We Graded All 6 of Jennifer Lawrence's 'Mockingjay, Part 2' Red Carpet Looks

That our two favorite looks did not involve Dior was not much of a surprise.
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That our two favorite looks did not involve Dior was not much of a surprise.
Jennifer Lawrence in Schiaparelli Couture at the 'Mockingjay, Part 2' New York premiere on Wednesday. Photo: Grant Lamos IV/FilmMagic

Jennifer Lawrence in Schiaparelli Couture at the 'Mockingjay, Part 2' New York premiere on Wednesday. Photo: Grant Lamos IV/FilmMagic

On Wednesday, Jennifer Lawrence completed her fourth and final red carpet press tour for her fourth and final "Hunger Games" film, "Mockingjay, Part 2" here in New York City. It's now the end of an era, and we're feeling vaguely emotional about the conclusion of it all. You have to admit, the last four publicity circuits have been fun as hell. Who could resist Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth (i.e., the franchise's token love triangle participants) goofing off for the cameras? Will Jena Malone continue to crouch in her voluminous gowns, as she's known to do? Will we ever again see Woody Harrelson drift into a photo call, shoeless and in his pajamas? The nostalgia, it's setting in already!

To do our part in commemorating this bittersweet occasion, we conducted a retrospective of sorts and assigned grades to all six of Lawrence's "Mockingjay, Part 2" red carpet looks. With the sharp assistance of a new styling duo, Jill Lincoln and Jordan Johnson, the actress's styles have been just a hair edgier than what we've seen in years past. This doesn't say much, though: With a full year left in her $15-million Dior contract, Lawrence very much remains under the influence of the French fashion house. Naturally, two of our favorite looks are those of the non-Dior variety, including a flamenco-inspired Ralph Lauren gown and a romantic Schiaparelli Couture creation. 

Click through the gallery below for Lawrence's official "Mockingjay, Part 2" report card, ordered from a C- to an A. (Hey, we're tough cookies.)