Some may think that white’s a hard colour to pull off. But our girl J Law has proved that come rain or shine, summer or winter, blonde hair or “bronde” (Blake Lively’s word for blondy-brown hair, FYI), it’s a workable hue. The actress has graced the red carpet with numerous snow-white, off-white and all-white ensembles in the past few years - and more of Raf Simons’ Christian Dior designs than you can shake a fist at. In fact, we would go as far to say that “The Hunger Games” star wears *almost* as much white as Reese Witherspoon. For real. Which look’s your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
Since 2012 when the first Hunger Games came out, the stars of the series have walked countless red carpets around the world. In four years, characters have been killed off (the premise is based on teenagers annually killing each other in an arena for entertainment purposes after all) and new ones have entered — Julianne Moore, Natalie Dormer, and Jena Malone, to name a few, came into the fold later — but each has treated the press tour as seriously as they would a Victory Tour. (Don’t get the reference? See the movies! Or, even better, read the books!) Together, the cast toured the world promoting their film, making stops in Berlin, Paris, Madrid, and even Shanghai. Jennifer Lawrence wore a lot of Dior (with a few exceptions including a red blazer dress from Mugler in Spain), Josh Hutcherson displayed his man style (which is anything but ordinary, and Liam Hemsworth tried out some colorful suits. Following stops in Europe and Asia, the cast came stateside. At the film’s Hollywood premiere, just days after a deadly terrorist attack hit France (and three days after the crew debuted their film there), the actors paid tribute to the city by wearing pins with the red, white, and blue flag on their black tie looks. “I’d like to note the horrific events that occurred three days ago in Paris,” Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer said as he introduced the movie. “We want to express our sympathy to the brave people of Paris. We stand with them tonight.”For the last stop, the crew hit New York’s Lincoln Center. While none of the actors are natives, they still got the dress code memo: black is always appropriate. Lawrence wore a Schiaprelli gown with a sheer top that showed off a lacy bralette, Dormer donned head-to-toe leather, and Malone made fishnets classy. The reviews for the film might not be in yet, but in terms of fashion, the cast has certainly showed it’s going out on top. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
We’ll take one of each of these dresses, please. [Photo: Rex/Yahoo Style UK] Over the past few weeks, the “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2” cast has been touring the world promoting the final installment of the hit franchise. And in addition to promoting the new film, the leading ladies have proved just how style-savvy they all are. Or how great their stylists are.
VÍDEO da hora em que a Jennifer se foi ao chão! Tadinha gente hahaha :’) pic.twitter.com/88DLEXzzEb— JLBR - 7 Dias! (@JLawrenceBrasil) November 10, 2015 Jennifer Lawrence seems to have relatively healthy hygiene habits—but still, I fear there may be something ailing her. Photo: AP If she’s not ill, then maybe it’s the dresses she wears.
Talk about squad goals. [Photo: Instagram/Liam Hemsworth] You can always rely on Jennifer Lawrence to inject some fun into a red carpet event. The actress decided “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” Berlin premiere was the perfect occasion to show off her squatting capabilities, while looking beautiful in a plunging plum Dior gown. And that’s why we love her.
Bit of a change from Katniss Everdeen’s signature side braid, isn’t it? The 25-year-old debuted her new ‘do at the Berlin event, revealing that she’s not only gone shorter but blonder.
A handful of hats on display in the Gypsy Sport studio. Photo: Joel Barhamand In September, CFDA/Fashion Fund finalist Rio Uribe, the 29-year-old founder and designer of Gypsy Sport, told Yahoo Style, “No one is left out of the Gypsy Sport brand. It includes everyone. It’s the people’s brand and I think that people can recognize that.”
Superheroes and anime characters have swarmed to San Diego, California for Comic-Con 2015. While it’s safe to say the Jedi, Dragonball, zombie and Mad Max costumes have been sartorial spectaculars, celebrities have taken to the annual celebration in more traditional, nonetheless stylish, outfits. Lea Michele, for one, showed off her toned and trim physique in a number of sexy two-piece sets and form-fitting ensembles. 15-year-old Willow Shields was also no exception. The Hunger Games actress traded Primrose Everdeen’s white blouse and wooly jumper for a color-blocked plaid House of Holland dress. Still, she managed to tap into the outlandish spirit of the sci-fi festival with a playful baby print off-the-shoulder Brooke Atwood dress that she wore to Comic-Con’s MTV Fandom Awards. And she wasn’t the only actor to bring high fashion to the costume-dominated celebration: Jennifer Lawrence stunned in a black Valentino cutout gown; Katharine McPhee wore a crop top and pencil skirt combo; Kristin Connolly stood out in red; and so many more. More from Yahoo Style:Q & A with “Game of Thrones” Natalie Dormer ‘Hunger Games’ Actress Amandla Stenberg Educates the Internet About Cultural AppropriationKiller Accessories Inspired by the Hunger Games