21 March 2012 by

Jennifer Lawrence Wears Raoul, Prabal Gurung and Calvin Klein In ONE Day!

Prabal Gurung Jennifer Lawrence

With just two days to go until the cinematic release of 'The Hunger Games', we are filling our time casting a somewhat lustful eye over Jennifer Lawrence’s wardrobe. Over the past week, we’ve drooled over a stunning collection of red carpet frocks - in particular the floor-sweeping gold creations from Prabal Gurung (which she wore to the LA premiere) and Ralph Lauren (for the London premiere). So another day and another city promoting the movie yesterday brings an astonishing THREE new looks from Jen. Wowsers! Hollywood’s latest 'It' girl is certainly upping the style ante, ensuring she's firmly on our fashion radar.

But the golden girl has freshened up her look as she lands in New York for the latest whirl on the merry-go-round, vamping things up a notch. And by that we mean skirts. Yes, we spotted J-Law in not one, not two, but three knee-skimming numbers that show off a pair of perfectly-proportioned pins. Jealous? Us?

1. Raoul

So far favouring American designers, Ms Lawrence shook things up as she arrived for an appearance on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' wearing a simple black Raoul dress from the Pre-Fall 2012 collection topped off with sexy Jimmy Choo heels. Hot!

2. Prabal Gurung

And as she left, Jen was seen wearing this gorgeous Prabal Gurung dress with metallic lace panelling with the same Jimmy Choo shoes. Would you look at those legs and teeny tiny waist? We would like to be her a little bit. Ok, a lot!

3. Calvin Klein

And for the film's New York screening, Jennifer once again showed a bit of patriotism for her homeland as she rocked this fabulous emerald green dress by US designer Calvin Klein worn with another pair of Jimmy Choo beauties. Her character Katniss Everdeen doesn’t get to embrace her feminine side in the movie so frankly, we’re loving seeing La Lawrence style it up. But which look do you like best? Let us know below...


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