Jennifer Lawrence's Miss Dior campaign revealed

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Jennifer Lawrence's Miss Dior campaign revealed
Jennifer Lawrence for Dior.
Jennifer Lawrence for Dior.
Jennifer Lawrence for Dior.
Jennifer Lawrence for Dior.
Jennifer Lawrence for Dior.
'The Hunger Games' star looked so fresh-faced in the stunning new images from her latest campaign, proving that she was a great fit for the brand! Do you agree?

Jennifer Lawrence really let her natural beauty shine through in her Miss Dior Autumn/Winter 2013 campaign, where the 23-year-old Oscar winner showed off her high-fashion side while clad in a wool coat, letting the exquisite Miss Dior bags in the collection really stand out. Although there was a rather simple vibe to the campaign, it really focused on Jennifer's natural beauty - and the gorgeous accessories, of course!

There's no denying the fact that Jennifer looks so beautiful in the campaign, captured by famed photog Willy Vanderperre. Although Jen might have tripped up the steps in her grand Dior gown when she accepted her Oscar, she looks perfectly poised and totally cool and confident in front of the camera for the latest campaign - she's such a natural!

Jen's blue eyes really pop against the white backdrop, while a neutral, shimmering shadow lets her natural beauty shine through. The star's hair was worn back, keeping the focus on her facial features - what a smart choice!

The star's campaign is a far cry from the look she will adapt on screen in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, however we're sure we'll be equally as excited to see her reprise her role as Katniss in the film when it's released in theaters on Nov. 22.

We think the actress looks stunning in the campaign and we can't wait to see more from Jen's shoot! Do you agree? Do you think Jen is a good fit for the Miss Dior brand?

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