Jennifer Lawrence has been snapped in a full-length see-through gown from the new Christian Dior's collection. Muse to the brand's Cruise 2018 campaign, the Hollywood beauty exuded charm and elegance in the "smoking hot" shots, which were shared via the official Instagram account.
In one of the pictures, Lawrence oozed sex appeal as she smouldered into the lenses while striking her best supermodel pose. The 27-year-old actress, who for quite some time been associated with the luxury French label, was decked in a white lace and sheer outfit for the shot.
"With varied inspirations united by a feminist spirit, Maria Grazia Chiuri designed an untamed yet delicate Cruise 2018 collection, here embodied by Jennifer Lawrence with a mid-length dress and turquoise-banded hat," read the description alongside the campaign shot.
Captured by famed photographer Stas Komarovski, Lawrence went on to evoke a California vibe in another shot, which saw the actress modelling a black number. The desert-inspired colours and look of her outfit were complemented by "canvas bracelets" and a pair of shades from the exclusive Dior line.
For her final look, the Oscar-winning star rocked a paisley-print jacket with a "focus on artisanal details and rich desert colours". A wide-brimmed hat and dark smokey eyes were, however, the defining elements of the overall get-up.
"The House muse Jennifer Lawrence captivates with her unflinching gaze, an embodiment of the untamed spirit of Cruise 2018 as designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri," a description for the look read. ⠀
While the Silver Linings Playbook actress has gradually evolved into a style icon, acting and being in front of the camera was not what Lawrence dreamt of as a child.
"I thought for a while maybe I could be an interior designer — that was the only job I knew about because my mom was friends with an interior designer," she told Oprah Winfrey during a recent sit-down
The Kentucky-born, in fact, became ambitious and career-driven only after she tasted success in the showbiz. "It's not something I knew about myself until I started becoming successful, and then I wanted to become more successful," she said.
"I'd make a great movie, and then I'd want to make more great movies; I'd make money, I'd want to make more money. It was a mind-set I wasn't ever aware I had until my early 20s."