Jennifer Lawrence had a hilarious reaction when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her lighting ceremony at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York on Monday.
The 33-year-old Hunger Games star was giving a speech before unveiling Saks Fifth Avenue and Dior’s 2023 Carousel of Dreams window displays when her belt suddenly fell off and fell to the floor.
The Oscar-winning actress raised her hands to her face in shock and shouted, “I’m so sorry, that was so loud, my belt came off!” in a clip shared by Daily women’s clothing.
But like a true pro, the star, who stunned fans with a full-frontal nude scene in his latest film, quickly composed himself and continued his speech before revealing the windows.
The blonde bombshell looked chic as ever in a Dior outfit. She wore a stylish black coat over a white button-up shirt and a black belt around her waist.
Oops! Jennifer Lawrence had a hilarious reaction when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her lighting ceremony at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York on Monday
Yikes: The Hunger Games star, 33, was giving a speech before unveiling the Saks Fifth Avenue and Dior Carousel of Dreams holiday 2023 windows when her belt fell off
The belt in question: The blonde bombshell looked chic as ever in a Dior outfit, wearing a sleek black coat over a white button-up shirt and a black belt around her waist
She paired the outfit with a classy black headband that held back her blonde tresses.
The Silver Linings Playbook star accessorized with diamond earrings and a silver bracelet.
Following her wardrobe malfunction, the star happily posed with the incredibly festive and lavish window displays alongside Saks Fifth Avenue President Marc Metrick and Christian Dior CEO Delphine Arnault.
The light spectacle spanned the 10-story building and included in-store installations and 300,000 LED lights.
It was the first time the retailer had worked exclusively with a fashion brand for its annual Christmas window display.
The feat required “100 craftsmen, 10 months of planning and included designing and manufacturing objects in Italy” and “flying them to New York for installation,” as it is said Daily women’s clothing.
The windows featured signature Dior motifs, including the star, shamrock and zodiac signs, which were inspired by the Dior Cruise 2024 collection.
The windows will remain open until January 5th.
Funny: The actress raised her hands to her face in shock and shouted: “I’m so sorry, that was so loud, my belt came off!”
Like a pro: But like a true pro, she quickly collected herself and continued her speech before revealing the windows
Stylish: She paired the outfit with a classy black headband that held back her blonde tresses
Graceful: The star showed off her ensemble before a wardrobe mishap happened on stage
Dynamic trio: She posed with Saks Fifth Avenue president Marc Metrick and Christian Dior CEO Delphine Arnault
Elegant: Jennifer cut an elegant figure at the celebration
Holidays: She then posed in front of the festive window display
Beautiful: The light spectacle spanned the 10-story building and included in-store installations and 300,000 LED lights
Stay warm: The star stayed warm under a blanket
Perfect: She wore delicate bronze glamor for the occasion
The beauty enjoyed the spectacular light show
Fabulous: It was the first time the retailer worked exclusively with a fashion brand for its annual Christmas window display
Happy: The Dior store sparkled with numerous warm yellow lights
Freedom: The Statue of Liberty was featured in one of the windows, which will remain open until January 5th
Ambassador: Lawrence has been a Dior ambassador since 2012
Extravagance: The feat required “100 artisans, 10 months of planning, designing and manufacturing objects in Italy,” and “flying to New York for installation,” according to Women’s Wear Daily.
Fans: A crowd gathered to watch the unfurling of the lavish new exhibition
“This celebration takes place around Christmas, the unveiling of the Christmas windows around Rockefeller Center, and is a great gift to the city and the citizens of New York.” “It’s for Saks, it’s for New York and it’s for the USA . We hope it has a reach that goes beyond the city and finds some recognition among all of our customers in the United States,” said Charles Delapalme, CEO of Christian Dior Couture.
Lawrence has been a Dior ambassador since 2012.
This comes after it was revealed that Lawrence likely won’t be returning to The Hunger Games.
The star portrayed Katniss Everdeen in the first four films of the dystopian sci-fi film series, but producer Nina Jacobson says her return is contingent on author Suzanne Collins writing a new novel about her alter ego.
Jacobson told Yahoo Entertainment: “If Suzanne has something to say, she will write a book about it.”
“Honestly, as much as I love Katniss, I think her story is complete. And I think Suzanne feels her story is complete.”
She added: “But if that changes and Suzanne wants to say something and it involves Katniss, then I would be thrilled.”
“But really any chance to be back in this world and take the lead with Francis (Lawrence) and Suzanne, I would take it, no matter who it is.”
On Arrival: The beauty was pictured arriving to the event
Winter Wear: She paired her outfit with black high heel boots
Happy to be here: She beamed a radiant smile for the cameras
The franchise returned to the big screen this month with the prequel film The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and Jennifer expressed her hope that she could return earlier this year.
When asked by Variety about the prospect, the “No Hard Feelings” star replied, “Oh my God – absolutely!” If Katniss could ever come back into my life, it would 100 percent.
“My production partner just clutched her heart.”
Rachel Zegler plays the protagonist Lucy Gray Baird in the prequel and director Francis Lawrence explained that she is the “anti-Katniss”.
The filmmaker told Empire magazine: “Katniss was an introvert and a survivor.” She was quite quiet and stoic, you could almost say she was asexual. Lucy Gray is the opposite. She wears her sexuality openly, (and) she is truly a performer.”
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes hits theaters on November 17th.