An unexpected surprise! Since Jennifer Lawrence has taken a break from the spotlight over the past couple of years, fans were excited to see her step out at this year's Paris Fashion Week.
On July 5, the actress was spotted leaving the Costes Hotel to attend the Dior Fall 2021 Haute Couture show, so of course, she had to dress the part!
Scroll down to see what the Hunger Games star wore to the exclusive event.
Flanked by two suit-clad bodyguards, the gorgeous Hollywood star made her way to the car in a white and black short-sleeved midi dress that featured black buttons down the center and a polka-dot design.
Lawrence added a pair of black slingback pumps, a classic Dior handbag and octagonal sunglasses.
Another snap of Lawrence perfectly showcased her signature long blonde locks, as well as the diamond ring husband Cooke Maroney proposed with in 2019.
According to PEOPLE, the bling is an emerald-cut stone that sits on a thin gold band, and it was designed by jeweler Alison Lou.
That October, Lawrence and the art gallery dealer tied the knot in Newport, Rhode Island — and she even wore a Dior gown for the big day!
The Oscar winner made it clear that she's a fan of the fashion house by adding a logo belt buckle to her ensemble.
Once she arrived to the show, the Silver Linings Playbook alum reportedly sat in the front row. She was accompanied by celebs like Jessica Chastain, Florence Pugh and Cara Delevingne.
Lawrence has been working with Dior for nearly a decade.
This year's event in Paris featured embroidered panels on the runway. "In my work, I like to create a feeling of tension between the size of the work and the wealth of detail. I like to work on monumental things with a degree of precision that is close almost to miniature," artist Eva Jospin explained to WWD. "Embroidery gives you the same sense of loss of scale, so it works incredibly well."
Fans can expect to see Lawrence return to the big screen soon enough, as her flick alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Don't Look Up, is expected to release on Netflix sometime this year.