Jennifer Lawrence is proving her sartorial renaissance was not just a summer fling. The actress stepped out in London at the weekend for the 66th BFI London Film Festival as part of the promotional tour for Causeway. To mark the occasion she gave us a taste of her fall style in not one, but three chic looks in one day.

Lawrence’s unexpected rise to style icon status is in part thanks to celebrity stylist Kate Young, who also counts clients Margot Robbie and Dakota Johnson. Her first look comprised of a casual day time ensemble with tailored pants and a waistcoat paired over the top of a white t-shirt, all The Row. She opted for Garrett Leight Holly sunglasses and Gia Borghini thong sandals from the brand’s collaborative collection with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

Jennifer Lawrence
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This was of course just the beginning of the actress’ style streak. On Saturday evening Lawrence attended the European premiere for Causeway wearing a pearl emblazoned gown from Del Core. The eponymous fashion house is based in Milan, Italy and was founded in 2020 by Daniel Del Core. This recent appearance is expectedly an exciting moment for the up-and-coming designer.

Jennifer Lawrence
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Lawrence was captured leaving the May Fair Hotel later in the evening to round out 24 hours in London. In a stunning finale, the Hunger Games alum chose to wear an elegant black column dress from The Row with Gianvito Rossi heels.

Jennifer Lawrence
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Causeway -releasing on November 4 – is the actress’ first film since giving birth to her first child, son Cy, in February. In a recent interview with Variety the 32-year-old admitted she suffered from burnout after rising to fame thanks to the Hunger Games franchise, followed by an Oscar for her role in Silver Linings Playbook. After the Dark Phoenix in 2019 she took a two-year hiatus from acting before returning to the screen in Don’t Look Up last year.

“I think I lost a sense of control. Between The Hunger Games coming out and winning the Oscar,” she told the publication. “I became such a commodity that I felt like every decision was a big, big group decision. When I reflect now, I can’t think of those following years, [because there was] just a loss of control.”

It’s good to have you back, Jen!

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