September 1 2014

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Jennifer Lawrence Goes For Gold


Matching your skin and hair to your red-carpet dress became a, er, phenomenon at the Oscars, when a heavily bronzed, golden blonde Stacy Keibler turned up to the awards show wearing that now famous gilded Marchesa gown with side-slung rosette. “Monochrome dressing,” as it were, got another boost last night at the Hunger Games premiere in L.A., when a sun-kissed, flaxen-again Jennifer Lawrence stepped in front of the paparazzi flashbulbs in a floor-length, gold Prabal Gurung dress—replete with two Jennifer Behr headbands, in the same shade of gold, woven through her updo for an additional bit of metallic gleam. Even the black chiffon shoulders of Lawrence’s dress were represented in her makeup, thanks to a gold-flecked, obsidian smoky eye. Has all of this matchy-matchy business gone too far? Weigh in below.

Photo: Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images; Jason Merritt/Getty Images



  1. alilincoln7777 says:

    Personally I think that if it’s executed right, like Jennifer’s ensemble, then the trend is ok. People just need to watch out for contrasting metals, like pairing silver with gold instead of gold with gold. It tends to look bad sometimes when different metallics are thrown into one, especially at a formal event where dresses and gowns are worn.

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