Jennifer Lawrence has talked about THAT Oscars dress in a series of short clips for Dior. Filmed while Jen was shooting the brand's Spring Summer 2014 campaign, the two mini-interviews show Jen sat on a stool sporting her look from the print ads.
The actress always looks beautiful on the red carpet in the label's frocks but hasn't had the smoothest run with her dress choices. The Dior frock she chose for the Golden Globes - where she bagged Best Supporting Actress - became an internet sensation when fans realised they create a similar look using duct tape and a duvet. She also tripped over her gown at last year's Oscars while heading to collect her award.
Jennifer Lawrence at the 2014 Oscars [Getty]
'I have special memories of Oscars dress 'some fun, some not',' she laughs in her interview with the brand. 'They need to make it more accessible for stairs, in my opinion'
J Law's up for Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars for her part in movie American Hustle at this years awards - and she'll be wearing Dior again to collect her prize.
'We were going through a lot of picture online,' she says. 'And then I saw a picture of it from the runway and it was just the most beautiful dress I think I'd ever seen. Now I get the Haute Couture thing - it's a big deal.'
Jen's latest campaign for the brand shows the American Hustle actress wearing minimal make-up - just a little cheek contour and eyeshadow - with her a cropped locked messily slicked back.
In the snaps she sports a blazer with a pink houndstooth pocket from Dior's spring 2014 women's collection and carries a multicoloured snake print handbag as well as a pink padded number from the Miss Dior line.
Taken by Patrick Demarchelier, the pictures will appear on Dior's website from Wednesday. Jen's first Dior campaign was revealed this time last year. The pictures - shot by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Olivier Rizzoshowed - showed her sporting a suit and a net veil. It was followed later in the year by a black and white editorial featuring a nearly barefaced Jen in architectural tailoring and wide leg trousers.
See how Jen went from girl-next-door to style icon in the gallery below...