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Jennifer Lawrence Is Back in Action at Dior, FKA Twigs Gets Behind the Camera and More Must-Read News


Red carpet season may be over, which means you’re going to have to look to Instagram and spring campaigns for your celeb fashion fix. Today alone, we’ve got Jennifer Lawrence’s new shots for Dior, FKA Twigs taking Calvin Klein ads to a whole new level (we didn’t think that was possible either!) and many, many more campaigns to get you excited to ditch your winter wardrobe.

Jennifer Lawrence
Mario Sorrenti

Jennifer Lawrence just set the red carpet afire in a plunging, sheer Dior Haute Couture gown at this weekend’s Oscars, but in her spring ads for the brand, everything is toned way, way down. In the photo (shot by Mario Sorrenti) Lawrence lounges in a Parisian apartment wearing thick distressed fisherman sweaters, modeling the brand’s latest collection of top-handle bags.

FKA Twigs
David Sims

For her latest collaboration with Calvin Klein, FKA Twigs takes on a new role, directing and editing a film ad from an extension of her latest single release, “Good to Love.” It features a dance performance with Kaner Flex (which you can see below!) with both stars modeling key denim and underwear pieces, of course.

In an official release, Twigs explained the process of teaming up with the brand for something new: “I guess it’s kind of tongue in cheek, fun, sexy but still with the emotional ignition and openness that I always aim to achieve when I direct,” she says. “I wanted to make something that could feel artistically futuristic, tense, crucial, loaded, emotionally complicated but ultimately still include the seductive, free and young feel of Calvin Klein. All in all, it was an honor to direct an advert for such a prestigious brand let alone be in it too.”

In another “so obvious it’s amazing” partnership, Burberry just announced that Adele will exclusively wear Burberry throughout her “25” tour. And Monday night she kicked off her arena tour (featuring more than 100 stops!) in Belfast, Ireland wearing a custom silk gown with floral hand-embroidered sequins, designed by Burberry’s Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer himself, Christopher Bailey.

“It is a huge privilege to work with Adele,” Bailey said in a statement. “She is an incredible artist who I admire enormously for her approach to life, her sense of fun, her innate style and her massively powerful and moving voice and performance.”

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As everyone knows by now, Barbie got a major makeover in January. The dolls now come in more realistic body sizes including, curvy, tall and petite, and to celebrate the new looks Target knows they’re going to need some awesome new pieces for spring. Mattel and Target teamed up to outfit the new Barbies in mini versions of the store’s latest swimsuits.

The idea behind the new campaign is to promote the idea of “shaking off body insecurities” and “not letting anything get in the way of having fun” during swimsuit season (and it comes complete with a hashtag, #NOFOMO). All the Barbies model Target’s latest swimwear line, and although you can’t purchase the doll-size suits, you can snag one (or a few!) for yourself!

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And finally, your favorite style expert and TV host Louise Roe partnered with L.A.-based brand, AS by DF, to create a three-piece capsule collection just in time to liven up your springtime wardrobe. She designed an off-the-shoulder chambray dress, a silk cami and suede vest (all ranging from $143 to $475 and available to buy in specialty boutiques nationwide and

She tells PeopleStyle she wanted to merge her personal style with the brand’s aesthetic. “It was important for me to feel that the collection was cohesive. Chic, elegant, but cool and laid-back too,” says Roe. “We narrowed down a long list of garments to these three pieces. You wouldn’t wear them together, but they all compliment each other in your closet.”

What are you most excited to buy this spring? Which ad campaign is your favorite? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

— Colleen Kratofil