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Yep, Dior and Jennifer Lawrence Are Officially an Unbeatable Celeb Style Combination

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Oct. 24 2013, Published 2:37 p.m. ET

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Textured waves and deconstructed hair looks were all over the Spring 2014 runway, (thanks, NYFW for the lower maintenance beauty 'do) and one particular celeb high-fashion campaign just set the refreshing trend in stone. By now, you know that "It" girl Jennifer Lawrence works well with Dior—and by "works well" we really mean she's in the running to be the best Christian Dior girl we've ever had the pleasure of seeing.

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Courtesy of Dior
Source: Courtesy of Dior
Courtesy of Dior
Source: Courtesy of Dior

Back in September, the Oscar winner posed for the brand in a minimalistic shoot based around a Miss Dior bag and a charcoal grey coat that helped to highlight her gorgeous baby blues and porcelain, creamy complexion. The brand has now released more photos of Jennifer, this time revealing how stunning the leading lady looks in a structured suit.

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Courtesy of Dior
Source: Courtesy of Dior

In the photographs, set in black and white, Jennifer poses in tailored jackets and pants with her hair set in a voluminous, deconstructed pouf. Now that we think about it, J-Law should think about a Pixie cut. Next red carpet trend, perhaps?

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Like we said before, do we have a Miss Dior winner?

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