow and gold rococo pattern Valentino dress was beautiful, and with her hair up in a braided headband we were in love. Nice work for the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards on January 12, 2013.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    This Dior Couture dress was made for her. Everything about the fit of this dress is perfect. It's no wonder Lawrence is devoted to her Dior designs on the red carpet, like this one at the Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 13.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    Firstly, top knots are never a bad thing. Secondly, with that silver neck there's no other way to go. She looked awesome in this sexy Lanvin dress at the Film Independent Spirit Awards on Feb. 23.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    Jennifer Lawrence is one of the few actresses who understands how to dress her body and has looked fantastic at every consecutive event this award season. Here she is at the Vanity Fair, Barneys New York, and the Weinstein Company's celebration of 'Silver Linings Playbook' in support of Glenholme School on February 20, 2013.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    At the BAFTA Film Awards on Feb. 10, 2013 Lawrence chose this stunning pink Dior Haute Couture gown. Our favorite part? The black blazer coat she kept on in the cold London rain.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    Several fashion bloggers deemed this dress "unsuitable" for the Academy Awards nominees luncheon on Feb. 4, for being too informal. We thought this Chloé dress was feminine, classic, and simple. It was perfect for the occasion.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    Nude Jennifer Lawrence is fantastic! We're talking about her Valentino nude dress of course. Paired with Brian Atwood nude pumps, a pale rose lip and her hair that looks like she just got back from the beach, even though it probably took a few hours. At the Hollywood Reporter nominees' night on Feb. 4, 2013.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    Pantsuits are quite the obstacle to pull off, so we give Jennifer Lawrence bonus points for looking this good in her Stella McCartney suit at the 28th Santa Barbara Film Festival on Feb. 2, 2013 in Santa Barbara, California.
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  • Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet Looks This Award Season

    In Dior once again at the 19th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 27th, 2013. Christian Dior creative director Raf Simmons should be thanking Jennifer for wearing these gowns so well.
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