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Oscars 2014 red carpet fashion: Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Couture gown

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With the Oscars just two days away, red carpet fashion observers are excited for the biggest red carpet event of the year. The gowns, the beauty and the glamor are unsurpassed in any other awards show or on any other red carpet in the world.

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When it comes to the Oscars 2014 best dressed fashion winners, there is no doubt that one name that will circulate on the list is Jennifer Lawrence. Already ahead of the “who will she wear?” game, the “American Hustle” star and Academy Awards nominee has already disclosed her designer for the big night; Christian Dior Couture. Not that this comes as a surprise to those fans who love the Dior devotee. Last year, Lawrence sizzled in a white, strapless Dior Haute Couture gown on the Oscars red carpet.

According to a WWD report, the actress, who is also featured in Dior’s third fashion campaign, stated that she will don Dior Couture on the red carpet.

So what’s the mystery? Well, it is one thing to disclose the designer, but fans still want to know the color, the style, the look? With guesses leaning toward strapless, the color guesses are much harder. Red, gold, green, black, white or something in the pastel color group top the Fashion Examiner’s list. When it comes to bling, the money is on Chopard jewels for this stylista.

Lawrence is up against this year’s red carpet fashion darling Lupita Nyong’o and other talented stars for the Best Supporting Actress award.

The Oscars 2014 awards ceremony will be hosted by Ellen Degeneres, and will air live on Mar. 2 on ABC at 8.30 p.m. ET.


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