‘multimillion Dior deal’


Jennifer Lawrence is apparently set to sign a multimillion deal with Dior.

The Hunger Games star has always had a good relationship with the French fashion house and is often spotted out in designs by creative director Raf Simons.

Now New York Post’s Page Six reports that Jennifer, 23, is gearing up to make a deal that is said to be worth between $15 and $20 million.

The actress became a spokesperson for Dior in 2012 and posed for a Miss Dior campaign last year.

“I was… struck by her incredible on-screen presence in these blockbuster films, but also… by her powerful interpretations of subtler, more rounded characters,” Raf previously gushed.

Jennifer has had some of her most memorable style moments wearing the brand.

She was wearing a long white gown by the label when she fell on her way up to collect her best actress Oscar for Silver Linings Playbook at the Academy Awards in 2013.

Jennifer was also dressed in Dior at the Screen Actors Guild Awards last year, where she exposed more than expected when the top half of the navy blue gown rode up.

The star also stunned at the Golden Globes this year when she wore a Dior Haute Couture number in white with black bands around the waist and thighs.

Despite the speculation, it’s thought no official deal has been finalised.

“There’s no signed deal, but Jennifer’s had a great relationship with Dior to date, and is open to the idea of continuing a partnership. But there’s no deal in place,” a source told the publication.

A further insider claimed Dior was hoping to become the only brand that dresses Jennifer on the red carpet, effectively shutting out other designers.

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