Jennifer Lawrence won last weekend the SAG trophy for best actress in a leading role with the character of the widow from “Silver Linings Playbook”. She was nominated alongside Jessica Chastain (for “Zero Dark Thirty”), Marion Cotillard (for “Rust and Bone”), Naomi Watts (for “The Impossible”) and Helen Mirren (for “Hitchcock”).
Jennifer’s speech was short and to the point, but emotional and sympathetic. First, the actress thanked to David O. Russell, the director of the comedy “Silver Linings Playbook“. “David, you made a movie for your son, to not feel alone no longer, to feel understood. But I think I speak for many when I say that you helped more people than your son, you have helped many daughters and sons, many husbands, and many wives”, she said. The next of Jennifer’s thanked to Bradley Cooper, with whom she starred in “Silver Linings Playbook”.
What drew the attention at Jennifer Lawrence was her dress, which seemed quite common on the red carpet (strapless with corset in one color, long, train – style “classic” gala dresses from Hollywood). While Jennifer went on stage to accept the SAG award, she had to pass between the tables where actors stood in the room where the gala was held. Train to fit through seats, she raised her hand, but she forgot that the dress was made from a single piece, but was raised on layers so actually only part of the outfit, to see her thighs, covered with transparent veil that was attached to the second part of the dress.
The dress, a creation of the Dior house, returns to the original shape as soon as she realizes that she did not raise it right, tabloids wrote that appeared on stage with acidified torn dress. Lawrence’s news first made waves on Twitter, where she created a term to describe the creation Dior: “Sacre bleu”. Jennifer Lawrence wore a Dior creation at the Golden Globes gala, where, again, won the trophy for best actress.