Jennifer Lawrence dazzles in pared-back Dior shoot

Her last Dior campaign garnered huge controversy.

Yet Jennifer Lawrence shirked her woes as she geared up for another turn as ambassador for the brand while wowing in the shoot for the Pre-Fall 2019 campaign designed by the artistic director Maria Chuiri Grazia. 

The 28-year-old Hunger Games star looked sensational in a series of wrapped up ensembles with intricate details and stunning handbags in shots that come months after she was slammed for starring in a Mexican-inspired collection.

Stunner: Jennifer Lawrence shirked her woes as she geared up for another turn as ambassador for the brand while wowing in the shoot for the brand's Pre-Fall 2019 campaign designed by the artistic director Maria Chuiri Grazia

Stunner: Jennifer Lawrence shirked her woes as she geared up for another turn as ambassador for the brand while wowing in the shoot for the brand's Pre-Fall 2019 campaign designed by the artistic director Maria Chuiri Grazia

Stunner: Jennifer Lawrence shirked her woes as she geared up for another turn as ambassador for the brand while wowing in the shoot for the brand’s Pre-Fall 2019 campaign designed by the artistic director Maria Chuiri Grazia

Jennifer, who recently became engaged to art gallery director Cooke Maroney, was opting for dewy-faced beauty for the fresh and stunning shoot.  

A minimal set helped highlight the colourful art punctuating the scene while she also upped the wow factor with her elegant ensembles and striking good looks. 

While she looked stunning in the latest campaign, it comes in the wake of scandal after her last collaboration with the brand was marred with controversy. 

Dior came under fire for having Jennifer star in a fashion campaign that aims to celebrate Mexican culture.

She's back! The 28-year-old Hunger Games star looked sensational in a series of wrapped up ensembles with intricate details and stunning handbags

She's back! The 28-year-old Hunger Games star looked sensational in a series of wrapped up ensembles with intricate details and stunning handbags

She’s back! The 28-year-old Hunger Games star looked sensational in a series of wrapped up ensembles with intricate details and stunning handbags

Critics accused both the brand and actress of cultural appropriation in response to the campaign featuring the Dior Cruise 2019 collection, which was influenced by escaramuzas, Mexican horsewomen who perform in rodeo-like sport, charreada.

‘One of the main inspirations for this collection is the traditional women riders of Mexico, so I am really excited that this collection is looking at and celebrating these women’s heritage through such a modern lens,’ Jennifer said in an interview.

Although Jennifer has been the face of the brand since 2012, many were outraged that Dior cast a white woman in a campaign meant to honor Mexican heritage.

Shocker: Although Jennifer has been the face of the brand since 2012, many were outraged that Dior cast a white woman in a campaign meant to honor Mexican heritage

Shocker: Although Jennifer has been the face of the brand since 2012, many were outraged that Dior cast a white woman in a campaign meant to honor Mexican heritage

Shocker: Although Jennifer has been the face of the brand since 2012, many were outraged that Dior cast a white woman in a campaign meant to honor Mexican heritage

The one.. Critics accused both the brand and actress of cultural appropriation in response to a campaign, which was influenced by escaramuzas, Mexican horsewomen who perform in rodeo-like sport, charreada (pictured in the campaign)

The one.. Critics accused both the brand and actress of cultural appropriation in response to a campaign, which was influenced by escaramuzas, Mexican horsewomen who perform in rodeo-like sport, charreada (pictured in the campaign)

The one.. Critics accused both the brand and actress of cultural appropriation in response to a campaign, which was influenced by escaramuzas, Mexican horsewomen who perform in rodeo-like sport, charreada (pictured in the campaign)

‘In the latest installment of white women and dusty a** fashion houses making poor choices: Dior’s new collection was inspired by Mexican riders so they got Jennifer Lawrence as the model because of course they did,’ one person tweeted.

‘The @Dior campaign with Jennifer Lawrence is a great example of how idiotic marketing teams can turn great social movements into bad marketing,’ someone else added.

‘Get a Mexican model. This is so far off the mark it’s crazy and I can’t believe more people aren’t discussing it. This is Pepsi bad.’ 

Shock: 'Get a Mexican model. This is so far off the mark it’s crazy and I can’t believe more people aren’t discussing it. This is Pepsi bad'

Shock: 'Get a Mexican model. This is so far off the mark it’s crazy and I can’t believe more people aren’t discussing it. This is Pepsi bad'

Shock: ‘Get a Mexican model. This is so far off the mark it’s crazy and I can’t believe more people aren’t discussing it. This is Pepsi bad’

Scandal: She shocked fans when she posed for a Mexican-inspired campaign (pictured in February)

Scandal: She shocked fans when she posed for a Mexican-inspired campaign (pictured in February)

Scandal: She shocked fans when she posed for a Mexican-inspired campaign (pictured in February)

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