Celebrity-styles

Celebrity Style: Jennifer Lawrence

It’s safe to say that “it” girl Jennifer Lawrence is not losing her crown as Hollywood’s favourite clotheshorse anytime soon. Here are 5 of her top celebrity style fashion moments.

Calvin Klein Collection

Lawrence first caught our attention as a fashion icon in this fitted red Calvin Klein Collection gown at the 2011 Academy Awards. This dress hugged her curves in all the right places, helping her transition out of the appearance of a child star and into the spotlight as a mature actress. Her long, tousled locks and smokey eye makeup made Lawrence a stand out on this red carpet.

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Prabal Gurung

At the Hunger Games premiere in 2012, Lawrence opted for this floor length Prabal Gurung dress. The color of the material makes it look as though she is wearing liquid gold. But what makes this so visually interesting is the reverse of the gown which highlights Lawrence’s toned back. The hue also brings out her skin’s natural glow.

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David Koma

The 2013 GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles gave Lawrence the opportunity to flirt it up on the red carpet in this short black David Koma number. This LBD is perfect for the mild weather of L.A. and showcases her strong legs. The sheer cutouts at the top of the frock show off Lawrence’s defined shoulders without being too obvious. Paired with strappy pumps and a new shorter do, Lawrence looks young and fresh for her appearance at the awards.

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Dior

In one of her most daring fashion choices, Lawrence wore this sheer Dior gown to the 2013 LA premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Originally worn topless on the runway, Lawrence chose some extra coverage for this red carpet. The gown shows off her muscular body in an unexpected way and gives her a rock-n-roll edge.

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Dior again

In her most elegant red carpet appearance, Jennifer stunned in this ivory Christian Dior gown at the 2013 Academy Awards. This flawless look creates an elegant and sophisticated silhouette for Lawrence who would go on to win the Oscar for Best Actress that evening. The dramatic train and voluminous skirt contrasts beautifully with the fitted bodice. The dress is accented with a thin silver and diamond chain draped around her neck and down her bare back. Even with her slight misstep to accept her award, this gown and entire ensemble is truly her most iconic look.

What’s your favourite Jennifer Lawrence look?

March 28, 2014

Get The Look: Kate Hudson’s Relaxed Glam Hair

Kate Hudson showed off the look she does best at this week’s Vanity Fair party – relaxed glamour, pairing a sexy red dress with long, tousled locks. Here’s how celebrity hairstylist David Babaii created the look in 4 easy steps:

1. David prepped Kate’s hair with David Babaii Amplifying Shampoo and Conditioner.

2. Next, he applied a little David Babaii Volcanic Ash Root Amplifier to give the roots plenty of oomph and volume.

3. He then spritzed David Babaii Bohemian Beach Spray before taking to the hair with a combination of a diffuser and large barrel curler to create that perfectly tousled look.

4. To finish, David rubbed a drop of Miracle Oil Hair Elixir into the palms of his hands and quickly ran it through Kate’s hair for extra shine.

Are you a fan of Kate Hudson’s glam hair?

March 2, 2012

Get The Look: Nicole Kidman’s Golden Globes Hair

Celebrity hair stylist David Babaii created this stunning look for Nicole Kidman at the Golden Globes. Here’s how David recreated this A-list hairstyle in 4 easy steps.

The inspiration

“The style inspiration for Nicole look was my take on a modern day Veronica Lake,” said Babaii.

Get the look

1. David began with a nourishing shampoo and conditioner to maintain Nicole’s hair colour balance while also hydrating.

Try: David Babaii for WildAid ColourMaxx Shampoo and Conditioner.

2. Next, he applied a small amount of silicone-free Miracle Oil Hair Exilir by Davi Babaii to add additional shine, and protect the hair from thermal damage.

3. Then he used a small round brush bumping the end under. For the Veronica Lake look, David used a large barrel curling iron, wrapping only the bottom portion of the section around the barrel to create soft natural waves.

4. To finish, he created a side part and lifted the root area with a volumising spray, lightly spritzing the end for a long-lasting hold.

Try: David Babaii for WildAid Volanic Ash Root Amplifier.

Are you a fan of Nicole Kidman’s Golden Globes hair?

January 17, 2012