The stilettos were the perfect complement to Felicity's crisp design, also by Dior, and added a showstopping pop of colour to an otherwise subdued look. Do you love her bright stilettos, or would you rather she stuck to the monochromatic ensemble she had going with her sleek dress and clutch?
It's official: the stars are still flocking to Dior for their red carpet needs. Between The Hunger Games: Catching Fire's promotional tour and the recent Marrakech International Film Festival, we can safely say the fashion house is having a major moment. After all, the instant Raf Simons's first collection for Dior hit the runway in July 2012, we had a feeling his designs would become a quick celeb favorite.
Jennifer Lawrence, Natalie Portman, and Marion Cotillard were just a few of our favourites to don Simons's chic designs, which we're sure will continue to be caught under the lights of the red carpet. Check out the most stylish celebrity-approved Christian Dior looks — here in the gallery.
— Additional reporting by Robert Khederian and Rachel Sumner
It's been a pretty chic week for Jennifer Lawrence, who is on the premiere tour for Catching Fire. After first touring Europe, she's back in North America to continue her red carpet reign.
Jennifer certainly wasn't afraid to flash some flesh, picking two Christian Dior dresses that were both revealing, but in very different ways. When in Rome, she picked a decidedly sportier Proenza Schouler style, while TV appearances called for turbo-chic looks from the Thakoon Spring 2014 runway and sheer J Mendel.
Those outfits and more of Jennifer Lawrence's best looks of the week in the gallery.
After first touring Europe, Jennifer Lawrence and the cast of Catching Fire are back in North America. And we think the style stars were waiting to break out their most show-stopping looks for the movie's Toronto and Los Angeles premieres.
Jennifer Lawrence flashed a section of midriff in her black Dior dress, while Elizabeth Banks went for the drama in glittering Jenny Packham harem pants. Earlier this week, Jena Malone delivered on the red carpet in a stunning black-and-gold dress. And at the LA premiere, sheer was having a moment: Jennifer Lawrence stunned in an transparent Christian Dior belted dress that was almost overshadowed by an equally sheer number on Jena Malone. Elizabeth Banks picked Versace, showing she wasn't afraid of bright colour.
Hungry for more? Click through to see our ultimate round-up of Catching Fire promo-tour fashion! And don't forget Catching Fire is out in Australian cinemas today.
Before that it was a string of hits in London, among which was a flirty, sequined Louis Vuitton LBD that the actress wore for the world premiere's afterparty. As far as we're concerned, Jennifer is always winning, but we'll let you see for yourself. Click through, then tell us your thoughts on Miss Lawrence's latest looks in the comments.
Natalie Portman is traveling the globe for her new film Thor: The Dark World, and so far she's given us seven fantastic ensembles to admire. The latest — for a screening hosted by The Cinema Society and Dior Beauty — was a high-shine Dior top, which she accessorized with a sleek pair of black pants and classic black heels.
But this isn't the first time Natalie has wowed us in Dior — all you need to do is see what she debuted during her time in Paris and London to see what we mean. Click through to see all of Natalie's red carpet looks for the Thor sequel.
Jennifer Hudson looked every bit the bombshell in a long-sleeved white dress, accented with an old-school brooch, while Kerry Washington was a bit spottier in black and gold polka dots and Christian Louboutin heels. Nicole Kidman was feeling the same colour scheme, showing up in a modified shirt-dress, and Charlize Theron pulled a Jennifer in a high-necked white mini.
Jessica Alba strayed from the shade trends, but barely, rocking a strapless coated houndstooth dress from Dior. Each woman's look was unique yet complementary, almost making it harder to have a favourite. Still, it has to be done. Let us know which dress is your favourite by voting below.
For Spring 2014, Raf Simons invited us into Christian Dior's Garden of Eden. The neon botanical set promised an explosion of flowers, and on that promise, Dior delivered. When the buds weren't patterned on pretty pleated skirts or embellishing heels, they were seductively cascading, nay snaking, down the models' necks.
Adding extra eye appeal to the collection were stripes: printed on fabric, occasionally cut into fabric, and sometimes speaking for fabric with words like "Primrose path" and "Hyperrealness." The message was clear, but we'd like to add another word to the conversation: paradise!
First, it was eye shadow embellished with Swarovski crystals. Then, it was bedazzled lips. But for Spring 2014, Christian Dior skipped the gems and went for the gold. Each eyebrow was filled in with metallic gold, and there was also a complementing gilded eye shadow on top and bottom lids. All the golden sheen was broken up with a pop of pastel eyeliner. The hair was slicked back for a wet look, allowing the over-the-top eye makeup to truly shine.