One of the most fashionable young actresses in Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence has made a big splash in 2013 thanks to her style on the red carpet, and her new looks. Discover Jennifer Lawrence’s best beauty moments in 2013, some of which have set new trends.
Star of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t consider herself a fashion icon, and she believes the people responsible for her fashion savvy are the professional stylists who guide her choices.
“I really would not call myself a fashion icon. I would call myself somebody who gets dressed by professionals. [It’s like], ‘Dance, monkey, dance’ right on the red carpet.’ I would call me more of a monkey”, she said to E! News.
From her famous Oscars appearance to her new pixie cut, check out Discover Jennifer Lawrence’s best beauty moments in 2013, from the red carpet to the big screen.
Jennifer Lawrence Goes For Milkmaid Braids – 38th Annual Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
The 23-year old actress started the year with a lot of fashion goodwill thanks to her charming hairstyle and dress at the LA Film Critics Awards. Her symmetrical milkmaid braids helped her achieve one of Jennifer Lawrence’s best beauty moments in 2013.
Jennifer Lawrence Vanity Fair Cover
On the Vanity Fair cover in February 2013, Jennifer Lawrence showed off her sexy side with a shoot with vintage inspiration. Sporting long blond locks, the young star appeared on the cover with the tagline The World’s “Most Desirable Woman”.
Jennifer Lawrence Wows at 85th Annual Academy Awards
One of Jennifer Lawrence’s best beauty moments in 2013 is certainly her appearance at the Oscars, where she picked up the trophy for Best Actress thanks to her role in Silver Linings Playbook. In Dior Couture, the star perfectly matched her dress with a sophisticated bun.
Jennifer Lawrence Shows Off Shoulder-Length Hairstyle at 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards
The first major change of look for the young actress was first seen in April, at the GLAAD Media Awards. Jennifer appeared at the event with a new hairstyle, shoulder-length and very refined. In a black dress with a sheer decolletage, Jennifer also took the stage to present an award.
Jennifer Lawrence Wins the Red Carpet at the Costume Institute Gala
Even if the theme of this year’s Costume Institute Gala was “PUNK: Chaos To Couture”, the actress went for a sophisticated look, in Dior, creating one of Jennifer Lawrence’s best beauty moments in 2013. The look preferred by the star for the event that took place at New York’s Museum of Modern Art was retro, but stunning.
Jennifer Lawrence Cover Vogue Magazine
As the cover girl of the September issue of Vogue magazine, Jennifer Lawrence shined with very feminine looks, in a photo shoot by Mario Testino. Sporting her new look, the star of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire discussed the evolution of Katniss in the sequel.
First Pictures of the New Katniss Everdeen Look in Vanity Fair Magazine
One of Jennifer Lawrence’s best beauty moments in 2013 is also one of the most influential. Dressed as her character, Katniss Everdeen in the hit movie series, Jennifer Lawrence also showed off a new braided look that instantly took off to become one of the hottest looks of the fall.
Katniss Promotional Shoot for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
In her photoshoot for the new Hunger Games movie, Jennifer Lawrence showed off a different braided style, a bit more casual and off a few more of her outfits in the movie. In character as a brunette, the actress looks just as good as a blonde off the set.
Jennifer Lawrence Debuts Pixie Haircut
One of the most discussed of Jennifer Lawrence’s best beauty moments in 2013, her new pixie was first shown during the promo tour for her movie. “It grew to an awkward gross length, and I kept putting it back in a bun and I was like ‘I don’t want to do this,’ so I just cut it off. It couldn’t get any uglier”, the actress explained for Yahoo!.
Jennifer Lawrence on the Cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK
In the November Issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, Jennifer Lawrence tried a more edgy look. The actress was featured on the cover and explained in her interview that she was hurt by being called fat, and won’t accept such criticism. “If anybody even tries to whisper the word ‘diet’, I’m like, ‘You can go f*ck yourself’”, she explained to the British magazine.