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Jennifer Lawrence announced as new face of Miss Dior

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Following on from Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman and Marion Cotillard, Hunger Games (and former Stylist cover star) Jennifer Lawrence is set to become the face of the Miss Dior handbag range from March 2013.

The appointment is said to be the work of new Creative Director Raf Simons, who joined from Jil Sander in April 2012. Lawrence has already been linked with the brand since he took over, appearing front row at the Dior Couture show in July, and wearing a Dior Couture dress to the premiere of The Silver Linings Playbook at the Toronto Film Festival.

ABOVE: Jennifer in Dior Couture

BELOW: At the Dior Couture show

It’s the first major fashion campaign for the star, and she told WWD “It’s such a dream to represent an iconic brand that is synonymous with high fashion”. Having wowed on the red carpet in a serious of show-stopping gowns, we’re sure the girl who takes “five minutes to get ready in the morning” will do just fine.

Picture credit: Rex Features

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