Holding her own in front of the models! Jennifer Lawrence displays Parisian chic at the Dior couture show
20:15 GMT, 2 July 2012
At just 21, she's already hit the dizzy heights of on-screen success with this year's blockbuster, The Hunger Games.
And it looks as though Jennifer Lawrence is quickly learning how to hold her own in the world of high fashion.
The actress joined the likes of Sharon Stone and Donatella Versace for the Dior show at Paris Couture week today.
Leading the celeb crowd: Jennifer Lawrence was chic as she as she made her way to the Dior Couture show from the Ritz in Paris today
Jennifer looked elegant in a
fifties-stye white summer dress covered in a red floral pattern as she
left the Ritz on her way to the show.
She carried a white leather handbag, and accentuated her toned legs with towering nude heels.
Jennifer completed her summer look with large sunglasses.
Old hand: Sharon Stone was also seen exiting the Ritz on her way to the show, looking covered up by contrast to previous outings in a full-length back dress gathered at the neck
Stone was also seen exiting the Ritz on her way to the show, looking
covered up by contrast to previous outings in a full-length back dress
gathered at the neck.
She opted for comfort with elegant flat sandals, and toted a quilted leather deep plum handbag.
The actress, 54, wore her blonde hair pulled into a pony tail and covered her face with large sunglasses.
Switched up her look: Anna Dello Russo wore two eye-catching outfits in the same day
Chinese actress and singer Fan Bingbing looked smart in a long white tunic-style shirt over black trousers.
She accessorised with a bright red handbag which she matched with red lips and toenails.
Anna Dello Russo wore a somewhat unfortunate cutaway pink and gold dress, teamed with matching shows and handbag.
Elegant: Anna Wintour and Chinese actress Fan Bingbing were both lovely in black and white
Jennifer is making sure she has plenty of fun before filming begins later this year for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, in which she stars as Katniss Everdeen.
Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, she said: 'The new movie will be very real, which is what I'm excited about. I really like [Francis's] take, which is a lot of what I liked in Gary Ross.
'It's the realistic grasp of the story instead of all the details of the imaginary things. He's not trying to reinvent anything.'
Watching the show: Princess Charlene, Bernard Arnault, Delphine Arnault and Isabelle Huppert paid close attention
Stunning: The designs by Ralf Simons for Dior were full of bold shapes and deep colours