In a year, Jennifer Lawrence has appeared in three magazines in three bodacious bodysuits, but with a body like that, can you blame her? She appears on the cover of both the April issues of Interview Germany and Glamour UK in shimmery bodysuits, and back in 2011 she was featured in GQ in what they are calling a "romper" though she looks more sexy than playground-sweet in it. What do you think of Jennifer Lawrence's look? We think it rules.
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Jennifer Lawrence Covers Interview, Says She'd Like To 'Be Bridget Jones'
How hot does Katniss Jennifer Lawrence look on the cover of Interview Germany? She's wearing another one of those bodysuits (this one's by Dolce & G
Dressing for The Hunger Games: Tom Ford's Influence, Katniss' $30,000 Hair, and Avoiding the Dancing With the Stars Look
It's T minus 3 days until The Hunger Games opens! And yes, we already have tickets (and no, we will not be dressing up as our favorite characters, though we hope others at the theatre do.) This movie has strong characters and a really unique plot, and one of the reasons we're excited to see it brought to life is because fashion and beauty play such an important role--they're really a part of the story. The fact that a stylist is a pivotal character says a lot about how image can change people's perceptions. There's been a lot written lately about how the characters and their looks were coneptualized. From Cinna's Tom Ford influence to Katniss' $30,000 hair, read on for how some of the looks in this movie came to be.
Ranking Jennifer Lawrence's Red Carpet 'Dos and Diors Based on Internet Buzz
Any time Jennifer Lawrence steps onto a red carpet, she's guaranteed to get a lot of attention. She's just that beloved. But add a new (somewhat controversial) pixie cut and an uber-popular movie franchise, and you have a frenzy on your hands.
Iris Van Herpen Is Not Designing Katniss' Wedding Dress for the Next Hunger Games
Dutch designer Iris van Herpen showed another haunting and innovative couture collection in Paris Monday amidst rumors that she may have the honor of designing Katniss Everdeen's wedding dress for this fall's Catching Fire, the second Hunger Games installment. Herpen would be absolutely perfect for the job--her structural, futuristic aesthetic is very Capitol-esque. Only she's not doing it.