Jennifer Lawrence sparkles in lace bodice and sequin skirt at Toronto premiere of Mother!
Jennifer Lawrence is taking her style icon status seriously.
The 27-year-old Oscar-winning actress has barely had a moment of downtime while on the promotional trail for her new film Mother!, a psychological horror directed by boyfriend Darren Aronofsky (48).
Although the film has divided critics, she hasn't put a foot wrong on the red carpet. For Sunday night's premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, she sparkled in a vintage style ensemble - a lace corset with fitted sequin mermaid skirt by Dolce & Gabbana, just the latest hit in a long line of fashion wins this week.
Earlier in the day, she wore an embellished lace crop top with wide leg trousers by Sally LaPointe, covering up with a black blazer for a Q&A at a news conference.
While in Paris on Thursday, she went for a dazzling Dior gown and a statement lip, while in London on Wednesday, it was her sheer Atelier Versace dress with knit overlay that stole the show. She and Aronofsky, who met while filming the mystery flick, have been dating for more than a year, but they have gone to great lengths to avoid being pictured together so as not to distract from the film.
The horror thriller tells the story of a couple whose world is turned upside down following the arrival of some mysterious guests, played Michelle Pfeiffer and Ed Harris. While the film is already being praised for pushing boundaries, its twist has been kept tightly under wraps, but she admitted she thought her beau had "serious psychological problems" when he first told her of its premise.
It was an instant yes before I even read anything," she said at a press conference for the film at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). "He told me his ideas and I thought they were brilliant and unique and challenging. I’ve been a fan of his for years - I think he’s bold and brave, and I think I said brilliant.
"But I’ve been a fan, so once he told me the ideas floating around in his head I said yes. Then I got a script and when I read it I threw it across the room and told him he had severe psychological problems. But it’s a masterpiece."