Congratulations, Jennifer Lawrence—you are officially a quarter of a century old! Not to mention, light years ahead of your peers. In addition to Lawrence’s threeAcademy Award nominations (she won Best Actress for Silver Linings Playbook), three Golden Globe nominations (she won two), and five SAG Awardsnominations (another two), in her 25 years, the actress has not only spearheaded a major film franchise—The Hunger Games—but also held her own against leading gents including Robert De Niro, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Bradley Cooper.Offscreen, it’s Lawrence’s joie de vivre approach to life and work—and her personal style—that makes her so popular. This summer, she had been taking advantage of everything on offer in New York City while scouting a new home base, which also means the city has been treated to the sight of a seemingly endless array of chic ensembles hearkening back to the louche look of the nineties.
Recent months have seen Lawrence embrace fitted silhouettes like a whiteAntonio Berardi dress recalling the relaxed elegance sported by Gwyneth Paltrowduring her days with Brad Pitt, while a body-con Prabal Gurung look acted as the modern-day version of Naomi Campbell’s festive frocks when hitting the town with Kate Moss. But it was when Lawrence slipped into reworked versions of the LBD that we saw her style truly shine. A Louis Vuitton frock with cut-outs was an elevated take on Lilith Fair festival dressing while her lace trim teddy-inspired dress modernized the boudoir-on-the-street style favored by Victoria Beckhamand Jennifer Aniston. With Lawrence making fashionable statements beyond thered carpet, we cannot wait to see what the rest of her twenties will bring.