The Mockingjay Press Tour: now featuring indisputable proof that Jennifer Lawrence is a huge Democracy Diva fan.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE at the Los Angeles premiere
dress by Christian Dior, purse by Roger Vivier, shoes by Aquazzura
Bow down, bitches: J.Law wore my red carpet prediction for her! She shortened the hem of the stunning Dior couture gown I knew she’d wear, and made it premiere-appropriate rather than Oscars-ready. So let’s call this a victory for both Jennifer Lawrence and the Democracy Diva. J.LAW READS MY BLOG, YOU GUYS. THAT IS OBVIOUSLY WHAT THIS OUTFIT MEANS.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE at the Los Angeles premiere after-party
jacket and dress by Altuzarra
Sexy and hip; fun and cool. Overall, perfect for an after-party. I think the combo of the cut-out maxidress and that sharp blazer is absolutely fantastic. 10/10 would wear.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE on The Colbert Report
jacket and dress by David Koma for Mugler, shoes by Christian Louboutin
That giggle. That jacket. WHY IS SHE SO PERFECT, YOU GUYS.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE on Late Show with David Letterman
dress by Antonio Berardi, sunglasses by Oliver Peoples
I hereby request that every starlet follow in J.Law’s footprints and turn her multiple TV appearances for a big movie into a Blazer Tour of America.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE on Good Morning America
coat by Burberry, dress by Ulla Johnson, sunglasses by Oliver Peoples, shoes by Aquazzura
This dress is a little low-key – it looks fantastic for street style, but I’m not sure how well it would read on television. However, her coat game continues to be unstoppable, and her sunglasses are the shit, so I’m still on board.
ELIZABETH BANKS at the Los Angeles premiere
gown by Leonard, purse by Rauwolf, shoes by Roger Vivier
This dress is a work of art, and only made more amazing by the fact that Elizabeth Banks is the one inside it. I’m still uncertain about the hair – I can’t decide if it makes her look like a windswept little boy or not – but those mega-dramatic statement shoes were a risk worth taking. Three movies in, and Ms. Banks is still using enough print, color, and generally unstoppable-fierceness to make Effie Trinket proud.
ELIZABETH BANKS at the Berlin press event
gown by Saint Laurent, purse by Lee Savage, shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti
Still gorgeous as can be, though a little more traditional than her usual fashion-forward ensembles. But I’m glad she saved the real drama for the LA premiere, and played it a little bit safer at the Berlin press call.
JULIANNE MOORE at the Los Angeles premiere
gown and shoes by Tom Ford
Yes. Love. Best. Want. Other words of support and encouragement so that Julianne Moore will dress like Velma Kelly from Chicago ALL THE TIME, PLEASE.
JENA MALONE at the Los Angeles premiere
gown by Emanuel Ungaro, purse by Jill Milan
Again, it’s a bit more conventional than what she usually wears, but I can’t pretend I don’t love this fire-engine red on her. Particularly with the not-quite-matching red lips and red hair. It’s so much clashing that it makes the turn back around to fabulous.
NATALIE DORMER at the Los Angeles premiere
gown by Rochas
A surprising choice of dress, though not a bad one. I just didn’t expect to see Natalie in something so Elle Fanning-esque. It’s a shame she’s still making that “eating a lemon out of the side of my mouth” face, which ensures I will never be able to take her even remotely seriously.
WILLOW SHIELDS at the Los Angeles premiere
gown by Christian Siriano, shoes by Stuart Weitzman
Little Prim really turned it up at this premiere – she’s 14, which is practically middle-aged in Hollywood, so she’s finally dressing like the star she’s going to be. She also happens to have chosen the gown I predicted Christina Hendricks would wear; somehow, I love it as much on Willow in real life as I did on Christina in my imagination. It’s not every gown that works as well for a voluptuous almost-40-year-old as it does for a tween, so three cheers for Christian Siriano, who really does design for all kinds of women.
JESSICA SIMPSON at the Los Angeles premiere
vintage gown, jewelry by Neil Lane, purse by Salvatore Ferragamo, shoes by Prada
I didn’t even know Jessica Simpson was still doing things. But based on her outfit, I can only assume it will always be 2003 to dear Jessica. Honestly, this is pretty good compared to most of her red carpet looks, but that’s an astonishingly low bar to pass.
META GOLDING at the Los Angeles premiere
gown by Rani Zakhem, purse by Heather Offord, shoes by Ryan Haber
Would have scored much higher if it weren’t for the matching bridesmaid shoes. Those are just atrocious.
ASHLEE SIMPSON at the Los Angeles premiere
gown by Cengiz Abazoglu, purse by Swarovski, shoes by Rene Caovilla
Don’t ask me what the hell Ashlee Simpson was doing at the Mockingjay premiere. I’m much more concerned with why her dress appears to be making a run for it. Is that fabric scrambling to get away from her, or is that just me?
© Democracy Diva, 2014.
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