The actor stepped out in Madrid this morning for a day of engagements, looking fabulous in a cool reiteration of the classic shirt dress. She attended a photo call for her upcoming film No Hard Feelings (Sin Malos Rollos, in Spanish) at the Four Seasons Hotel in the look. It consisted of a crisp white dress by Maison Alaïa, which at the top looked like a simple button-up with a sleek collar and folded sleeves, but at the bottom frayed out into a tutu-like miniskirt. It was cinched at the waist with a large black leather belt with two small silver buckles. She finished off the look simply, with a pair of black peep-toe heels and her diamond engagement ring from husband Cooke Maroney.
Lawrence wore her hair down in beach waves and opted for glowy, natural makeup. While walking the carpet at the event, she accessorized with black oval tortoiseshell sunglasses.
She wore a different, yet equally sophisticated look this Monday, while promoting her film in London. Lawrence was photographed looking incredible in a breezy, stone-gray take on the modern suit. The stunning wool set by the Row was made up of an asymmetric long top that seemed to be made from a deconstructed suit jacket with an open back, plus matching loose wide-leg trousers.
Also on Monday, Lawrence attended the London premiere of her movie, looking so elegant in an iteration of a black gown that first appeared in Dior’s fall/winter 2023 ready-to-wear collection—a maxi dress with a sheer bodice and glittering sequins all over.
No Hard Feelings is a romantic comedy that follows a woman who, on the brink of losing her childhood home, agrees to date a wealthy couple’s shy and awkward son before he leaves for college. It will be released in theaters on June 23.
Rosa Sanchez is the senior news editor at Harper’s Bazaar, working on news as it relates to entertainment, fashion, and culture. Previously, she was a news editor at ABC News and, prior to that, a managing editor of celebrity news at American Media. She has also written features for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, among other outlets.