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Miss Dior’s Lady
Pretty as a button, we’re still loving the images from Dior’s “Miss Dior” Spring/Summer 2013 with Jennifer Lawrence, photographed by Willy Vanderperre. 
If you don’t own the compelling fragrance yet, take a look at some smart prices for Miss Dior on eBay.
(Photo: via pinerosolanno. Text by Jauretsi)

Miss Dior’s Lady

Pretty as a button, we’re still loving the images from Dior’s “Miss Dior” Spring/Summer 2013 with Jennifer Lawrence, photographed by Willy Vanderperre. 

If you don’t own the compelling fragrance yet, take a look at some smart prices for Miss Dior on eBay.

(Photo: via pinerosolanno. Text by Jauretsi)

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The Epic Faces of Jennifer Lawrence
Here’s a few choice cuts of the many Jennifer Lawrence faces displayed during the Oscars on Sunday night — our favorite, of course, from the Seth MacFarlane ditty called "We Saw Your Boobs" (7 minutes into the telecast).   
(Photo: Courtesy of Buzzfeed. Text by Jauretsi)

The Epic Faces of Jennifer Lawrence

Here’s a few choice cuts of the many Jennifer Lawrence faces displayed during the Oscars on Sunday night — our favorite, of course, from the Seth MacFarlane ditty called "We Saw Your Boobs" (7 minutes into the telecast).   

(Photo: Courtesy of Buzzfeed. Text by Jauretsi)

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Red Carpet Roundup 

It was a battle between old Hollywood glamour and futuristic fashion at the Oscars last night, with the likes of Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence preferring traditionally feminine numbers by Oscar de la Renta and Dior Haute Couture, respectively. But we were really adoring the sleek, narrow column trend happening, with stars like Jessica Chastain in a gold beaded gown by Giorgio Armani (perhaps the evening’s best) and Halle Berry making up for her previous Golden Globes misstep by wearing an absolutely killer body-con gown by Versace.

(Photos courtesy of Style.com and Huffington Post. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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The Jessica Rabbit Dress

Tonight, at the SAG Awards, it was the night to bare both shoulders in a gown dripping to the floor a’la Jessica Rabbit. Tonight’s women who took on the hourglass look were Jennifer Lawrence (Dior), Kerry Washington (Rodarte), Amanda Seyfried (Zac Posen), Tina Fey (Oscar de la Renta), and Jessica Chastain (Alexander McQueen)

(1.Photo Credit: Jordan Strauss/InvisionAP 2. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images 3. Matt Sayles/InvisionAP 4. Matt Sayles/InvisionAP 5. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images. See more red carpet photos on LA Times. Text by Jauretsi)

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Belles of the Ball

There was a lot going on at the red carpet of last night’s 70th annual Golden Globe Awards, and a lot of it was good. Jennifer Lawrence was a nipped-in vision in her Dior Haute Couture, as was the absolutely gorgeous Marion Cotillard, also in Dior. Together, with Jessica Alba’s peachy gown by Oscar de la Renta, the three created a trifecta of our favorite shades of the night. Kristin Wig looked like the life of the party in her sexy cut-out dress by Michael Kors. Kerry Washington’s nude and metallic Miu Miu ensemble was refreshingly casual while still being very glamorous. And honorable mention goes to Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery, wearing a gold and white gown fit for royalty by Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture, as well as Jennifer Garner, who dripped with elegance in her beaded Vivienne Westwood Couture gown. But the sartorial winner of last night’s affair was definitely, without a shadow of a doubt, Miss Kate Hudson, wearing the most heavenly and glamorous gown by Alexander McQueen.

(Photos courtesy of Style.com and Marie Claire. Text by Jenny Bahn)